Mammoth day trip pix
Thousand Islands Lake at PCT and JMT junction:
Pretty sure it's a homeless kit. Based on what else I see at that particular park (St. James Park in San Jose, CA). The pricing savvy (or lack thereof) really sealed it for me. The "salesperson" was nowhere to be seen.
Took a hike yesterday.
This is where we hiked
The above picture was taken from right next to the Mt. Baker Ski area, looking into the wilderness area. We hiked to the ridge to the right of the mesa, "Table Mountain."
Everywhere we looked the views were spectacular.
Mount Shuksan, I have not altered these photos. The colors were incredible.
The Ski Patrol hut on top of Pan Dome from across the valley. That's the cliffs of Shuksan behind. A view I'd never noticed before.
I like the red stuff under the tree.
Shuksan and Pan Dome at Mt. Baker Ski area. You can see the highway cutting across, it's under at least 20' of snow during the ski season and we ski right over the top of it.
And the big one, Mt. Baker
Don't show that to Phil. He'd probably want the bindings.
The Skis are $175.00, but the shot is priceless!
Mount McKenzie, home to Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Photo taken from Mount Revelstoke on the other side of the Trans-Canada Highway.
This photo was taken near Castle Mountain in southern Alberta. I wonder if it is for rent for the winter.
Wow! Nice catch.
I was hangin' up at the summit of Kilauea last night taking 15 to 30 second exposures of the lava lake in the Halemaʻumaʻu crater. About 1600 tons/day of sulfur dioxide is spewing from that pit, not to mention all the CO2, particulate and other manner of toxic and climate changing gasses.
By day, it's not much to see, but at night, it looks like all hell is breaking loose. Being an avid BBQ nut, I can really appreciate the potential here.
Today cameras and software produce great art, but many antique and vintage cameras were works of art. I miss the knobs, dials, rings, type and sytle of the past. I was going to sell off a bunch of old cameras on ebay this morning, but decided to display them in the office instead.