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It was a moment for reflection before sunrise, but I just reflected on that. As if the fog made sound denser, it keep it down; even the high pitch sounds of chatter from passing-by climbers seemed to crawl into the ground, inside the trail. An inner voice kept asking if I should use fill-flash for the rock. Numb from the humid cold, my brain did not reply with any action command, but I managed to smile while shooting simultaneously when the first light caressed the chosen foreground so subtly. Behind, Flat Irons remained cozily under its blankets of fog, like if waiting until I was done to come out. So I thank them.
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Camera: Nikon F5 on Gitzo G1227 with Markins M10 ballhead, TB-20 base plate
Lens & Filters: 17-35mm f/2.8D ED AF-S Zoom Nikkor with Cokin 666 Gradual-Fluo Blue 1 Color filter
ISO: Kodak Ektachrome E100VS at rated ISO 100
Aperture: f/18
Shutter speed: Unrecorded
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