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Photographers Choice

A photographer takes a picture of another photographer who's taking a picture of said photographer. It must be a cool place.
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Carpathian Peak Panorama

The highest, most iconic mountain of the region. Blackstone Bay and Prince William Sound lie on the other side. There are many shots of Carpathian Peak from this angle, but they are all taken from the road. This one is not.
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Glistening Creek

Sunlight shimmers on the water after it emerges from a dark canyon.
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Voggy Sunset

The sun drops out of the Vog just in time for the sunset cruise passing underneath.
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Crevasse Field 1

These enormous crevasses here are large enough to drop houses into.
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Edge of Kolob

The edge of the Kolob Terrace where it drops away to Smith Mesa
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Blackstone Bay

After spending 6 hours hiking to and climbing up the Burns Glacier, the view of Blackstone Bay, after crossing the pass, was breathtaking. Very few people have ever seen it in summer.
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The Boat Shack

This really cool painting on a covered slip perfectly matches the boat that is docked behind it. I think the tide was not quit right to line it up with the grounded boardwalk where the best viewpoint is, but it's super close. Notice that even the pole on the left side of the paining can be seen behind the roof. There is another boat in the covered slip.
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Peruvian Glacier 2

This view shows a very nice piece of property near the glacier.
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Bouncing Shadows

A hiker navigates unsteady footing while shadows dance across the canyon walls in the breeze.
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Insignificance Bestowed

It's impossible to describe the immense size of Denali. It's taller then Mt. Everest from bottom to top and also one of the most massive mountains on Earth. The foothills you see here would be regular sized mountains in most places on the continent.

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