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One of the most anticipated backpacking trips of the year happened, and it was backpacking High Sierra Trail in Sequoia National Park. I am very proud that it was a full 9 days/8 nights excursion in the wilderness, with no resupplies. We arrived at Bearpaw Campground after a long day of hiking through the amazing western part of the Great Continental Divide in Sequoia. After a quick supper, we enjoyed ourselves at this edge of the slabs of rocks watching this exquisitely glowing Divide, accompanied by a few puffs of clouds, equally glowing in beautiful orange. It became one of the unforgettable highlights of the trip.

Sequoia National Park, CA

  • Canon EOS 5D Mark III
  • Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM
  • 25mm / 6.0 sec at ƒ/11 / ISO 200
  • Taken 8/12/2016

© 2016 H Peter Ji


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