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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-23-2017, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-23-2017, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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Wow, thanks, that was a great trip you had! I must get up there next year.

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Great stuff; too bad weather didn't stay as nice as it was in the beginning.
Musical bumps ridgewalk, despite being fairly 'civilized', is 1 of nicest I've done on BC Coast
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I think you do a better me than me!

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Work gloves! Now there's an idea!
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post #7 of (permalink) Old 10-29-2017, 07:35 PM
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Damn, that is awesome! You're getting a lot of mountain time before it all snows in! Looks like you tend to go solo. Do you prefer solo adventurers for most of your treks?


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I always carry gloves with me as well. It definitely came in handy when I conquered the last remaining crazy part of Brunswick last year. They don't weight much or take up a lot of space but use them once and you'll always pack them with you!


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Nice hike, Redbeard, and beautiful photos. You write "I’m sure a proper photographer (of Photoshopper) would know what to do with a dSLR in that lighting, but I’m definitely not up to the task." All you need is a graduated ND filter, which you can buy in any camera shop. The top is dark, and the bottom is clear. This will enable you to take defined cloud pictures, with the bottom part of the image (a landscape) clearly defined as well. These ND filters can be plastic (about $25) or glass (about $100). You can also buy a screw-on adapter for your camera lens, but you will also find a few photographers here simply hold the filter next to the lens ...with their fingers. No holder required.
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