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Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby Tamerlin » Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:07 pm

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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby Tamerlin » Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:08 pm

D'oh! It's cropped :(
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for the whole image. Sigh.
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby zelph » Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:32 pm

Spectacular!!! :D Did you make all those foot prints on the right hand side? It must feel totally majestic to be on top of that and look down on where you came from. You lucky alpinist ;) Thanks for sharing that trip with us. Awesome!
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby Tamerlin » Mon Jun 14, 2010 6:45 pm

zelph wrote:Spectacular!!! :D Did you make all those foot prints on the right hand side? It must feel totally majestic to be on top of that and look down on where you came from. You lucky alpinist ;) Thanks for sharing that trip with us. Awesome!


Actually, I think that IS where some of us ended up -- and somewhere underneath that massive, footprint-covered pile of snow is Artist Point... the parking lot for which is somewhere around where I was standing when I took that picture. Since that was my first visit to Artist Point, I have no idea where the Artist Point parking lot is... but the folks who'd been there only in summer didn't either :)

I'm hoping to do lots of backpacking this summer... which is why I've been looking at (and buying a couple of) your stoves. So I figured I might as well share some of the images I've been capturing ;)
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby zelph » Mon Jun 14, 2010 7:55 pm

Thank you for your interest in my stoves and a big thank you for the awesom photos.
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby realityguy » Mon Jun 14, 2010 8:42 pm

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If you follow the upper road going to the right..you'll get to Artists Point.
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby Tamerlin » Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:09 am

realityguy wrote:Image

If you follow the upper road going to the right..you'll get to Artists Point.


It looks a little different with 40 feet of snow on it :)
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby realityguy » Tue Jun 15, 2010 1:28 am

I think it was September..had a couple feet of blueberries instead... :lol: Artist Point closed down the week before and the hiking was only down below.We did head up to the pass with intentions of hiking down in the upper Chain Lakes valley..until we found out it was 2' of wet snow back there.We were a week late..it dumped up there!
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The clouds were outrageous that day!Here's a shot of Table Mountain..Artist Point is behind it and the other entrance to the Chain Lakes valley goes behind that from Artists Point.
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby Tamerlin » Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:10 am

That's gorgeous... wonderful sky in the Table Mountain image!

I'm definitely going to have to make a trip up to Artist Point in summer sometime. I did part of the Chain Lakes trail about a year and a half ago (we got distracted by views a bit before we reached the mid-point of the loop, due to the views around us, waited for sunset, which got washed out by dense clouds, and headed back... I've been wanting to complete the loop since then, but there are just so many incredible places to see around here that it's going to be a while).
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Re: Mt. Shuksan Panorama

Postby realityguy » Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:42 am

We were supposed to go two weeks before when it was clear all the way and no snow..something came up and cancelled that trip..freak storm dumped 2' of snow the following week.they closed Artist Point,didn't even plow the road.The lower lot /valley was clear so we hiked as far as the pass and looked into the back valley.No snowshoes,no way!We'll be going back sometime.
The blueberry bushes all redded out for a good contrast with the blueberries(we ate ourselves sick on them)..cheapy digital camera..
The next couple days I'm pretty busy with important stuff..after that I'll send a PM(or you me if you want) and we can get together somewhere.I rarely get as far as downtown as Queen Anne anymore but occasionally drop into Ballard.Downtown Seattle sucks and I have no reason to go there. :roll:
The big cameras..I build..I just haven't shot the things..My darkroom is full of crap I need to clear out,sell,etc...just to get in there.Other things about Photography we can discuss in personal emails..I've been away from film for a couple years but have a freezer full.What do you shoot, 4x5..or larger? Can Ektachrome(Ektacolor?) still be developed.Do you develop your own color or send it out?I've got a couple full boxes of that still sealed in 8x10..but it's old and been in my freezer for years.I'm assuming the colors will be all washed out.
See..we need to PM this info... :lol:
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