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Fremont Peak

Fremont Peak

Lady of the Evening
© Miles Hecker

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SEASONS

Just past Fremont Lake overlook is Fremont Peak overlook. Fremont Peak on the continental divide and some 12 miles distant, glows beckoningly just before sunset in the late summer and early fall. Named for American explorer John C. Fremont who climbed the peak with Charles Preuss and Johnny Janisse on August 13 to August 15, 1842. This paved road is open all year long, but the area is most photogenic in late summer or early fall.

TIMES

The hour just before sunset, on a partly cloudy day is the best time for this shot.The shot above was taken at the equivalent of a 70mm focal length lens on a full frame camera.

LENS & FILTERS

LENS: 28-70 mm on a full frame camera or a 17-55mm on a crop sensor camera

 

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Concepts: Focal length, Photographic lens, Photography, Fremont County, Wyoming, John C. Frémont, English-language films, Length, Lens

Entities: focal length, Fremont Peak, Fremont Lake, Miles Hecker, John C. Fremont, Charles Preuss, Johnny Janisse

Tags: Fremont Peak, Fremont Peak overlook, Fremont Lake overlook, early fall, late summer, John C. Fremont, focal length lens, continental divide, Charles Preuss, paved road, Johnny Janisse