Judy’s Photos

As promised in the “Into the High Country” post, here are a few of the photos taken by Judy-of-the-white-crash helmet.

The first image is climbing up the Bennison Spur on day one of the trip. As I noted in the book, it was a mighty steep climb, which I think you can tell from the photo, but it also afforded us fabulous views. The next two shots are Bryce Gorge, with the waterfall, which we saw on the second day, and another fall from the third day—both indicative of the kind of splendor with which our days were filled.

Bennison Spur

Bennison Spur

Bryce Gorge

Bryce Gorge

Conglomerate Falls

Conglomerate Falls

The final two shots are the view from the top of Mt. Wellington and lunch at Lake Tarli Karng. The shot of Tarli Karng makes it fairly clear that our descent to the lake was steep. We had come down on the side of the lake to the left as you look at the photo. So as glorious a location as one might imagine, but not easy to get to.

View from Mt. Wellington

View from Mt. Wellington

Lunch at Tarli Karng

Lunch at Tarli Karng

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2 responses to “Judy’s Photos

  1. May I ask you what is you camera? Your pictures are so alive!!!!

  2. Thank you, Nadezhda.

    My camera is a Nikon FM2, a totally manual camera. I have pretty much always shot Kodachrome slide film, 64 ASA, which gives you great, rich color. Unfortunately, Kodak has stopped making Kodachrome film, so I’m probably going to have to get a digital camera now. Fortunately, digital cameras are improving, so I hope I’ll be able to take “alive” pictures before long, even without my Kodachrome and my beloved Nikon.

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