This was very early in the morning during my June Alaska bear photo tour.
Not only did this location have some of the best lupine, but it almost always had at least one bear – except of course for this morning! 🙂 It is still a pretty spot even without a bear feeding in the meadow – maybe next year we will see it all!
Details: Canon 5D II, tripod with 24-105 lens at 40, ISO 100, f/16 and 1/6th of a second. I believe I used a two stop graduated neutral density filter.