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Fed by the 100-plus inches (254 centimeters) of rain per year that fall in Olympic National Park, evergreen trees rise above the fog that fills this Olympic Mountain's valley.
(Photograph shot on assignment for, but not published in, "The Olympic Peninsula," May 1984, National Geographic magazine)
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When making long exposures, use a remote release to avoid camera movement. If you don't have a remote release, use the camera's self-timer.
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