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Snoqualmie Falls, Washington

In June 2009, Photo of the Day featured travel and culture photographs.

Sunrise filtering through the rising mist at the base of the falls. A perfect moment. Snoqualmie Falls, Washington, 30 miles east of Seattle

This photo and caption were submitted to Your Shot. Have a great shot? Send it to us for possible publication in National Geographic magazine.

 

Photograph by Bill Hinton

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