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    From hiking in Sedona, AZ:

    Moonrise Cathedral Rock:


    From along Oak Creek:

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    That moonrise shot is great 6x17!

    I visited the local saltwater marsh yesterday. LF and Rolleiflex and cell phone camera. As it's saturated with salt water and getting fresh salt water with tides, it never completely freezes and there are soft spots. In the summer it never fully drains, so there are soft spots. But winter is definitely the cleanest time of year to visit. I wore snow shoes to keep traction on ice and not get swallowed up in mud anywhere. Snowshoes of modern materials are much smaller, lighter, and a joy to wear than the classic wooden ones. It's a wide open space to see light and more reflections than shadows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6X17 Shooter View Post
    From hiking in Sedona, AZ: Moonrise Cathedral Rock
    That is an amazing image! I wish I could get moon rise images to turn-out like that.

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    My gosh, Vaughn - you should get rich on those Bigfoot shots? And who would ever have guessed that big animal uses a view camera too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MultiFormat Shooter View Post
    That is an amazing image! I wish I could get moon rise images to turn-out like that.
    Thanks. The trick is to shoot the evening before the full moon. On the evening prior, the sun is still high enough in the sky to light the foreground (on this particular evening, the moon was 99.5% full...close enough for me). I use the Photographer's Ephemeris app for full moon info (day, date, time, angle, etc). The only thing the app won't tell you would be the expected weather conditions...can't tell you how many times I've set up for a shot, only to be skunked by cloud cover, etc. The focal length on this shot was 560mm (400 plus a 1.4x).

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    Took these while trudging through White Sands National Monument:

    Seen better days:


    Desolation:

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    Agony

    AgonyWEB by moe.randy, on Flickr

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    From along a trail in Caddo Lake State Park, Texas:


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    My daughter took this a few years back when we were hiking St. Mary's Peak in the Bitterroot Mountains with a point and shoot Kodak digital camera
    You can't teach an old dog new tech's!

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    A quick iPhone snap of my wife Marlene and myself on Sept. 4th, 2016...on the summit of Mt. Madison - our final peak of NH's 48 4000 footers. That night we stayed at Madison hut, and as the sun set I took the photo of Star Lake (2nd photo) - with Mt. Madison in the background - using my Fuji-Voigtlander 667W, TMY, and orange filter. The next day, as we were hiking out by way of Caps ridge, we decided to climb Jefferson once more - at the summit of which Marlene said..."hey, let's call this #1!" And so a new adventure begins...climbing the 48 once more. We are now up to #13, and plan to knock off a few more this summer. Now claiming 124 years between us...our strategy is to start at an obscenely slow pace - then try to pick things up a bit as we progress. Seems to work so far!
    Edit - Just gotta say (out of vanity?) that the Star Lake photo is much sharper than it appears here!

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