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Cloud-capped mountains
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The cloud-capped peaks of the mountains are revealed, sometimes, due to the strong winds that move the low-altitude clouds. Beyond them, the sky is covered by a stationary ceiling of high-altitude clouds. The sun sends its rays to the earth, but these lose their way, crossing through the clouds layers. Thus, heaven receives the sun’s light, but the earth remains in the dark.
The image was created with a Nikon D40X camera andNikon 55-200mm VR AF-S f/4-5.6G ED lens using these settings: exposure time – 1/200 seconds, focal length – 200mm, ISO – 100, F- number – 5,6.

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