Light on Mountain

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  1. John E.

    John E. TPF Noob!

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    Was such a nice saturday I drove 300+ kilometers taking in the views

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  2. lostprophet

    lostprophet No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Love #2 fantastic shot

    and #3 the way the smoke breaks up the picture is great
     
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    i agree ^^, great shots john!
     
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    How wonderful ... what produced all the fog in the valley? So dense! And then all the sunlight on the mountain, lighting up the trees in their autumn glory. I am not surprised you drove around and enjoyed and enjoyed the views. I am very happy, too, that you decided to share them with us. I'm much enjoying them now, too. :D
     
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    It is an amazing set of circumstances come together and a nice capture.
     
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    very nice series, love the highlights of the trees' fall color. I can see the mill's working hard provding interesting element to your photos.
     
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    Thanks so much all, I appreaciate the comments:)

    Trail has a large smelter where ore (lead mostly) is processed from all over North America, the smoke stack is one of many.
     

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