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The View Southwest from Fenn Mt.

 
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The View Southwest from Fenn Mt.
Looking down the southwest ridge of Fenn Mountain from its summit. The high point is unnamed peak 7,623. Filling the cirque below that point are the westernmost of the South Three Link Lakes and its large satelite pond, both of which are still largely ice covered in August. The middle South Three Links Lake is visible in the lower cirque to the left. Jesse Pass is above and to the right of the upper lake. Gedney Mountain is at the upper right and the large canyon beyond is the Selway River. August 2008

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KieferThis is a great...

Kiefer

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all encompassing picture! Some awesome detail and color.
Good shot!
Posted Apr 2, 2009 12:51 am

mrhRe: This is a great...

mrh

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Thank you. Since I'm a lousy photographer, my method is to take a ton of pictures, then a small handful work out by chance.
Posted Apr 2, 2009 11:46 am

andrewduckWow

andrewduck

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Very nice shot from Fenn. What time in August is this?
Posted Apr 9, 2009 9:03 pm

mrhRe: Wow

mrh

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Thanks. It was August 1st.
Posted Apr 10, 2009 10:56 am

david stewartNice

david  stewart

Voted 10/10

Great shot, i
really enjoy hiking that area. I havnt managed to get to the top of Fenn yet.
Posted Aug 30, 2010 11:45 am

mrhRe: Nice

mrh

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Thanks. Getting up Fenn isn't too difficult, but its not the easiest mountain to get into.
Posted Aug 31, 2010 7:07 pm

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