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"We reached a section of the trail that is impassible during high tide, so we decided to set up camp here for the night.
The campsite was on a slope, but waking up to this view was worth sacrificing sleep. We drank our morning coffee at the edge of the cliff, while watching the sunrise and listening to the sea lions talk."
Another long-exposure campspot beauty, this time from Abraham Lake in Canada.
Sometimes, traces of civilization can become impressive scenery out in the distance from an exposed camp spot.
Tentview en route to Iva Bell Hotsprings in the John Muir Wilderness.