Photographer's Note

I captured this snowboarder as he descended from the top of a cliff, from a recent trip I made to Marble Mountain, Newfoundland.

Marble Mountain is located in the Humber Vally, Newfoundland's West Coast. It is part of the Long Range Mountains, and contains 34 trails. This area boast 16.5 feet of average snow fall per year, and is largest alpine ski resort in Atlantic Canada.

It was my first time to the area and skiing, the aches and pains that I feel today was well worth it.

The only post processing completed, was to crop the original.

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Additional Photos by Rodney Fagan (faganrodney) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 114 W: 58 N: 136] (489)
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