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Camel’s Hump Black & White

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Camel’s Hump in black & white

A friend challenged me to black & white photo thingy on the facebooks, so I obliged. Interestingly, this time of year (November…) it’s kind of hard to find much color in the world, so black and white landscapes work!

Panasonic GX8, Lumix 14-140mm lens @ 115mm, ISO 800, f/11, 1/1300″ exposure.

Mountain Portrait

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A fine view of Camel’s Hump from the porch of the Stark’s Nest at Mad River Glen

Yesterday’s bluebird conditions made for a lovely portrait of Camel’s Hump from the porch of the Stark’s Nest at the top of Mad River Glen’s Single Chair.

Panasonic GX8, Lumix 14-140mm lens @ 73mm, ISO 800, f/13, 1/2000″ exposure.

Camel’s Hump finery

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Camel’s Hump perches atop fall foliage finery

Fall foliage is at peak right now around Camel’s Hump.┬áThis view from Bald Hill takes in a broad expanse of the mountain’s western slope and ridgeline including Wind Gap on the right.

Panasonic GX8, Olympus 9-18mm lens @ 9mm, circular polarzing filter, ISO 400, f/11, 1/125″ exposure.

Bluebird day…

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Looking north towards Mt. Mansfield from the summit of Camel’s Hump

It was a fine morning┬áto climb the Hump today. Although there was very little snow in the woods even up at the ridge meadow, traction aids were a must as the trail is still pretty much ice covered above 2500′.

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Going up the icy trail!

Camel’s Hump from Bert’s Crown

The view of Camel's Hump from Bert's Crown
The view of Camel’s Hump from Bert’s Crown

Bert’s Crown is a rocky knob above the Camel’s Hump Nordic center. I’d never climbed to the top of it before, so decided to give it a try this morning. It was a bit of a scramble, but I was rewarded by a stunning view!

Sony RX100 M3

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