I wanted to get a photo of the Sun setting behind Pilot Peak, and on 7/24/21 that would have to be from Bald Ridge, overlooking the gorge of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone. A forest service road leads off of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway out onto Bald Ridge, but a spur road to the point where I wanted to take my photo had been closed. So, I backtracked to a spot I could walk to where I had taken pictures before and set up for the sunset. The smoke from west coast fires was thick that evening and the streaks made the Sun look almost like Jupiter or Saturn. The Sun is sliding down the side of Sugar Loaf Mountain with Pilot & Index Peaks on the far horizon.
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