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Old 06-18-20, 04:00 AM
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Really like the 3 muses...
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Old 06-18-20, 10:55 AM
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Really like the 3 muses...
I agree
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thanks…i’ve been enjoying doing some multiple exposure ones lately

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thanks…i’ve been enjoying doing some multiple exposure ones lately
I don't usually like shots that show a lot of processing or artifice but you seem to be getting past my defences.
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Old 06-18-20, 03:47 PM
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Very cool!

Along similar lines, here's a self portrait in the Teanaway Guard Station. Digital, single exposure, long enough for me to get out of the frame while the shutter was open.

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As long as I'm posting selfies...

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Lightning Creek / Ross Lake



I can never remember whether this is Lake Ann or Ann Lake. The one between Kulshun and Shuksan.

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In the spirit of recent images

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Must have taken a couple of hundred shots of these nesting Bank Swallows (same as the European House Martin) on a sand cliff looking out over lake Ontario. They are tiny, they fly like a bullet and ofen disappear straight into the nesting hole when they come in from the lake. I have a hard time passing off "out of focus" as "impressionistic", so here's the best I could do!

Bank Swallows by Steven, on Flickr

This Marsh Wren was a bit more cooperative.

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A couple more from campsite Sunday night:



127 minutes. The haze and orange tint is from a couple large wildfires both north and south.
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Hiking near Silverthorne, CO yesterday.







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Thought I would try another Bank Swallow shot.

Bank Swallows 2 by Steven, on Flickr
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Brown Thrasher

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Tree Swallow

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These cribs provided an anchor for fencing when the soil wasn't deep enough for a fencepost.

R0003592 by Steven, on Flickr
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Hiked up Quartz Peak in the Sierra Estrella Wilderness this past Sunday. As it is mid summer the saquaro fruit were ripe. With the steep terrain I was able to get almost at eye level with some.






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I did Bean Peak with my friend Mary this weekend. It's a short hike that follows a creek into a lovely meadow, then a fun scramble to the top. The views are spectacular, and there's just enough exposure to make it spicey. From the car to the summit and back was 6.5 miles and 2,800 feet of elevation gain.

We saw lupine, paintbrush, phlox, shooting stars, cow parsnip, and I don't even know what else. Sections of meadow were purple for 100 feet or more.



Mary leads the way to Bean's summit, on the left, with the Enchantment Range spread out to the right.



Summit pano.



Bean Creek Meadow from the ridge.



The trail ends (and starts again) in the meadow; almost there.

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