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"After everyone went off to their tents nestled in the trees, Patches and I talked for a while as we watched the sun sink behind a black silhouette of mountains set in front of a flaming sky that slowly dimmed to darkness.
Venus and Jupiter were the first to pierce the fresh pallet of dark blue, and moments later the sky became silver with stars.
I spotted the constellations - Leo and Virgo - which happened to be mine and Patches's astrological signs - a magical way to end the day."
Jason and his wife had to do some long distance hiking in cold windy conditions to get to this lunar-esque landscape on the Laugavegur Trail.
Jamy won our campfire photo contest this past winter and he recently captured this beautiful camp spot on the La Disable River in Mont Tremblant National Park.
An intense tentview staring straight up at Colonial Glacier in the North Cascades.