Mt. Katadhin - Maine

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  1. complexity

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    Has anyone ever seen Mt. Katahdin before or better yet climbed it?

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    Wow, what a gorgeous place! Looks so serene! Where is this place?

    Good job capturing it. Personally, I prefer more sky in shots such as the second and the last (ie. 2/3 of the image is sky), but you got some really nice reflections!
     
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    Seen it? Hell yes, plenty of times. Climbed it? Fo' sho'. My brother just climbed it a couple times this past week actually. The third shot in your series is my personal favorite.
     
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    wow nice mountain love it..
     
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    Thanks for the feedback!

    These were taken in Northern Maine, Mt. Katahdin is the highest Mountain in the state.
     
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    Northern? Eh, I'd lean more towards Western. Well, that's me speaking from Bangor, so maybe relative to you it's pretty far North. Baxter is a great place to shoot though, that's for sure.
     

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