Monthly Archive: August 2014

Aug 27 2014

Good Food, Great Company, A Little Hard Work

This is the perfect recipe for a folk festival in my mind and Shelter Valley does it like no other that I know of. Showing up to work is like a family reunion with lots of great banter and playful conversation with friends from previous years as well as lots of stimulating conversations with new …

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Aug 26 2014

I’m In The Mood For Music

This extended week, from last weekend until the end of next weekend, is a break from photography and a shift to music. So far so good too! The weekend behind was highlighted by the Greenbelt Harvest Festival which is the brainchild of Daniel Lanois. While only four years old it has a reputation for having …

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Aug 16 2014

Take A Minute And A Half…

I didn’t use my GoPro very much while I was away but I did record one time-lapse video similar to the one I did at the Mariposa Folk Festival. This time I just pointed the camera out toward the sun as it was setting. Unfortunately the battery died before the sun completely set, so I’ll …

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Aug 15 2014

Windham – The Third Mountain

The days on this mountain were defined by the hot and dry conditions. This was very much like how it was two years earlier. There was one exception the first evening as a brief shower passed through, leaving this rainbow behind.From a photography perspective, it meant I was in the woods as often as I …

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Aug 07 2014

A Trip Report In Three Mountains

When I finally got around to writing up my Moab trip report it turned into 3 “books”. This report  is best broken down into the three mountains that feature prominently in the adventure. Which isn’t done yet by any means! I’ve only just arrived at mountain #3. Since I haven’t written much on my blog …

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Aug 01 2014

Bonus Update From MSA…

I’ve had time relaxing in my camper tonight so I’ve put this 2 segment video together… I suspect the weather today will be a factor for the racing all weekend as the water will continue to flow down from the mountain. And I know the sound of the weed whackers will be replaced by blaring …

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