I was determined to get off this mountain before the thunderstorms started. Jean and Jennie, undaunted, continued on toward the top across the steep rock fields. At this point, they're well over 12,000 feet above sea level. This was the last picture I took until after the subsequent thunder, lightning, and hail subsided (it started minutes after Jean and Jennie started their descent from the 13,053-foot summit of Mt. Dana).
Minolta Freedom Zoom Explorer, Kodak Gold 200, 8/15/1998
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