Enjoying the Sun and the View

This is the last false peak before Mount Magnificent. I was trying to hurry and get to Magnificent before the clouds would rise and sock me in. It was almost a year ago since I took the pano from the top of Magnificent in the clouds and I was hoping to get up there and get a view without too many clouds.

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