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Mount Rushmore is indeed a spectacular sight. And, like everyone else that was there viewing it, I began taking pictures of it. The same views that were on post...
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Mount Rushmore is indeed a spectacular sight. And, like everyone else that was there viewing it, I began taking pictures of it. The same views that were on postcards in the shop. I inspected all four faces as well as details of the individual's. I even stretch myself and shot the eyes, nostrals, ears, etc. But, as wonderful as the carved statues were I grew anxious to discover something else. I noticed to the right of the formation about eight hundred yards, well beyond the faces a slow moving large cloud formation that made the ridge's edge a silhouette making trees noticed that popped-up from the rock outcropping. The trees have been there year-after-year playing second fiddle to the faces. Unlike the faces though, the trees struggled to grow out of the cracks of the rock, and stood there as a testament of great Companions.
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Black And White Mountain Peaks Photo ContestTop 20 class
Black And White Mountain Peaks Photo ContestTop 20 class week 2
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Mountains in Black and White Photo ContestTop 30 class
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Mountains in Black and White Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1
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Joey_Howard
 
Joey_Howard April 16, 2014
Nice B&W. Love the tree growing on the edge of the cliff.