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When a photographer reveals a side of yourself that you didnt know existed, you know the artistic connection is something special. Photographer Ira Musty and I spent 6 hours climbing to the top of a mountain in Vermont in order to capture this photo. We are up about 3,000 feet on Mount Pisgah, its early spring and in the background is actually Canada. Entered by Hannah Stanton-Gockel1 Submitted on 2016-05-07 Views:3165