Yesterday afternoon I had to run up Mount Lemmon to take care of some business, and on the way down I was treated to the Sun setting behind Thimble Peak. Fortunately, if I have learned one thing from my friend Paul, it is to take the camera along on these types of outings. Image below was taken at 5:19 PM (on November 22nd) with an exposure of 1/500 of a second at f/10 with an ISO of 100. I was using my Canon T2i and an EFS 15-85mm zoom lens, although I am not sure of the exact zoom setting...I am guessing it was in the neighborhood of 50-60mm.
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Just to the left of Thimble Peak, you can see Kitt Peak National Observatory which is the flat top mountain in the distance. Below is a crop of the peak at full resolution.