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National park photo ops: Where's the sun in your Old Faithful photo?

At Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park, choose whether or not you want the geyser cloud in front of or behind the sun. It may be the only big decision you’ll have to make. The High Sierra forest is dying, and you can't count the loss in dead trees » In honor of  this year’s National Park...
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