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"After we set up camp, my Dad and I went for a little hike to see if we could find a view of Mt. Baker that wasn't obstructed by clouds.
When we got back to camp the sun was just setting and a layer of clouds had rolled in below us, giving us that whole above the clouds feeling!"
-Jessica Dales @jtdales
Another long-exposure campspot beauty, this time from Abraham Lake in Canada.
Darren Pearson is a multi-talented artist, and one of those talents is in light-writing. One of his latest creations was made while camping out in Yosemite National Park. This was a 450 second exposure with each character taking between 1-2 minutes to illustrate.
While all alone on Redfish Lake, Vincent positioned his tent just right to grab a perfect view of the Sawtooth Mountain Range.