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Summit Panorama

The summit was windy and I didn't have long to take photos before we wanted to get to an area that was sheltered from the wind. As such, the panorama I was hoping to post (which was taken with my 50mm lens) didn't turn out because I didn't take enough time changing the settings on my camera. But this one (taken with my 24mm lens) turned out pretty good.

The summit was windy and I didn't have long to take photos before we wanted to get to an area that was sheltered from the wind. As such, the panorama I was hoping to post (which was taken with my 50mm lens) didn't turn out because I didn't take enough time changing the settings on my camera. But this one (taken with my 24mm lens) turned out pretty good.

Summit Panorama

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7.43 mi 4.4 hrs 11,329 ft 2,497 ft
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