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                   Thursday, October 30, 2008 - 4:19PM

New River Gorge - Fayette Station & Endless Wall

By DAN ROBINSON
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Clear skies this morning, so I headed up to the Gorge for a couple of hours. Colors are almost done for the year, so I have to take what I can get while it lasts. I got at least one nice pano from Endless Wall, from the edge of a 125-foot cliff. The single frames here can't convey the depth of that vantage point. Probably more dangerous than any storm chase I've ever been on. Including the one from today, I have several panoramas to assemble from recent weeks that will show up here once things slow down.


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