MOUNTAINS & LAKE

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  1. WexWeb

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    The view was well worth the hike.

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    Beautiful shot! Colors are just gorgeous!

    HDR?
     
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    The bottom 2/3's are beautiful, the top third however, is killing it for me. (meaning the clouds look like a fried HDR. Just my opinion).
     
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    I'm with "Big". The sky looks all "wrong" to me.
    But yes, that view WAS worth the hike, I am sure!
     
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    I would take the hike twice for that view.
    Nice shot, I love the rock and trees in the foreground helping with the depth of the shot.
     
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    Hey thanks for the comments - appreciate the feedback. The Adirondacks region is a photographer's dream and this view from Castle Rock never disappoints.
     

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