Camera equipment and technique for taking photos.
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awilbur77 wrote:mattpayne11 wrote:Crestone Needle in the fog - 241 second exposure using a 9-stop ND filter
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SilverLynx wrote:That Crestone Needle picture is poster-worthy!
Dave B wrote:And/or line thy helmet with tin foil and realize this is a freaking mountaineering website.
Steve Climber wrote:So that's your backpack, huh?
Not a 14er, but still a cool sight. Taken on Hieroglyphics Trail #101, Arizona.
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Lots of eerie views on Kilimanjaro.
- Kilimanjaro Outhouse
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- Kilimanjaro Crater
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- Kilimanjaro Sunrise from Stella Point
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mtndude3737 wrote:Pika wrote:mtndude3737 wrote:On the way to the Bear's Playground. These plants HAVE to be from another planet. I think the Pika brought them.
No, I didn`t! It wasn`t me.
LOL...then it must have been your cousins, the little rascals!
Pretty sure this is cirsium scopulorum, or common name "mountain thistle"
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awilbur77 wrote:Let's see your eerie photos! Ideas include: weird weather rolling in, desolate, isolated, and creepy areas, a creepy tree with all the gnarly branches, and things that are just out of place or are unexplainable. I'll start:
This would fall into the desolate category. These two were coming down as I went up Grizzly Peak D.
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