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Old Feb-18-2006, 08:54 AM
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Just got back from Jackson Hole Wyoming. Skied JHMR, took some photo's with a point and shoot camera. Here is one of them. This is the bottom of Rendezvous Bowl elevation about 10,000'. Comments welcome.

Top of Rendezvous Mountain on the Tran loading dock, elevation 10,450'
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Old Feb-19-2006, 01:57 AM
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i dont know why some of you havent commented on this one, these came out great. i really like the contrast on the second one. were you on the lift at the time? or are you just really really tall
Old Feb-19-2006, 02:03 AM
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Do you call your D70 a point and shoot camera?
Well, whatever you call it, the snow is white, really white.
Skiing at 10000 feet would be stretching it for me, but great shooting up there. The colors look very real to me, great job... I am trying to figure out how you stand on skis, stay straight and shoot pics
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Old Feb-19-2006, 04:04 AM
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Do you call your D70 a point and shoot camera?
Well, whatever you call it, the snow is white, really white.
Skiing at 10000 feet would be stretching it for me, but great shooting up there. The colors look very real to me, great job... I am trying to figure out how you stand on skis, stay straight and shoot pics
No, I didn't use my D70, I used a Olympus C60 which is a point and shoot, I didn't want to use my nikon in case I crashed coming down. Thank for looking
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i dont know why some of you havent commented on this one, these came out great. i really like the contrast on the second one. were you on the lift at the time? or are you just really really tall
I was on the Tran loading dock when I took the photo.......
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Old Feb-19-2006, 06:32 AM
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Years ago, I took the tram to the top during the fires in Yellowstone. It
was a spectacular view. I've not been in the winter. Your photos look just
as spectacular.

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