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October 26, 2014

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Muggs Ferguson

Joe,

I so enjoy your posts!
Last weekend my wife and I were camping in the
"Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania" @ Leonard Harrison SP. I had gotten up early to catch the fog that sometimes settles in the valley between the two "mountains". It was completely overcast and a bit rainy, but out the tent I went to see what I could see. As the temperature had dropped during the night I thought that I would at least find some low lying fog, and I wasn't disappointed. However while shooting the fog between the mountains the sun broke through to illuminate the mountain across the canyon from me with the added benefit of a beautiful rainbow! It lasted (according to my EXIF data) 2 minutes!!! I almost didn't get out of my sleeping bag. Luck certainly does favor the prepared!

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