October Evening at Colchuck Lake

October Evening at Colchuck Lake

October Evening at Colchuck Lake

To my surprise, I won the Enchantments lottery Core Pass in 2018. The first day, we hiked to Colchuck Lake and set up camp. The next day, we explored the lake area and found this cool hill which overlooked the lake flanked by Dragontail Peak at center and Aasgard Pass just to the right, below. The night before, snow covered the upper areas which gave the mountains quite interesting contrast. As I set up my piXplorer panoramic assistant (robot), the sun began to set and the colors hit the clouds. My favorite aspect of this image is clouds/fog rolling up and over towards the lake.

  • Camera  Nikon D850
  • Lens Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art @ 50mm
  • Number of shots 36
  • Megapixels 1188
Regular price $4,880.00
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The TruView TruLife print is truely the top of the line when it comes to wall prints. The glass surface is highly scratch-resistant, is static-free, and dramatically removes distracting reflections. This glass protects the archive-quality print below and lets it shine through. The print mounts to the wall using an aluminum sub-frame that floats the surface 3/4" off the wall for prentation depth.

Compared to Metal Wall Print: +thicker +less reflections +no static +archival

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These rigid glossy prints are factory-coated with a white base layer. The photograph is first printed with inks then layed over the metal print and pressed together at high temperature. When the ink heats up, it becomes a gas and transfers off the paper and into the surface of the metal print giving it weather resistance and longevity.

Compared to Acrylic Wall Prints: +lighter +heat-resistant +can be more vibrant due to no glass

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