On our western driving sojourn, we spent time in the quaint town of Pinedale, Wyoming, which is the gateway to the picturesque Wind River Range. The Winds stretches for more than a hundred miles with 35 peaks over 13,000 feet in elevation. Yes, a nature photographer can truly get lost in time here. It was fun chasing the sweet morning and evening light. In this image, I was attracted to the last rose-colored rays of light kissing the mountains. The scene kept unveiling new, beckoning wonders that had me keeping the camera to my eye shooting. This final capture was its ending tease! A fitting tribute to a fine day of photographing and revealing in the peaceful, majestic Wind River Range. We will definitely be back!
Technical notes: Nikon D850 camera, Nikon 70-200mm f4 @f8, +0.3 exposure compensation.