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After two days spent in the rain the weather finally gave way to what is certainly the most amazing day I've experienced atop the Drakensberg. There was a cool breeze blowing, clouds were slowly building and dissapating overhead and a calm sea of mist cloud lay below the escarpment for most of the day.
This was taken behind the organ pipes just below the final neck of Tuthumi pass. The highest point on the left is the mighty cleft peak. Just sticking out behind the cliffs is the pyramid and the whole cathedral spur is visible in the distance.
D800e, 24-70mm, b+w CPL
Drakensberg, South Africa
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