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Dallas, TX - United States

Congratulations Jim on your feature in "Life Is What Happens". We are pleased to share this marvelous example of your work with the group members and visitors. fav

Jim Cook replied:

Thanks for the feature Alec!

Omaha, NE - United States

He doesn't have far to go - nice shot.

Jim Cook replied:

Thank you

Orem, UT - United States

Takes me to an interesting place.

Avinger, TX - United States

Impressive!

Melbourne, Vi - Australia

Wow, a beautiful composition. Well done! V

Franklin Square, NY - United States

Jim, Fantastic adventure photo love the details and the angle it was photographed at to show the depth of the mountain, excellent sidebar story also, fav, voted and google promoted

New Brunswick, NJ - United States

Nice photo and very interesting description of "Home of the Worlds Worst Weather", Jim.

Hillsboro, MO - United States

great shot!

Holbrook, MA - United States

Fantastic shot! v/f

Toronto, ON - Canada

Very Lovely :)

Astoria, NY - United States

Nice capture!

St. John's, NL - Canada

Wonderful capture!! Such expressive work!

Toronto, ON - Canada

Lovely :) v

Old Bridge, NJ - United States

nice capture

Northridge, CA - United States

Must have been a tough climbing to reach this point. very nice shot Jim. v,f

Horten - Norway

Nice work! v

Stamford, CT - United States

Nice capture! v

Orange , CA - United States

Wow !!! this is amazing, I could never do this ,but what a climb and beautiful when you get to the top....v/f/g+1

Cedar Hill, TX - United States

Nice.v

Panama, El - Panama

awesome!!!

Georgetown, TX - United States

like the duality of one hiker resting at peace vs the other working hard to go higher! V

Naples, FL - United States

Great capture. v

Rochester, NY - United States

Good shot, nice mood setting.

Tucson, AZ - United States

Wow...cool shot.

Phoenix, AZ - United States

WOW!

Chicago, IL - United States

An incredible image!! v/f!

San Pedro, CA - United States

This is superb! I can feel the cold, the exhaustion. Wonderful capture, Jim! F v

Los Angeles, CA - United States

Wow, great action image. I can feel his exhaustion. Wonderful work! v/f

Livingston, MT - United States

The mist and feel here is splendid. Great work.

Falun, Sw - Sweden

Great image!!v

Columbus, OH - United States

Fantastic image, Jim...great work to do the climb! wanted to vote!

Sunshine Coast, Qu - Australia

Captures commitment and determination and probably lots of other things Jim, well shot!....v+f

JABALPUR, MA - India

This is an Outstanding image . with nice light-effect..+V/F

Washington, DC - United States

Great shot! v

Lacey, WA - United States

Great capture!! v

Dallas, TX - United States

Seems like a great adventure!

Cuba, MO - United States

Beautiful image! It really captures a moment. Well worth the climb, I'm sure!!

New Cumberland, PA - United States

Great photo ....

Fort Worth, TX - United States

excellent! v

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

Great shot, the mountain of truth!! Thanks for sending it to MOUSE!! F/V

Jim Cook replied:

Thanks for the feature! and the alternative title!

Lackawaxen, PA - United States

Hey, Jim great article and Image. Did you build you own cairn? I hiked sections of this on the AT but never top to bottom, not so sure that I could any more. Anyway, great job.

Jim Cook replied:

Thanks Lew! Too tired to build a cairn!

Shavertown, PA - United States

Great image, Jim. The climber with the blue pack who is sitting and enjoying the fog may be the next to turn to stone like the cairns beside him. Excellent info in the description. Wonderful presentation.

Jim Cook replied:

Thanks Marty! He does resemble the cairn! but I don't think he was enjoying the fog, he was just really, really tired!

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