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    That is an amazing picture! Thanks for the tip!


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    Quote Originally Posted by NFRs2000NYC View Post
    I always also recommend Long Canyon for sunset....easy trail, just bust out a chair and wait...the view is simply stunning.

    On a clear night, you can see forever, past the canyons, to the snow capped mountains!

    Wow! Awesome pic man!

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