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White Mountain Peak, 08/09/15

 
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2015 8:14 am    Post subject: White Mountain Peak, 08/09/15  Reply with quote

I've been meaning to use White Mountain Peak as a training hike for Mt. Whitney for a couple of years, but the timing has never worked out. I finally headed up there a few days ago:
 White Mountain Peak, 08/09/15  

Some highlights. Clicking any of the photos will bring you to the full galleries (~55 photos total)
Sunset a few hours before we started our hike:
 

Sunrise from the peak:
   

My favorite shot from the trip:
   

Looking back towards the trailhead:
   

Frost? on my camera case:
 

White Mountain Peak's shadow:
 



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