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Sep 26, 2019 16:57 |  #1756

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Sunrise around Lake Louise...

Funny story: There were about 400 of us set up around the lake for sunrise and these two hipsters roll out of their sprinter van with a large blue kayak and proceed to paddle in circles screwing up the reflection. Lots of murmuring from the crowd of course. Finally one British guy says, "OY! You two! Bugger off!" to cheers from the onlookers and the paddlers paddle away. They didn't come ashore that I could see and were probably afraid to.


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Good story lol, and fantastic work.


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Sep 26, 2019 17:32 as a reply to  @ post 18933794 |  #1757

beautiful scenic view with bit saturated color




  
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Sep 26, 2019 19:51 |  #1758

Kananaskis, Alberta.


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Sep 26, 2019 20:48 |  #1759

SeattleSpeedster wrote in post #18933794 (external link)
There were about 400 of us set up around the lake for sunrise and these two hipsters roll out of their sprinter van with a large blue kayak and proceed to paddle in circles screwing up the reflection.

That would have been an order of magnitude more interesting than the generic Louise shots you and your 399 friends got. Props to the kayak boys for inciting a passive aggressive riot among an angry mob of photographers hoisting tripods above their heads screaming for their turn to take the same picture that's been snapped a million times before.

Onward to unexplored reaches of Moraine, Peyto & Vermillion.




  
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Sep 26, 2019 21:16 |  #1760

SeattleSpeedster wrote in post #18933794 (external link)
Sunrise around Lake Louise...

Funny story: There were about 400 of us set up around the lake for sunrise and these two hipsters roll out of their sprinter van with a large blue kayak and proceed to paddle in circles screwing up the reflection. Lots of murmuring from the crowd of course. Finally one British guy says, "OY! You two! Bugger off!" to cheers from the onlookers and the paddlers paddle away. They didn't come ashore that I could see and were probably afraid to.


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Smart British guy! I'm glad the hipsters didn't mess up the mirror finish.


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Sep 26, 2019 21:25 |  #1761

Outstanding

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Sep 26, 2019 21:50 |  #1762

Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, September, 2019.

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Sep 27, 2019 00:01 |  #1763

One more "generic" shot from Lake Louise then on to O'Hara with larches up against Mt Schaffer


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Sep 27, 2019 01:12 |  #1764

From Julian this afternoon...


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Sep 27, 2019 04:24 |  #1765

SeattleSpeedster wrote in post #18933794 (external link)
There were about 400 of us set up around the lake for sunrise and these two hipsters roll out of their sprinter van with a large blue kayak and proceed to paddle in circles screwing up the reflection. Lots of murmuring from the crowd of course. Finally one British guy says, "OY! You two! Bugger off!" to cheers from the onlookers and the paddlers paddle away. They didn't come ashore that I could see and were probably afraid to.

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One more "generic" shot from Lake Louise then on to O'Hara with larches up against Mt Schaffer

Oh boy, here we go.

Y'all took a picture of the same thing, at the same time, using (presumably) similar equipment. The group that was there the day before, and the day after, likely did the same thing. If that's not generic I don't know what is.

Post a shot of the Brit accosting the kayakers. Let's see the drama. The heated moment where militant landscape photographers and boatbound hipsters clash in an epic battle to rule Lake Louise.

That would be interesting.

Look, your pictures are nice. It's the tough guy routine that makes me laugh. I mean, you guys were gonna rough up a couple of kayakers... for kayaking.

Surely you can handle an online pot shot making fun of the obviously ridiculous scene it must have been.

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Sep 27, 2019 05:08 |  #1766

SeattleSpeedster wrote in post #18933794 (external link)
Sunrise around Lake Louise...

Funny story: There were about 400 of us set up around the lake for sunrise and these two hipsters roll out of their sprinter van with a large blue kayak and proceed to paddle in circles screwing up the reflection. Lots of murmuring from the crowd of course. Finally one British guy says, "OY! You two! Bugger off!" to cheers from the onlookers and the paddlers paddle away. They didn't come ashore that I could see and were probably afraid to.


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In my estimation, the soft light from the cabin really makes this shot!

Very well done sir!


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Sep 27, 2019 09:42 |  #1767

After some time with the masses at Louise and Moraine we headed into the woods to Lake O'Hara hoping to get ahead of some seriously wet weather moving in.


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Sep 27, 2019 11:06 |  #1768

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Sounds like the crowds are up there are at least as large as they are here in Colorado at the Maroon Bells, I think everyone wants to be out there these days. I wish you could send a little of that snow our way, bone dry down here. I am curious about those yellowish/brownish trees - are those dead pine trees where the needles have dried out and turned brown? And is there some sort of blight if that's what is happening?


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Sep 27, 2019 11:17 as a reply to  @ patrick j's post |  #1769

Yeah our Mount Rainier finally got some snow so it looks like less of a bare 14,000 foot rock

The golden trees are Larches that turn gold at a certain point in the fall, usually by elevation. Here's another shot from that tarn, and then walking along the trail to the viewpoint:


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Sep 27, 2019 11:52 |  #1770

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The golden trees are Larches that turn gold at a certain point in the fall, usually by elevation. Here's another shot from that tarn, and then walking along the trail to the viewpoint:


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Odd, didn't know there was such a thing as a conifer type tree that changed colors and shed its needles (Wikipedia calls it a deciduous conifer). We have that pine beetle knocking out entire mountainsides worth of trees, so when I see something like a pine tree turning colors I've become conditioned to expect it to be due to a pest of some sort.

Quite the scenic region you were at...


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