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At ROLF; with the dawning sun filtering through the pine trees. There was fog in the valley and a pine tar aroma penetrated the cabin. There are few birds to hear by the end of September but the woodpeckers were busy pounding nuts into crevices in almost every tree for a long winter store. In August and September the the North Fork’s narrow valleys, dense fog is quite common until the sun and morning breezes move it away about 9-10 AM. Taken with Canon EOS 5D. One near dawn and one 30 minutes after sun-up.