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Default ClubTread Photo of the month - January entries

Winter is upon us. Snowshoeing and climbing are the current craze. Take out those cameras and get that snow on film. This month's theme is: Winter Wonderland.

Going forward, prizes will be associated with photo contests. This month's photo of the month is being sponsored by Seal Skinz. The prize will be a pair of Seal Skinz gloves.


http://www.sealskinz.com/

Special thanks to Jimbo for scoring the swag from Seal Skinz. Nice work Jimbo!

If you have a suggestion for a future topic, email me at [email protected]

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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. Format should be 640x480, JPG, any quality level you like, max file size 512K.

Each person can only submit one photo for that particular month. Submissions can continue until the 20th. Submissions are made by replying to this thread 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]. Please do take the time to vote as it shows your support for the photographers who have submitted their work.




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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-02-2003, 09:58 PM
 
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Here's probably the most photographed bergschrund in North America. It's on the south side of Mt. Hood, Oregon which is the most summited year-round glaciated peak in North America.

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Well this mountain is in Mexico, the name is Pico de Orizaba. And well, it was damn hard to climb. Challenged every part of my mental, spiritual abilities. Hard to express in words the feelings that were going through me when we all finally reached the summit. In the distance is the 5 people in my group, and in lead is a local guide. There are five of us behind this picture. Whoa....thats all I got to say.

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How about a picture of Shuksan under a snowy mantle?

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Here is my entry, a shot from a couple of winters ago up near Grouse:



Does anyone know what the name of the prominent peak on the left is? Its just SW of Crown mtn (which you can barely see in the pic) and is clearly visible from Vancouver.
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this is my selection....quess where it is?
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Only if you can tell me where this is

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Camp in the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy on the southern Purcells ski traverse.


Exscape is it the Tantalus Range from the route to Elfin?
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Lake Ann with Mount Shuksan in the background. I shot this is July of 2002 while hiking in the Baker area.




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this is my selection....quess where it is?
Lightening Lakes in Manning Park would be my guess.
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Toooooo easy!
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yes pathfinder, you are correct, the bridge gives it away.
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Beautiful pictures everyone. I love winter and the snow! Bring it on. [8D]

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My entry, taken near Chester Lake, Alberta last February.
Yes! the sky if often that blue here in the winter!!!!
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Wow !! Competition's looking pretty tough again this month. Time to start digging through the archives

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