This is another great example of f/8 & Be There! I was driving back from Lovell, Wyoming to Cody, watching the Sun dance in the clouds of a late summer evening. There was a bit of smoke in the air from distant forest fires and as the Sun began to set, it was casting spectacular beams of light through the clouds. These are scientifically known as crepuscular rays. Some people call them "god rays." I paced my speed so as to place the Sun behind Heart Mountain after it set and got some superb shots of this dead cottonwood tree in the foreground. Then I moved a bit further down the road to place the sunset off to the left of Heart and continued to shoot. I had to play around with Photoshop to get the tree to show up, but it worked. Always be ready to take the picture when it happens; that's how you get great photos.
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