May 21, 2018787 views

Post Your Outdoor and Trip Photos!

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I thought it would be really cool to have a post where people could just post pictures from any trips, hikes, camping, etc they have done and maybe give a little description of the gear and/or the places if you so desire.
I'll start even!
We just made a little trip down south not too long ago to Arches and Canyonlands (Needles District). Was pretty mind boggling as I've never quite seen anything quite like the landscape in either park.
Here's a few random shots from the trip:
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I hope to see some sweet photos from other peoples trips!
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Love going to Arches and the American southwest in general.
Wink
yeah they are amazing places!!!
Mesa Verde NP
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My last year in pics
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My 50yr old Land Rover on a trip.
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Various shots from Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar
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Have some interesting shots from a couple of days spent in the Italian Dolomites (in the vicinity of Santa Maddalena, first three shots, and Lago di Braies, last two). First trip was notable for the locally acquired speck sandwich and apple strudel I stuffed into my tripod bag. Second trip was notable for having fallen off a cliff. All shot with my Lumia 950.
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Cbslc
wow this is amazing!
livingspeedbump
Thanks, the only thing that bugs me with this photo 1. there was a double rainbow 2 minutes before that I was running to capture and got to a vantage point too late 2. that dude in the bright green down by the lake.
Snow Pics are froma winter car camping trip I did near Ladysmith Wisconsin and the forest pics are from a hiking/camping trip in the Driftless area of Minnesota near Winona.
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Nikon D5500, 18-55mm stock lens, on a trail up the Santa Fe Mountain.
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A little lake in the woods.
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The_Grizz
These are just a few of the pictures I took with my iPhone X while on a trip to BSA Florida Sea Base on Big Munson Island. We were on the island for 4 days, no infrastructure in place other than a composting toilet. This was last December just after the devastating hurricanes that wiped out a lot of the Florida Keys
Most shots are taken with a Canon 7D Mk2 and Canon 17-40mm or 10-18mm
www.leehanyo.com www.instagram.com/hanyo66
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hanyo66
I think you're posting in the wrong forum. No offense.
Matt57
just posting my outdoors photos haha
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Outstanding winter hike around Mt Taranaki on NZs North Island this June. Perfect conditions.
Dropping down the rim to the Niagra river. Took a run along the rim to the falls.
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A few highlights from the past couple years. Fuji XT-1, X30, and Nikon D90.

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The joy this brings every morning!

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Somewhere on the JMT, 2016.
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Gawking like a tourist at a big hole in the ground, Arizona.
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Bliss on the JMT, 2016.
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The view from Forester Pass (13,000'), JMT.
biophile
Love the tilt-shift photo! Looks like a heck-uv-a trip!
livingspeedbump
Yeah, thanks! Tilt shift is a great option for those mid-day vistas that otherwise looked bland or washed out from the intense overhead sunlight.
A few photos of the Oregon Coast. These are from about two years ago. With two toddlers to chase these days, there's hardly any opportunity for proper photos. With the LX5:
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With the A6000 (the light wasn't helping):
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Here are few shots from a road trip through the Columbia river gorge. The first two were taken with a Panasonic LX5, the last two with a Sony A6000 + f1.8 50mm prime lens, yes a prime lens, lol.
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whew. good to hear. keep me posted!
AlexPk
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Had a chance to take my family on a trip through the gorge last month. The stretch of the Historic Columbia River Scenic Highway, after Bridal Veil up to Ainsworth remains closed. Elsewhere things are business as usual, Latourell, Angel's Rest, Bridal Veil... etc. Multnomah Falls itself is open. but only accessible via the parking lot on I-84.
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Here's a list of what's open and what's not, within the affected area: https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/fseprd574101.pdf In any case the scenic highway will reopen starting this September and should be fully open by November: https://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/Regions/Documents/HCRH/Phased-Reopening.pdf
Great shots! I've driven through both a couple times but definitely need to go back to spend some more time there.