Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

Have you visited another National Park, you would like to share, although most are Glacier Fanatics, we love to visit any National Park, let us know about your experience here!

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Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

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Just thought I would check in and share a link to some in trip "quick edits" from my trip up to this point.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 159_Wnfvd3

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Re: Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

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This is really good stuff! Thanks for posting
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Outstanding images! I must plead ignorance. Is that second shot a bear or wolverine or what? Interesting face.

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Re: Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

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Thanks all...It will be strange as this month ends it will be the first month in over five years that I have not spent time in Yellowstone, but I have had a blast on this trip and still have about two weeks left to explore.

I have taken 19,000 photos on this trip, so I'll be editing for a long time, but I did manage to get a few more in trip teasers online...check them out if you like bears and whales.

p.s. the shot in question is a very interesting looking black bear...I wish it was a wolverine :)
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19,000 images? And my friends think I shoot a lot when I do one-tenth of that!
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Re: Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

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Here is a shot of me from the last day of my trip, hiking along Logan Pass at sunrise in Glacier National Park. Captured with a Canon 5D III and 17-40/4.0L in manual mode at ISO100, f/16, and 1/8th of a second. The camera was mounted on a Gitzo 3540XLS and Arca-Swiss ballhead, an intervalometer cable release was used and the image is the result of an in camera high dynamic range merge.
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 9&lb=1&s=A

I'm feeling a bit guilty that I am nowhere near being finished with the editing process from the two month trip, so I added this shot and one more teaser to the gallery:
http://www.shumwayphotography.com/galle ... 159_Wnfvd3

p.s. I am back to making YNP trips on September 15 (after taking almost three months off)
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p.p.s. I ended up with over 27,000 photographs.

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Re: Northern Adventure (June-August, 2012)

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Dave,

Over the top fantastic...as always. Whales? Really? Nice.

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