Monday, August 15, 2005

Summer Recap

Where has the summer gone? Where I say?! It's been near non-stop fun and I've got millions of memories to prove it. Here are just a few shots from the warm months past. I hope your summer has been as enjoyable as mine. Each photo was made with my Holga on Fuji Superia 100, unless otherwise noted.

Mules Ear along White Pine Lake trail near Logan, Utah.

Leave No Trace? Just one incidence of carvings in an Aspen along White Pine Lake trail. It's such a shame.

Cecret Lake in Albion Basin, Little Cottonwood Canyon, so named for its secret location and for the fact that the miners who discovered it way back when couldn't spell. Seriously.

We encountered several patches of snow along the Cecret Lake trail, this one the largest at six feet deep, twelve feet wide and about sixty feet long. It was awesome!

“The hills are alive…” A field of Mules Ear along the Jardine Juniper trail near Logan, Utah. Diana/Fuji NPH 400

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