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    I need some Hi-Res Canyon Photos

    I have a business based in Utah. Many of us in the company are canyoneering nuts. We recently moved into a new building and have several small conference rooms (huddle rooms). We named each one after some of our favorite canyons and put the names on the doors. We wanted to put a large photo of the canyon inside each huddle room but we do not have high enough resolution images of all of them.

    If you have a good Hi-Res image of these canyons and are willing to share, please PM me.

    These are the canyons we are missing:

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    Hmmm...it's too bad you don't need any of White Roost. I dragged my medium format film camera (Mamiya 645) through there a while ago and got some phenomenal photos of the narrows. I have a 24X36 print of the narrows on my wall. Looks great. You can see every individual grain of sand on the walls.

    Let me know if you are willing to make exceptions...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PG Rob View Post
    I have a business based in Utah. Many of us in the company are canyoneering nuts. We recently moved into a new building and have several small conference rooms (huddle rooms). We named each one after some of our favorite canyons and put the names on the doors. We wanted to put a large photo of the canyon inside each huddle room but we do not have high enough resolution images of all of them.

    If you have a good Hi-Res image of these canyons and are willing to share, please PM me.

    These are the canyons we are missing:
    What a cool idea! I have some photos but they arenít good at all unfortunately. Some stills from a Go-Pro is what I could offer, but they look plain.

    But perhaps olí Dan Ransom has a bunch of these? Maybe PM on Canyon Collective and see if he could help?





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    Thanks for the offer. That is what I have too... go-pro video which is hard to put into a large frame. I have been in touch with Dan. He has a couple that will work. :)

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    Thatís awesome!!!


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