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Tetons with Alpenglow by Raymond Salani III. Alpenglow (from German: Alpengl�hen) is an optical phenomenon in which a horizontal red glowing band... more
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Tetons with Alpenglow by Raymond Salani III. Alpenglow (from German: Alpengl�hen) is an optical phenomenon in which a horizontal red glowing band is observed on the horizon opposite to the sun. This effect occurs when the Sun is just below the horizon. Alpenglow is easiest to observe when mountains are illuminated. Since the Sun is below the horizon, there is no direct path for the light to reach the mountain. Instead, light reflects off airborne snow, water, or ice particles low in the atmosphere. These conditions differentiate between a normal sunrise or sunset and alpenglow.
Although the term may be loosely applied to any sunrise or sunset light seen on the mountains, true alpenglow is not direct sunlight and is only observed after sunset or before sunrise.
Raymond Salani III lives in Monmouth County in New Jersey. When it comes to photography he considers himself a Landscape and Waterscape Artist. He focuses most of his attention to the Appalachian Trail, the parks in Monmouth County, New Jersey and the great west in particular Grand Teton National Park. He also enjoys taking photographs of wildlife and nature. Raymond Salani III has won several awards for his photography including: Published 1X photographer and many theme winner, winning the Home and Garden competition at the Monmouth County Fair, he was a published photographer in the book The Real Jersey Shore, he was the Runner Up of 32,301 photographs in the Pediment Books Capture Jersey Shore contest, Capture Jersey Shore Sunset...
Gary F Richards
Awesome mountain range scene pano, excellent composition, lighting, shading and beautiful artwork! f/l Voted for this piece in the contest PANORAMIC MOUNTAINS!
Congratulations your beautiful work is being featured in The World We See Group :-)
Congratulations on your Feature in 1 Weekly ALL Stars!...L
Beautiful work Raymond! Congratulations on your Feature in ALL Stars! L/F/Tw
Beautiful capture, Raymond. Congratulations on your Feature in ALL Stars. F/L (warm regards from the Desert.)
.....and what marvelous light it is. Great shot, Raymond. - Mike (V)
Gabriella Weninger - David
Oh my goodness, what a panorama... GORGEOUS work Reymond!
Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"
Gorgeous capture! f/l