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    Quote Originally Posted by 6X17 Shooter View Post
    ..I don't believe that would be wide enough to take in the entire expanse of the bend...
    Thanks. Yeah, I think it would be too tight of a fit now, if at all. And I might even want more vertical in the frame than probably would be captured too.

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    Came across this old print my sister took of me in the early '70s on a week backpack trip. Just above White Pass in the North Cascades -- Glacier Peak in the background. Back in the day when I always wore a pair of Lederhosen (without the suspenders) backpacking.

    There is something nice, perhaps just nostalgia, about a snapshot, faded from display...

    PS -- this is probably a commercial print from a slide -- my sister only used slide film back then. I did not alter the color, contrast, or brightness of the print in the scan (office printer/scanner)...pretty close to the original.
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    Documentary cell phone image...shot yesterday morning a bit after sunrise. This is a boneyard of trees on the southern tip of Hunting Island in South Carolina. It was high tide and the furthest trees were way, way out in the water. Shot a bit of 4x5 before the sun got too high, hopefully I can develop them tonight. It was a really crazy area as the beach was just non-existent, with the water coming up and pounding on just loosely-packed dirt and tree roots - a much "wilder" landscape than the relatively tame boneyard beach on Jekyll Island in GA.

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    Untitled- Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.


    Note the waterfall tumbling from the mountain in the background at the left.

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    Mamiya 7II, 43mm, 400TMY



    Mt. Rainer from Tolmie Peak Lookout by tuco, on Flickr

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    Untitled Torre del Paine National Park, Chile.


    This was taken from somewhere in the park while on a week long backpacking trip. There's a small fragment of a cloud on the right, common at that latitude, which I didn't spot out.
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    Tuco, love it. I've done a touch of fire-lookout...but certainly not with that view! And alas the tower was condemned, so I had to hunker down in the truck during the lightning and could not use the fire-finder to call in smokes. Still cool, though -- especially when a tree was struck on the mountainside below...an easy fire to locate and call in.

    Shades of The Dharma Bums.

    Great, Thomas! That's a fun set of peaks to work around!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn View Post
    Tuco, love it. I've done a touch of fire-lookout...but certainly not with that view!
    Thanks. Yeah it has a nice view. A couple more from the Tolmie Peak hike.

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    Tolmie Peak Hike by tuco, on Flickr

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