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 Peak(s):  Wetterhorn Peak  -  14,015 feet
 Post Date:  02/06/2011
 Date Climbed:   09/19/2010
 Posted By:  jduncan

 2010-09-19 Wetterhorn Peak   


TRIP OVERVIEW


PEAK(s): Wetterhorn Peak
ROUTE(s): Southeast Ridge
DAY: Sunday, September 19th, 2010
ELEVATION GAIN: 3,500 feet
ROUNDTRIP LENGTH: 8.0 miles
ROUNDTRIP TIME: 6 hours, 10 minutes
CLIMBING PARTNERS: Charlie and Jon



TRIP REPORT


2010-09-19 Wetterhorn Peak



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  • Comments or Questions (3)
Yog


Great pictures!     2011-02-09 15:15:24
As one of my last 14ers left, it appears I have much to look forward to! Beautiful photography!!


jduncan


Thanks Jim     2011-02-06 18:42:08
I carry a bulky Canon DSLR camera up there as well as a small Canon 12.0 megapixel camera (just in case my DSLR isn't functioning and for video). I also bring an array of filters depending on the lighting. I try to minimize the post-processing to the fullest extent possible as I want the camera and myself to do the work. The photography to me is my preferred way of documenting the hike/climb so bringing the nice camera is a must to me. I know from your work that you value photography the same way.

I wrote a comment on your climb of Little Bear but I must say again that it was very impressive and your photographs documented it so well!


Dancesatmoonrise


Oh My Gosh, Josh!     2011-02-06 16:08:24
Once again I'm smitten! In awe... ! Such fine photography from the hand of Josh Duncan. Thank you for sharing such beautiful images.

Surely you're hauling a heavy SLR and cadre of lenses up there, no?

Do you do much post-processing?



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