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This July I took this view of Mt Cheam during sunrise. The fog in the valley had rolled up againest the mountains and the valley had fog/mist spread across the valley. The suns angle is from the extreme left and behind a few mountains north of Mt Cheam. So the bright spot on top of Mt Cheam is sunlight. By following its angle you will see where the source is coming from. If you take a good look in the fog patch on the bottom of the photo you will see a row of trees and farm buildings scattered about. Carching this was a rare treat for me.
Up top the peak on the left is Mt Cheam and the smaller one is Lady Paek. There is a huge valley between the two peaks up[ there. My last 4 photos on Mt Cheam show this. It sure wold be amazing to catch a sunrise from up top of that peak. Enjoy and thanks for your comments. Paul

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