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drewl
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Apr 30, 2013 23:36 |  #1

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stop motion flying is actually a good way to keep warm in yosemite in the middle of february.

trillions of visitors produce quadrillions of photos of yosemite every year, but it's still worth going there. i like to to go in winter when there's barely anyone.
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if you're lucky you can go to the most typical shooting spots and still get some "whoa" moments
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my buddy and i did a 24 hour round trip from my house in the bay area to yosemite and back to my house. yosemite village could really use a 24 hour coffee shop. it's COLD at night!
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May 01, 2013 00:26 |  #2

The 'stop motion flying' is quite clever, but I nearly had a heart attack looking at the two lenses in vulnerable positions!!!


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May 01, 2013 14:18 as a reply to Pjay's post |  #3

the 300 was plenty safe. the 70-200 seemed safe enough...if it fell off the back of the wall it's only about 5 feet down to the first granite rock it would hit. if it bounced just right it could have gone down another thousand feet i suppose. eh, it's L glass, it would be fine right?




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