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post #31 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2003, 11:41 AM
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Wow you guys they are all fantastic. I don't think I have anything that even comes close !!!
I'll really have to do some digging .
Martin I'm using yours as a wallpaper to inspire me to get up there.
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post #32 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2003, 11:44 AM
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well this is going to be tough, so far all the pics look awesome! I dont have anything that comes close either... have to get out there some more with my camera!!
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Thanks for the kind words folks. I guess it just goes to show that even the most casual shots can sometimes turn out very special, so keep on shooting. Hodgeman, your shot is spectacular..! Did you have a wide angle lens on your camarea that day?
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post #34 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2003, 01:34 PM
 
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Thanks for the kudos, gang. I knew I'd have to pull out the best to keep up with this bunch. Monster - I shot that on on my Minolta zoom (35 to 130mm) point & shoot, in Sept of 2002, before making the switch to digital this fall. So, yes I guess the equivalent of a 35mm wide angle

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Here's the one I'd like to enter:



Here are some others that I thought I'd share:





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post #36 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2003, 03:02 PM
 
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Whooo, awesome pics everybody! I especially love Hodgeman's picture from the Tonquin Valley and the one from Whistler at night. At first I thought that was the bridge over Lynn Creek![:I]

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I'm trying to find something on my computer right now, but so far there's nothing great at all.

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post #38 of (permalink) Old 12-08-2003, 09:53 PM
 
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I thought I would burden you with pics from Cristmas last year to show that northern Saskatchewan can be beautiful also. The first of the best running surface I have ever been on.


The second just for fun. A classic Canadian winter wonderland snowy image.



Not entries of course.
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post #39 of (permalink) Old 12-08-2003, 10:04 PM
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This shot was taken heading up to the Bow Hut in Yoho...

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beautiful pictures all - keep them coming !
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The first one is my entry, and the rest...well the rest is what makes me tick.


Pure Blue over Nuptse Summit Ridge of Everest


Sunset over Ama Dablam View from the summit of North America: Denali

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Hey Tad Tired,you should seriously send that pic to Trailrunner Magazine.Makes you wonder how long was the run?Where are they going,where have they been?Errrr..I think maybe I need to go for a run tomorrow.Cheers,Mick
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Very nice everybody. I always get inspired when I see other people's photography. To either take more photos or to go where they're taken. Rapscallion, the last one has achievement written all over it!. I can imagine the 'high' you must have felt standing there.
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Quote:
quote:Originally posted by Tad Tired
The first of the best running surface I have ever been on.

Sort of reminds me of Atanarjuat - The Fast Runner

http://www.atanarjuat.com/
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View from the summit of North America: Denali
We flew over Denali in October on the way to Beijing on a perfectly clear sunny day. Absolutely awesome!
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