Pioneer Mountains, Idaho, USA by Paul Flatt

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On the last day of a a 3 day hike in the Pioneer Mountains of Idaho I had packed up my gear and was walking back to the trail head. The sun was low in the horizon and behind a mountain ridge as I made my way along the trail. I rounded a curve in the trail and before me was this spectacular site of sunshine on the trees but not the talus slope behind. It was dazzling. However, on this trip I had mistakenly packed my 50mm lens rather than my wide angle zoom. So the 50mm lens was all I had to capture the bright white trees against the talus slope.

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