Hazy layers in the Sierra Nevada foothills of California. One January day I took a drive just a few miles from my house. I stopped to photograph the hazy layers over the hills as the sun set. Not sure if it's smoke, fog, or pollution, or a combination of all three. It made interesting layers in the hills as they disappeared into the distance. I used a focal length of 95 to help separate some of the hills from the rest of the scene.
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