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November 24, 2013

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I enjoyed this. I can relate to the experience of wonder and just gazing, and the time of reflection called forth by the beauty. I was surprised, too, since I had a similar experience the same day you posted this, only instead of mountains and pools I was served the snow, trees, and sunlight through late dried leaves of my part of the world. I love the photos, and agree that they cannot do justice to what our eyes can behold.

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