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Mount Pitt from the Northwest # 2606

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Date: 2002.05
Vantage Point: From Wolverine Pass

Caption: Pitt from the northwest. The northeast ridge is the obvious knife-edge. South Tuwasus Creek at bottom left.

PhotoDescr: Taken on day three of a six-day ski traverse of the McBride Range. This picture always reminds me of the way swirling clouds always have a nice habit of framing peaks and making them appear more rugged.

I had mistakenly brought 400 film on this trip and would-be spectacular pictures turned out quite horribly.

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