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alpenglow

[′al·pən‚glō]
(meteorology)
A reappearance of sunset colors on a mountain summit after the original mountain colors have faded into shadow; also, a similar phenomenon preceding the regular coloration at sunrise.
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Caption: Above: Alpenglow from a passing storm paints Bubbs Creek in a roseate glow for a few ephemeral minutes; below right: Second view of Whitney from the West; below right: Guitar Lake campsite
Alpenglow Rail was established by former OmniTRAX executives Rich Montgomery, Darcy Brede, Henning von Kalm and Josh Huster.
The transaction is the first for Alpenglow Rail, which is backed by private equity firm Stonecourt Capital.
Alpenglow Rail is focused on short line rail businesses and related transportation assets.
And after ten years of wandering and wondering in the heart of it,'' he wrote in "The Yosemite,'' "rejoicing in its glorious floods of light, the white beams of the morning streaming through the passes, the noonday radiance on the crystal rocks, the flush of the alpenglow, and the irised sprays of countless waterfalls, it still seems above all others the Range of Light.
There is a small group of renegade Sherpa from peripheral teams who are threatening violence towards anyone who chooses to stay and climb," wrote Monica Piris of Alpenglow Expeditions.
Above stands a feature called the West Shoulder that can shed avalanches on a "pretty regular basis", said Ballinger, who works for Alpenglow Expeditions and was preparing to depart for Nepal.
The sun is now cresting to the east and alpenglow illuminates the faces of my fellow warriors.
Alpenglow Sound Studios, William Thomas Simpkins, 1230 Kenoyer Drive, Bellingham, WA 98229.
The alpenglow over the 320 peaks was an ideal way to begin my night on the mountain.
Other photos include Francis Frith's 1858 print of The Pyramids of Dahshur, Egypt and Ansel Adams' lyrical image of alpenglow in the Sierra Nevadas in his 1942 Winter Sunrise.