What a face!

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  1. ccd333

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    This is a good portion of the east face of Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. Part of the face is also known as "The Diamond", a section of sheer wall over 1500 feet. I took this shot this morning from the Chasm Lake Trail.

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    Wow!
     
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    very nice! I wish I was there.
     
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    Cool photo. Would have been a nice panorama.
    I am in Maine but taking a cross-country trip this summer; can't wait to see (and photograph) the Rockies.
     
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    Your photos are always awesome. I'd love it if you went back and took a picture at that river again in spring. :lovey:
     
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    That sure is a craggy face! :mrgreen:


    Nice. It makes me want to take up mountain climbing again!
     
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    Thanks, everyone. Elsaspet....do you mean the one right near the bank with snowy rocks in the foreground?
     

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