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    On my last night in Senja, I was gifted with an incredible cloud inversion. After two days of rain and zero visibility, Segla finally revealed itself. I arrived at midnight and waited until 3am for the sun to rise. With my tripod set up on the edge of a 500m cliff face, I ran into position to create a sense of scale as the fog began drifting. After 10 minutes, the fog had completely engulfed the peak. I was lucky to be in the right place at the right time and capture this moment.
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    Date Taken: Jul 21, 2018
    Date Uploaded: Oct 20, 2018
    Location: Tofta, Troms, Norway
    Camera: SONY ILCE-7RM2
    Focal Length: 18 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/0 sec
    Aperture: f/11
    ISO: 100
    Copyright: © Terry Zhang
    Categories: Places
    Contests: 2018 National Geographic Photo Contest