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Golden Hinde and other big peaks from northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor # 18018

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Date: 2015.08.26
Vantage Point: From a northern subpeak of Mount Tom Taylor, looking northwest

Caption: Golden Hinde at right, with Mount Burman hard to discern in front and to the left. The Behinde is to the left of that, with Rambler Peak visible to the left behind that. Mount Colonel Foster is the prominent pyramid at the left, with Puzzle Mountain behind and to the left.

PhotoDescr: Taken on a three day trip to the Bedwell Lake area. The famous "big" peaks of Strathcona are easily spotted from the slopes of Tom Taylor, though Colonel Foster looks a bit more tame than expected from this angle. Surprisingly the Elkhorn was not visible, though it must be hidden behind something else.

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