Discussion in 'Outings, Trips & Expeditions' started by justin_baker, Nov 1, 2010.
Leigh Lake (GTNP) this morning...
Ran across this feller out in Colorado doing what they do best.
Fire & Ice
good morning from the beautiful Lake of the Ozarks
Fall colors on Saturday morning...
One photo from yesterday. Many of Colorado's lakes and reservoirs are the lowest I have ever seen them.
Aspen leaves covering a creek near Ohio Pass, Colorado...
Guess I just keep this going ...
Curved Aspen Trees
gotta love Colorado for it's many colors and designs
Cottonwood trees near Gunnison, CO
Did you get up to Amphitheater Lake?
A few photos from the Superstition Wilderness.
Never been there. Maybe next time.
I asked because the trail is around the north side of the lake.. super sweet stuff there for sure! The scent of pine with every step right from the start of the trail...
Woods Lake. Taken near Telluride, Colorado yesterday.
Flat Tops Wilderness, a couple weeks ago...
Some more recent fall photos..
Stewart Creek, Wilcox Lake Wild Forest in the Adirondack Forest Preserve, NY, 10/12/2018
In the SD Badlands this morning:
Leaning aspen trees.
Mendenhall Glacier, off the West Glacier Trail - Juneau, Alaska.
do you folks take these pics to sell to magazines or just the fun of it?
I don't know either but they sure are great! The Private sure takes some nice stuff and if I had to venture a guess I's say Lars probably makes a bit of coin somewhere in the media industry.
where is this at? I need to go there sometime....Man I miss real mountains...
Fall in Missouri Ozarks.
not really Bushcraft, but to nice not to shear it with you
Ice Lake Basin
Already missing the wildflowers ...
Lars, What kind of camera and what settings do you use most for your pics?
Either a Canon 6D Mark II or a 5Ds. For the wildflower photos I use a tilt-shift lens to get as much in focus as possible. Often, I use the auto-bracketing feature to get over, under, and normal exposed files and then combine them to increase dynamic range.