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Late season hikes on Enderby Cliffs can be unpredictable. On this day we were in snow, fog, sun, mud, wet, cold, and more, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not breathtaking and majestic. The fog added mystery and grandeur compared to other photos I’d taken there, and somehow a depth. The people created perspective and good company.

Shot with a Nikon Coolpix A, 28mm. Oct. 15, 2017.

Cliff hanger

Hikers on the Cliffs

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