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Sunrise Selfie at Salvation Mountain
California

I guess this one's a selfie too because there was nowhere to hide when the sun came up. 

What I particularly like about this image is that you can see the area as it was somewhat before Knight placed the mountain there. It makes me wonder how he came to envision fabricating it at that spot. 

Also, I think it's cool that you can see Slab City in the distance. It's also cool that the mountain sort of looks like a Bhuddist stupa (sans prayer flags) from this POV.

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Uploaded: 21/03/2014
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