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A little bit slow to load but pretty breath taking:
Half Dome Panorama.

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Utterly astounding!

I went hunging around for climbers but could only find the two sleeping blokes and the sheik.
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Wow!

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Absolutely wow!
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Way too close to the edge for me! I had to back away from my computer. And did you happen to notice the file name? Diving Board????!!
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Correct me if I'm wrong, because I've never actually been there, but this seems to be Yosemity NP. There's a small rock jutting out from the cliff, roughly the size of a diving board (hence the name). Friend of mine once showed me a photo of him standing on the diving board... :blink:
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