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Alpine Lake

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 2nd Place  entry from Nature Scenes (S3-19-E)

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View looking across the Blue Mountain lake towards the Crystal Peaks. This is part of the region for my Frontier City Journal. Though this was an awesome image the lake shore looking towards the mountains.

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