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Tom ­ Reichner
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Feb 05, 2021 12:03 |  #346

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Up in the Tetons about three weeks ago.
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What a wonderful venture that must have been!

Did you see any wildlife during your Teton trip? . Specifically, any Pika?


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Feb 05, 2021 12:14 |  #347

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Buttermere, Lake District, England.

Taken from High Crag. The ridge on the left continues over High Stile and Red Pike. Grasmoor and Crag Hill in the centre of the frame.
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What a beautiful area - looks prime for venturing!

I never knew that England had any places that were so expansive, without any human development. . I guess many Americans have the wrong impression of England - that it is so crowded that the biggest undeveloped areas are only a few hundred acres in size. . But that looks like tens of thousands of acres that are completely natural and undeveloped (the small hamlet in the lower right part of the frame notwithstanding).

I am glad that you have big wide open spaces to explore!


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Feb 05, 2021 13:48 |  #348

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Pierre,

Thank you so much for all of that great information! . It is very much appreciated.

Now I'm off to Google the Swiss Alps, because I want to learn even more.

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You're welcome ! Do not hesitate to ask if you have other questions.


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Feb 05, 2021 23:44 |  #349

Tom Reichner wrote in post #19191075 (external link)
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What a wonderful venture that must have been!

Did you see any wildlife during your Teton trip? . Specifically, any Pika?

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We did not see wildlife as I recall. It was my wife’s first overnight backpacking trip and the weather couldn’t have been better.


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Feb 06, 2021 00:23 |  #350

What a great thread this is! Here's my son in Kananaskis Country, Alberta:

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Feb 09, 2021 18:37 |  #351


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Feb 10, 2021 07:00 as a reply to  @ randalcandari's post |  #352

Interesting. Captures the feeling of a very intimate space.


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Feb 10, 2021 07:01 |  #353

Definitely fascinating locations


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Mar 09, 2021 18:31 |  #354

From a Sierra backpacking trip.


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Mar 10, 2021 13:21 as a reply to  @ Bcaps's post |  #355

Looks like Thousand Island Lake on the JMT/PCT. You know, like this

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Mar 10, 2021 20:21 |  #356

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Looks like Thousand Island Lake on the JMT/PCT. You know, like this


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Mar 13, 2021 09:58 |  #357

From a couple of weeks ago...

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Mar 13, 2021 10:24 |  #358

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Mar 14, 2021 00:41 |  #359

Not a good backpacking camera, but the Mamiya RB67 makes some awesome images.

Tree damage, Iowa in the path of 2020's derecho.

Mamiya RB67, Kodak Portra 800 film


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Apr 19, 2021 10:30 |  #360

The Cat's Back Ridge, Black Hill, Herefordshire.


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