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Mountain Painting

Spend the last 2 days at Paradice Inn before it closed for the winter in 2012, the road to Reflection Lake was closed and a 2 mile hike in the dark with the bears being active did not seem like a good idea, so decided to shoot sunrise a short distance from the lodge at Edith Creek. Had hope the creek would have had a little water but like the fact the huckleberry bushes were turning red color on the hill side, this along with high level cloud that turned a wonderful pink color made for a nice composition. I have printed this picture as a large print an it looks more like a painting than a photograph hence the title.

TAGS: Light, Mountains, National Park, United States, Washington, Water

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West Sacramento, California, United States of America
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2012
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