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Historic Mt Whitney Pictures
#21770 02/06/12 08:40 PM
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The pictures and posts below are a collection from posts made in other forums. Follow the links to read comments and discussion on that topic.

Re: Historic Mt Whitney Pictures
Whitney Zone #21771 02/10/12 11:53 AM
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Posted here by Hike of Your Life: 1956 Whitney Portal picture





A followup post shows the current location:



Re: Historic Mt Whitney Pictures
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The picture below is actually a separate image of the comet superimposed over Mt Whitney. Discussion here: Hale-Bopp comet over Mt Whitney

Originally Posted By: Brent N
Steve, I'm not sure how to add a picture from the net. Maybe you could help if it wouldn't violate any copyright issues:

http://www.corbisimages.com/stock-photo/rights-managed/AX010675/halebopp-comet-over-mount-whitney

I love this pic of Hale-Bop over Whitney. Takes my breath away.

Brent

Here's that image, from the Corbis Images website. It would be nice if it were larger, but it is a site that sells pictures, so this is what they make available on the web.

The Hale-Bopp Comet was discovered in 1995, and reached its closest point to the sun on April 1, 1997. It comes around about every 4385 years. smile



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