Love it or hate it, Salt Lake City can still pull off a spectacular sunset and skyline image with the buildings of this rather small city bounded by the Wasatch Mountains in the north and on the east. Its west side opens up immediately to the Great Salt Lake and a vast desert of salt, sage, and dust. Its pollution has been blamed for the awesome colors in the sky in the past, which are normally worse in January and February. At any rate, the air seems to clear out during the rest of the year. I was driving home this evening and caught the last image in this series, over the Great Salt Lake. There is no post-processing in this image. No increase in saturation or change in exposure. It was shot at f4.0 around 1/60 of a second on a Canon 5D Mark II with a 70-200 mm lens (still works just fine!). I hope you enjoy some of the skyline pictures of the place that I call home.
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