I don’t drink coffee, but I do like a good hike to Coffee Pot Rapids. These shot document the hike from Coffee Pot Camp Ground down to the rapids and back. It’s not an especially strenuous hike it’s take a bit less than an hour to hike in and then another hour back. I’d say it’s worth the effort.
This year we took some rookies into the park. I have fond memories of my Gram and Granddad taking me through the park so I hope my grand kids had a good time as well. Here’s a few pictures of paint pots and etc. These pics are all taken at Biscuit Basin we had plans to visit one other basin, but the kids weren’t up to it. There’s always next year and a good excuse to go back! I’ll post Old Faithful and some other pics later. I’m really liking the improvement in the new Photoshop. Yes these are all post processed. I shoot all of my pictures without letting the camera process the info at all. It’s call shooting in RAW. So I have to do something to them so you can enjoy them, and I hope you do.
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving for everyone living in the US. We spent the extended weekend with family in a remote area. That’s right no cell phone service unless you held your mouth just right and then it was iffy. I took my camera along and took a few pictures and I’ll share a few here. I was trying to get some more milky way shots, but once again the moon was to bright and I didn’t want to stay up until it set so I could get the moonless sky so hope you like these anyway. There was a good sunset one night and clouds all that night so no stars. Then Friday we did a little four wheeling in the snow.
Here are some more fall color panoramas from Big Cottonwood Canyon. The one labeled Big Cottonwood is in the same area as the pan I posted earlier. The other two are of a little rapid up stream a couple of miles. The pans taken at the rapids were taken handheld because there wasn’t any place to set up a tripod. The Close picture was taken while laying on the rocks at the edge of the river. Both upper pans are three picture each and the other is five pics.
This is probably the end of what I shot earlier this month. Today Janis and I are headed out for the annual fall color shoot. It’s our objective to do new places every year and I don’t think we’ll run out of places to shoot fall color any time soon. We will head up Big Cottonwood and then back down the Alpine Loop. Should be awesome. I’m always a little afraid of being late, so well see.
These pictures were taken on my way back down from Powder. This little creek was a bit of a struggle to get down to, but worth the effort. The Ogden Divide is the road from Liberty, UT down into North Ogden. This shot was taken close to the top where there was a little turn out on the road and lots of Scrub Oak brush in the foreground. Unfortunately the scrub Oak hadn’t done it’s brilliant red thing yet. Down at the bottom is North Ogden.
This is Powder Mountain.
I’ve redone my first panorama and added a panorama from my first fall color shoot. Here’s the second pan done with the tripod set up in the same location as the first shoot. Actually I did 360 degrees from the same spot and put these pans together from most of those shoots. These pans are about seven shoot each. This one is right next to the pan shown below.
This is the redone photo. You can see that a little difference in the work flow can make a difference. I’m always trying new ways of doing this stuff. For example you can barely see the moon in this one.