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I had planned to shoot the mountain reflecting in the lagoon by moonlight. Aware that it would prove hard to compose at night, I secured my composition after finishing the sunset shoot and left the tripod there, hoping nothing would happen to it. When I woke up at 2 am, it was still there. The new problem was, the moon was covered by clouds, which destroyed my plan to shoot a ‘lunar alpenglow’. After an hour or so the moon rose above the clouds and lit the mountain, reflecting in the lagoon. I’m quite happy with the result, it was definitely worth the hardship!
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Canon 16-35 f/2.8L
Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Patagonia, Argentina
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If you plan to visit Iceland anytime soon, make sure you include Vestrahorn in your itinerary. Just 5km in from the main road, home to a one of a kind mountain, golden hills, and a reflection to die for! Oh and if you get lucky, might catch it partially frozen! Cheers!
**Best Viewed on black, thanks for looking!**
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