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    Typical day trip with my son in the Canadian Rockies. Taking the Deardorff for a long walk
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    Nice!

    Remind me of my hiking trip in Jasper National Park.

    Mount Edith Cavell, Jasper, Alberta, Canada




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    Typical day trip with my son in the Canadian Rockies. Taking the Deardorff for a long walk
    IMG_1635 by , on Flickr photo by Kris Y

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    Hiking on the Scott-Paul trail in the Mt. Baker area of WA with some friends. I miss summer already.

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    Scott-Paul Trail Hike by tuco, on Flickr
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    . . Winter camp in Courthouse Wash. Arches Nat'l Park, Utah
    . . Arches Nat'l Park, Utah by Reinhold S., on Flickr. . Neg# NPAR 040. Yashika Mat 124G, PXP film. 1979

    More here... https://www.flickr.com/photos/154287...h/42286799120/

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    Hiking a stream bed in Kawartha Highlands provincial park.


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    Okay -- took a short hike down the trail to my favorite beach. One thing nice about winter is that one does not have to wait long for sunset! Digital camera, heavy of the "Sepia" slider. All for fun!
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    Got interested in William Keith, a California landscape painter who was a close friend of John Muir and Carleton Watkins, and did a google search for some of his work online. His compositions struck me as being similar to my own so I pulled out a thick volume of 35mm slides from my hikes in the Sierra Nevada and came across this one on the first page. It was taken with a K1000 on the Muir Pass trail. I wish that I would have used a strong UV filter in those days instead of a circular polarizer.

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    The last time I was over Muir Pass would have been in the mid-70s.
    Evolution Lake down there? It has been awahile...
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    Without consulting my maps, I believe Evolution Basin is on the approach to Muir Pass - less than a day away if you don't stop.

    Here's another from my K1000 slide collection:


    This is a sunset shot overlooking Bullfrog Lake taken from a point about 1 mile after crossing Kearsarge Pass. The Kearsarge Pass area is, in my opinion, one of the most scenic areas in the Sierra. Here's an oil on canvas painting by Keith entitled Bullfrom Lake in Sierra, ca 1902:


    As you can see it's faithful to the actual landscape. Must have been a devil of a place to get to back in 1902.

    Thomas

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