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Peak North of Pepper Peak
Alaska

This is from the peak north of Pepper Peak. Pepper peak can be seen in the clouds to the south. The clouds were moving quickly which adds difficulty to stitching panos, but makes for interesting views. The Twin Peaks are barely visible through the clouds. I did not take a pano on top of Pepper Peak because the clouds socked in and there was about 20 to 30 feet of visibility.

Copyright: Scott Harper
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12652x6326
Taken: 12/08/2012
Uploaded: 19/08/2012
Updated: 02/04/2015
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Tags: nature; mountain; alaska; chugach; eklutna lake; alpine; twin peaks; palmer; clouds; pepper peak; 2012-08-12
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