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I was out on the Loket Tributary to the Black Rapids Glacier in the Alaska Range on September 3, 2014. About 6 inches to a foot of fresh snow helped make for some stunning contrast against the rock and sky. Unfortunately, It won't be safe to return until the snow is solid enough to support body weight over crevasses and moulins. This was the nicest day I've had out there this year!
Nikon D7000 | Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 EX lens | f/11.0 | shutter speeds 1/160 - 1/320 (aperture priority mode) | Exposure Bias -1/3 EV | ISO 200
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