Misty Morning, New Meadows, Idaho

February 27, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

This past summer we were able to spend a few days in the mountains in central Idaho, at New Meadows, which is near McCall. The mountains are, for me, one of my favorite places and I always feel refreshed after some time in the clean, clear air, breathing in the smell of pine trees. I enjoy the mornings, when the air is particularly crisp and clear, even in the summer. There's something about being in the mountains that waking up early isn't as much of a chore, but something to be looked forward to, especially with a nice big mug of hot chocolate!

While in New Meadows we rented a beautiful cabin and got together with family, some of whom we had not seen for quite some time. One morning I woke up early and made the below image while there was still some morning mist in the valley:

New Meadows Idaho panorama-1New Meadows Idaho panorama-1

It's actually a panorama, three images stitched together.

EXIF Data

Shutter Speed: 1/160s

Aperture: F11

Focal Length: 70mm

Lens: Canon EF70-200mm f/4L

ISO: 125


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