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    I've just acquired a scanner so I decided to upload some photos from a big mountain in Alaska.

    Denali
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    Awesome pictures! I especially like #9.
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    Nice stuff... for some reason they make it look deceivingly pleasant there and the mountains easy to climb. However, I'm sure that's not entirely the case.
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    Very cool images! Thanks for posting. Alaska is at the top of my list ( in late summer )

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    Fantastic shots Bill. The ones of Hunter and Foraker are spectacular! Can't imagine what it must have been like in person.
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    One cannot conceive of grander burial than that which mighty mountains bend, crack and shatter to make. Or a nobler tomb than the great upper basin of Denali. -Hudson Stuck, archdeacon, climber (1865-1920)
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    I popped out of the tent early in the morning saw Foraker and snapped that shot with a simple Olympus point and shoot (pre-digital). I was just lucky, but it turned out great.

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    Fantastic picture bill. Thans for sharing.

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    very nice thanks bill
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    Awesome shots. Looks like you had a great time.
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