The River of Emeralds

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Golden conditions at one of my favorite locations in the Rockies. The light, the colors, the textures; what more can you ask for? I just loved the way this river flowed into the sunset and the mountains in the background. It's rare you find a scene as perfect as this one. But when you do, you have to take advantage of it.
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NFT Time: 13 Apr 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 13 Apr 2021
End actual: 27 Apr 2021
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Exit Price: 690,045.00 USD
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