Lost Creek Wilderness, Spring 2016

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Into the Wild

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Inside the Aspen Grove

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Heaven in a Wildflower

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Camo Bug

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Rock Garden

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Sky and Flower

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Aspen Trunks

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Raindrops

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Stealth Camp

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Ready for Sleep

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A New Day Begins

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Breakfast of Champions

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flower

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Pine Cones

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Indian Paintbrush

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Lost Creek

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Wander Land

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Crossing Lost Creek

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Granite and Aspen

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Storm Clouds

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Camp at Twilight

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Here Comes the Sun

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Alpenglow

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The Shadow Knows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Lost Creek Wilderness, Spring 2016

    • Hi Roger. Point taken on the large logo. Other than that, the small footprint and semi-freestanding ability of the Hornet 1P make it a great tent for those small, out-of-the way sites. And the color really helps the tent blend in with the spring green of the aspen leaves. This is only my second trip with this tent, but so far I’m impressed. Because it uses such light materials, my real question right now is about durability. I’ll know more by the end of the season.

  1. Dondo
    Thanks for the report. I’ve been wondering what you were up to. What made you go away from the Shangri La 2? Bug concerns?

    I would love to see your pictures in “normal” colors also..

    Thanks
    Ben

    • Hi Ben, I’ve been doing my trips same as ever but haven’t had much time to devote to the blog. Still liking the SL2, but may relegate it to times when the bugs aren’t around. Last year we had a really wet spring and summer and that got me thinking about serious mosquito protection. Good idea about displaying this batch of photos in the way I normally process them. I’ve already developed them, so it’ll just be a matter of making up another blog post.

  2. Hi Dondo,

    Nice new way of looking at moments you experienced… expressing, perhaps, more of the way you felt than photorealism might. But, some of the images I’d like to see the normal colors, too.

    I was also wondering what happened to your walks. This is one site that I always look forward to reading, so it’s good to know you’re still around.

    Was wondering about the Shangri-la deviance, too! 🙂

    • Thanks for stopping by, Miguel. It’s good to know that my posts have been missed. Sounds like I’d better start posting real trip reports. 🙂

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