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A mirrored moonlit mountain-scape captured at Keechelus Lake, in Washington.
The name “Echo” came to me as I was post-processing the image. At times I allow my eyes to lose focus and review the image in terms of shape and lightness and darkness. As I did this the mountains and their reflections blended into a sound wave in my imagination. When I took this photo of Keechelus Lake it was very quiet and still. The only volume came from nature, the occasional passing vehicle, and my teeth clattering while I jumped up and down in the cold as my shutter opened for 60 seconds at a time.
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