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This shot was taken on day 5 of the hike, near Powell River BC.
On day 7 and 8 of the hike here's what the journal had to say as written by my brother and I.
Day 7: Saturday June 14th 2008
Woke up fairly early and broke camp, eager to reach the summit of Tin Hat. Took about an hour to climb the rest of the way. Clear morning so the view was spectacular. Saw some chipmunks at the summit and lots of kinnikinnick in bloom. Some small patches of snow. Called family and girlfriends from the summit to say hi since reception was great. Then called Eagle and made plans to meet with him near the beginning of the March Lake trail the next day.
Began our descent from Tin Hat Mtn. Started well, steep but some snow patches that we slid down for fun. We had decided to go down the less developed backside trail down tin hat. We made it down to the first of a series of 3 small lakes we were supposed to pass. However things took a turn for the worst at this point. Ended up getting turned around and started following tagging on the trees that turned out not to be part of the SCT. Was very rough going and took almost 2hours before we finally gave up and turned around deciding we really weren't going in the right direction. We were tipped off when Kevin noticed that according to his compas we had begun to turn completely around and were going west instead of east.
Backtracked and found Cranberry lake, which is the third in the set we were supposed to pass. Could not figure out how we missed it the first time. Ended up getting very confused over where we had been and why we had gotten off the trail. Still not sure exactly what happened except that the flagging we had followed was the route for a new logging road that was being built.
Were very tired and sore, we had a few falls and slips during our side trip and Monte had banged up his knee leaving it sore and bruised. Pushed on to our rendezvous point with Eagle. Very pretty trail along the way but were too frustrated/sore to really notice it. Followed some extremely fresh elk tracks along the trail and saw dozens of frogs in puddles along the way. Eventually made it to the beginning of the March lake trail and camped on an old logging road just off the main logging road in the area. Camp was made at around kilometer 97.
Discussed what to do in the morning. Decided on waiting to see how my leg was doing.
Day 8: Sunday June 15th 2008
Broke camp and waited for Eagle to show up. He arrived with a friend around 10:00. My knee was still giving me problems, we told Eagle what had happened and then we suggested that we hike together for a few kilometers to see how I felt and so that at the very least we would reach kilometer 100 of the trail. Knee was fine on flat ground but sore on up and down terrain. Decided that pushing on along the trail could be dangerous for us. Had lunch beside March Creek. Eagle and Jim? Brought smokies and some beer so we had a nice little lunch and then turned around and returned to their truck. They gave us a lift back into Powell River where we got a room at a hotel. Had the most amazing feeling shower of all time and started calling people to figure out what we were going to do since our flights out were still 6 days away. Decided we would change our plans and fly out the next day. Went to the hotel pub after sorting out our flights and had dinner and a few jugs of beer.
All in all, and amazing experience that I would not give up for anything…
using the star bokeh filter provided in the Canon Photo 5 kit.
you know when you just see something and run with it. 10 mins later you find yourself standing in the shower naked with the lights off the door open, armed with a tripod and camera. my light was coming from another room hence the open door.
the things i do for a one in a gazillion chance of winning a 5D Mk II. FML.
anyways, it's a bit different, hopefully someone will see some creative merit in it.
what? how? i heard you say.
it's the glass screen in the shower there's a mirror in the shower, and really bright light from another room (that in itself is another story). it's hit the mirror and the right angle, you get the rainbow thing happening, coming through the water drops.
the original photo was shot landscape, i've rotated to the left, to the left, 90 degrees. used manual focus to get the bokeh stars happening, and some part of the glass screen. ran it through lightroom and photoshop to keep a bit of the colours and exposure in check
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