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Hiked all of 50 meters for this shot of the tallest mountain in the Rockies

 
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Feb 07, 2019 19:40 |  #1

Was really hoping for some sunrise burst of colors, but that wasn't to be. Played hide and seek all morning instead!



Still totally, totally worth it!


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Feb 08, 2019 22:42 |  #2

From what I understand, based on what I've heard, it can sometimes get foggy in that area. :-D

I enjoyed the video and photos and admire your patience.


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Feb 09, 2019 15:41 |  #3

Tedder wrote in post #18807538 (external link)
From what I understand, based on what I've heard, it can sometimes get foggy in that area. :-D

I enjoyed the video and photos and admire your patience.

Fog? What, no fog there! ߘ

Thanks for the kind words. Sometimes waiting around in stunning places is the best part !


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