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Some local spots in Northern Nevada.

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@VictorR - Love those! Where are they taken? I want to go there. lol

Thanks! The photos are of Cheakamus Canyon, and taken from the train (Vancouver-Whistler) which was discontinued in 2015. The area is also accessible via a hike off #99, but it's to a higher vantage point.


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Thanks! The photos are of Cheakamus Canyon, and taken from the train (Vancouver-Whistler) which was discontinued in 2015. The area is also accessible via a hike off #99, but it's to a higher vantage point.

Nice! I didn't know you were around this area. I used to live in Vancouver, now out in the Kootenays.
I imagine you could hike in on the rail bed too if desired.. Unless it's still being used, then maybe that'd be a not so good idea.


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Part two of Friday evening at a night market, after my walk with a friend:

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And a little something from my wanderings yesterday (Saturday), on some weekends I never really stop taking photos, off this afternoon for more at a small classic car show

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Some earlier b/w photos I took on Kodak T-Max film back in the late 80s with my Canon A1 SLR.

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Excellent photo's! I particularly love the reptile shots :)

I especially love photographing animals and travelling too, a quick selection from me...










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I don't have as much experience with photography as a lot of people on here, but my uncle is a professional photographer and he taught me some stuff. Here are some of my best:

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:( I am a little nervous posting here! You are all so talented, and I have zero professional training! I have never really experimented with landscape photography; I tend to get wrapped up in Nature's tiny details.

Here are two of my favorite photographs/observations below:

Orange-Fringed Orchid (Platanthera ciliaris)

Pandora Sphinx Larva (Eumorpha pandorus)


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I'm not professionally trained either... Started into the hobby over 15 years ago and have just kept at it... Lots of practice and lots of photos over those years... But have always kept it as a hobby...


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I've been reviewing some older photos recently, from 2007/09, related to my street photography... And I still walk the same streets these days...

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Luck does play a role sometimes. Dog V4 is hard to photograph because he won't stay still. A while back I managed to get his attention long enough to get this shot.


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One more from 2008 (and now I'll shut up :cool:), a long time favourite of mine, I did take it... And guess who the actual musician is...
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I used to travel in connection with my job. These are a couple photos I took of animals in Australia (near Melbourne) and South Africa.

The photo of the elephant was taken after I took a plastic Fanta Orange soda bottle away from the it. Taking the bottle from the elephant was the second dumbest thing I have ever done. Taking the photo of the charging elephant was the dumbest thing I ever did. Yes, if you are wondering I had been drinking at the time.View attachment 70632 View attachment 70633View attachment 70635

The elephant may have been trying to return that bottle to the gods. Did you see any rhinos stomping out fires? :)

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Been monkeying around with cameras since 1970. Once in a while one of the photos might be a keeper.
I prefer landscapes without people and/or manmade alterations. With the DLSR I now use, night photography is done occasionally with moonlight or campfire/ augmented by lantern light. Film seemed more compatible with low light use compared to digital.
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