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  1. #76
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    The high peaks of the tetons from Buck Mountain.
    To have a great adventure and survive requires good judgment. Good judgment comes from experience. And experience, of course, is the result of poor judgment. -Geoff Tabin

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    Top of Peak 8 at Breck

  3. #78
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    bump - season aint over yet folks

    Joffre group from the air


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    Panorama showing Grenoble City with le Mont Blanc to the left, Allevard ski resort (lights to left), les 7 Laux ski resort, Chamrousse (lights middle), erm la Meije just to the right of Chamrousse, les Deux Alpes - lights middle center are ratracs on the Mont du Lans glacier, and Oisans/Ecrins to the right.

    Picture taken at full moon in February 2006 from the Vercors. I have a 75cm poster of this on my office wall (original is 6000 x 2000 pix) which is really spectacular.

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    Not a winter one, but there are still mountains. Mt. Aspiring Nat'l Park.


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  7. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidof
    Panorama showing Grenoble City with le Mont Blanc to the left, Allevard ski resort (lights to left), les 7 Laux ski resort, Chamrousse (lights middle), erm la Meije just to the right of Chamrousse, les Deux Alpes - lights middle center are ratracs on the Mont du Lans glacier, and Oisans/Ecrins to the right.

    Picture taken at full moon in February 2006 from the Vercors. I have a 75cm poster of this on my office wall (original is 6000 x 2000 pix) which is really spectacular.
    thats awesome. you printed a 75cm poster from a 12 megapixel picture? its not blurry??

  8. #83
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    Clear Lake basin - San Juans May 06
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    San Juans & local "Tourist" from S Lookout Pk May 06
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  9. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by grapedrink
    thats awesome. you printed a 75cm poster from a 12 megapixel picture? its not blurry??
    I've printed a 30 inch wide picture from a 4 MP picture and it wasn't blurry...

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    Too much bitching lately - must post stoke - the highest Ive been on a bike - 13,000 ft on Monarch Crest


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    Klone Peak - Washington - near Chelan - about 8000 ft


  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau
    Too much bitching lately - must post stoke
    2nd.

    Looking off of Silverton 2003ish

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    "Having been Baptized by uller his frosty air now burns my soul with confirmation. I am once again pure." - frozenwater

    "once i let go of my material desires many opportunities for playing with the planet emerge. emerge - to come into being through evolution. ok back to work - i gotta pack." - Slaag Master

    "As for Flock of Seagulls, everytime that song comes up on my ipod, I turn it up- way up." - goldenboy

  13. #88
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    These are from a hike in Big Bend NP, Memorial Day 06.




    This was the view from our camp site:







    This was on the South Rim looking into Mexico:



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    Teton Range from Shadow Mountain June 03, 2006

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    Custom Boots - Hand Tunes - Daily Wax
    Basement of the Hostel, Teton Village




    Do not tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, don't tell them where they know the fish.

    Mark Twain

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    Love those pictures of Big Bend. Hard to believe it's Texas knowing what the landscape of most of the rest of Texas is like.


    I'm pretty sure I'd like to ride here
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    Chilliwack Valley


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    originally posted by davidof


    all the pics here are beautiful and inspiring...this one's pretty surreal (i used to go out at nite and shoot time exposures...but never of anything like this!)
    nice work!

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    Ok, crappy picture, but its the only panoramic I've got, and it holds a special place in my memory.



    Taken from the cockpit of a Mk IX Supermarine Spitfire, over the front range mountains (Co) last spring.
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    "I'm constantly doing things I can't do. Thats how I get to do them." - Pablo Picasso

  19. #94
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    well ive been lurkin a while..... but there are so many sick shots and so much stoke in this thread that ive been inspired to post... not much to contribute but im guessing most of you usa people havent been to these locations.

    From the top of Niseko Annupuri, Hokkaido, Japan, January this year, you are looking at mt yotei:



    From midway up Turoa resort, Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand July 2 2006. The mountain in the distance is taranaki. Bit rocky but we've had another meter of snow now.



    awesome thread everyone.
    Last edited by intro; 07-15-2006 at 05:33 AM.

  20. #95
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    Keeping with the NZ theme firstly, Matukituki valley from Treble Cone

    Glasgow from the campsie fells

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    Two of Mt. Washington. They were stitched together by Justin over at T4T(because I don't have photoshop) but the gallery isn't working right now.



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    A little late, but from Canada Day. Garibaldi.


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    NSR, but its summer.
    A view from our season tix at Wriggley.

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    Fuhrer Finger/Nisqually - Mt. Rainier, 2 days ago


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    Some nice pictures here lately - especially from the other hemisphere

    Joffre Group from the Duffy Lake Road




    Tantalus Range from Hwy 99


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