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View over White Granite Boulders and Sages and Grasses past Alabama Hills formations to Mt Whitney Peaks
This 7-frame focus stacked image is lovely—the detail and color and the rendering of the desert inand the color combinations and shadowing and lighting and contrasting colors of oranges and blues are just great. I love the way I can use the 50/3.5 for focus stacking.
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