Thread: Southern Utah Traverse October 2017

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    Man those photos are incredible. Thanks for sharing!

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    Buttermilk Biscuit, you had a great trip and took great photos. I appreciate you not giving out the details of your route.

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    wow- I am so glad I looked at thins on my computer and not my phone- I would have missed how amazing your photos were! Thank you for sharing
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    I'm curious where the dry waterfall was on Kane Springs Road. Is it near the start of Lockhart Basin Road?

    Beautiful pics. My favorite part of the country.
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    Excellent pictures, lots of my favorite trips have been in those same spots, pretty cool to do it all in one go! Thanks for sharing!
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    Excellent pictures what model camera did you use? Are they a single exposure are multi shot combined to get so much detail?
    Thanks for taking us along. (in pictures)

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    The past three years I have made fall trips to the same areas and recognize just about every photo location. In fact I could duplicate many but yours are better as mine are iPhone. Thanks for not detailing every location.

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  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo8Delta View Post
    Man those photos are incredible. Thanks for sharing!
    Thank you sir, glad you enjoyed them.

    Quote Originally Posted by mph View Post
    Great trip report via pictures. Looks like you found the goods. It was a good winter read, can't wait for spring.
    Hope I have time to go back in the spring. And actually see what the North Rim's all about while I'm in the area.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cummins_expo View Post
    wow- I am so glad I looked at thins on my computer and not my phone- I would have missed how amazing your photos were! Thank you for sharing
    Thank you, glad you enjoyed them.

    Quote Originally Posted by cbmontgo View Post
    I'm curious where the dry waterfall was on Kane Springs Road. Is it near the start of Lockhart Basin Road?

    Beautiful pics. My favorite part of the country.
    That's probably a mile down Kane Springs Rd from the 163. Glad you enjoyed them.



    Quote Originally Posted by NM-Frontier View Post
    Excellent pictures, lots of my favorite trips have been in those same spots, pretty cool to do it all in one go! Thanks for sharing!
    It was a great trip. Very beautiful country.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerryg View Post
    Excellent pictures what model camera did you use? Are they a single exposure are multi shot combined to get so much detail?
    Thanks for taking us along. (in pictures)
    Thanks Jerry, glad you enjoyed them. I use a budget Canon M3 and Canon M. Pretty much the only lenses used on the trip were a Canon 18-55mm, 11-22mm and a Rokinon 8mm Fisheye. All the pictures were single exposure RAW. Adobe Lightroom was used in post processing of all the pictures (bringing out /adding detail to them).

    Quote Originally Posted by Ace Brown View Post
    The past three years I have made fall trips to the same areas and recognize just about every photo location. In fact I could duplicate many but yours are better as mine are iPhone. Thanks for not detailing every location.

    Ace
    Thank you Ace, happy you agree.

  9. #29
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    Excellent photos, southern Utah really is amazing. My lady, dog and I did a few of the places on your route after spending Xmas in Santa Fe NM traveling back to California. We found zero need to visit the overcrowded, anti-dog National Parks as there is sooo much off the beaten path to explore out there. I can't wait to spend more time there again.

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    Nice little drive.
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