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    Black And White

    Maybe we need an album for black and whites??
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    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~ Frost

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    A couple more...
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    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~ Frost

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    b/w definitely needs its own overdue space. i love b/w ! i just suck at it as a landscape photographer.
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    Wow, Tree! You are so talented!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscGo
    Wow, Tree! You are so talented!
    Wow, thanks!!! Although, I would call CarpyBiggs and Richard Barron talented, I use luck and photoshop!
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~ Frost

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    Quote Originally Posted by goofball
    i just suck at it as a landscape photographer.
    After seeing those shots, I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree. It's pretty obvious that you are a great landscape photographer if those pics say anything.

    Hidden falls 3 and Happy Dog 20 are incredible. Congrats

    Here are a couple recent ones of mine.

    Glowing Column - Caving


    Ascending - Caving


    Reid's Peak - Uintas



    Santaquin Canyon - Ice Climbing (at least that was the season)

    -- Austin

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    Couple more in the uintas.





    -- Austin

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    Quote Originally Posted by millsclimber
    Quote Originally Posted by goofball
    i just suck at it as a landscape photographer.
    After seeing those shots, I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree. It's pretty obvious that you are a great landscape photographer if those pics say anything.

    Hidden falls 3 and Happy Dog 20 are incredible. Congrats
    I would agree! those are my two favorites as well.
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~ Frost

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeHugger
    Quote Originally Posted by DiscGo
    Wow, Tree! You are so talented!
    Wow, thanks!!! Although, I would call CarpyBiggs and Richard Barron talented, I use luck and photoshop!
    Hmm, well I think I'll vote for Talented. This is some great work!
    Please buy my book - "Paiute ATV Trail Guide" at www.atvutah.com - I need gas money!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltny
    Nice shot. Something about that bridge just totally draws my attention. It's almost like it doesn't belong there. It really stands out. Mind if I ask--did you do anything in the processing of this image to specifically make the subject pop out like that?
    Leave No Trace

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    really nice shots, wow.

    I also tried with b/w and was really surprised



    early morning in Monument Valley


    along Burr Trail

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    LOVE that Liberty Park shot - great composition, clever to think of shooting there. It's really great.
    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. ~ Frost

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeHugger
    LOVE that Liberty Park shot - great composition, clever to think of shooting there. It's really great.
    Ditto. That is a fantastic shot!
    -- Austin

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    Ooooooh.

    happy-dog-020

    Ahhhh.

    Liberty Park

    And the freaky bridge.

    Great shots you guys.

    A few more:

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    really like the dog, hank ! nice to see some selective focus.
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    Here are some.
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    I really like black and white but have only converted a couple of my images.

    Win

    Twisted Aspens, Fishlake NF:



    Checkerboard Mesa in the snow:

    Quoting my best friend, Bob McNally, after a bad boating trip: "Nature scares me!"

    Utah photos: www.winpics.fototime.com

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    My Two Cents

    When I first re-discovered the desert, it was because I had a bunch of B&W paper at the office that had become obsolete, and was just going to go in the trash, so I said to a buddy, "We should go on a New Mexico shooting tour and shoot a bunch of black and white that I could print on this old paper." It was revolutionary for me, and led me to Utah, which I visited the first time in 2002.

    Anyway, here are a couple of black-and-whites from over the years...


    Wijiji trail, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico



    Mission graveyard south of Farmington, New Mexico



    Erosion, Angel Peak Recreation Area, New Mexico



    Palo Duro Canyon, Texas



    Bisti Wilderness, New Mexico



    Mesa Arch, fisheye



    Elephant Canyon from Chesler Park, Canyonlands, fisheye




    Delicate Arch from below, fisheye. Of all the photos I have ever made, remembering this one scares me the most. There is a ledge just below Delicate Arch that is relatively safe to stand on. Below that is steeper and steeper slickrock that rapidly becomes a cliff. You can see the safe ledge on the left side of this image. When I look back on it, I realize I had inched down that cliff well beyond my limits, and one wrong move would have sent me to the bottom. Live and learn.

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