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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2003, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Default Photo of the Month - July Submissions

We're starting a new thing where the photos on the site will actually change... yay!

Looking for your submissions for the photo of the month. You can be honored as the outdoor photographer for the month. It doesn't matter if it is digital or SLR, as long as you can submit it in an electronic form.

Let's say that each person can only submit one photo for that particular month. Submissions will start at the beginning of the month once posted and run until the 20th. Submissions are made by replying to this thread (or future monthly threads) and including your photo in the reply. Also include some info as to where the photo was taken, etc.

People will then have an opportunity to vote on the picture from the 21st of the month until the end of that month. The photo with the most votes can be set as the photo of the month. On the 21st of this month, send your vote to [email protected].





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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2003, 09:27 PM
 
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Great idea, Jim. Care to specify size, res, or anything? Perhaps you could even do a category, once in a while ie: waterfalls, animal, fall colour etc

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Good ideas Hodge... How about 640x480, JPG Format, any quality level you like, max file size 512K.

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Let's leave this as an open category for this one. I think its a great idea having categories though - let's do that next round.

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To get it rolling a bit, let's narrow this first one to Waterfalls in British Columbia. There have to be at least a few photos out there?





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I'll brave the first submission. I don't believe the falls even has a name. It cascades down approx 120 ft along the south wall of the valley just below Slesse Mnt. Taken June 7, 2003.



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I got your picture right here. Widgeon Creek Falls, April 2003.



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Alrighty, here is my submission. This was taken during a group camping trip up at Cheakamus Lake in mid-late May. It is a stream flowing into the lake, and was taken during a time where significant rainfall had accumilated and significantly elevated the water flow. I had more photos of the area, but a bunch of them were distorted from rain accumilating on the front of the lens. Even though the photo is pretty bright, it was actually completely overcast at the time, and definitely raining!

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Ok Nathan's is a tough one to follow up on but here's mine:



Shannon falls, caught as a peek of sun came out on a cloudy day after hiking the Chief.



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Good things come in small packages.



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Waterfalls eh? It's tough to choose just one. Okay, in honor of you guys heading of to the WCT, here's mine.



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mmmmm Tsuiat Falls... Thanks Hodge!

The one I'm submitting was taken this past Sunday at Bridal Falls on a daytrip with my wife. I had it narrowed to two shots. I've opted to go with the tighter shot that makes you look like you're going to get soaked. Hmmmm.. Actually, come to think of it I did. <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle>







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Great Idea. I'll have to improve my skills in photography

I took this one in May 18, 2003 on High Falls Creek Trail near Squamish.

High Falls



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sheesh JIM!

trying to be sure to exclude those folks across the border!? waterfalls ONLY in british columbia?
I see how you are!<img src=icon_smile_dissapprove.gif border=0 align=middle>

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I know its a long way to travel for you. This is part of our way of enouraging you to take that long and hard 30 mile drive to our winter wasteland to come and see us in our igloos! <img src=icon_smile_big.gif border=0 align=middle> Just because you and marmot are so near and dear to us, WA state waterfalls should be fine too. Go for it...





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Okay I'll bite. Like HB says smaller is better !!!

Upper Cypress Falls taken Last May 2002, Canon A1,50mm 1.4,asa 200

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