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Panoramic view of Calgary on Thanksgiving weekend just when the sun disappeared over the Rocky Mountains to the west. The warm glow filtered over the entire scene of this East-facing view on a brisk autumn evening. Shot with a Nikon D810, 70-200 lens at 200mm, stitched panorama, f13 at 2 seconds each. Native resolution is almost 30,000 pixels wide by 6,000 pixels high, making a 650MB, 16-bit raw file. Crazy good detail, but doubt the website does this image justice.

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