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Old 04-09-2005, 04:53 PM   #1
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so i'm really board right now and i dont feel like studying, plus i just edited these pics so i thought i would throw some out here to see what people think. these are from aug. 04, me and mowark and some of our friends took a 2,000+ mile road trip up to the tetons and yellowstone


this is a shot i took at around 7 in the morning of one of the larger herds crossing the yellowston river (i think thats the right river) any way when we got their there was only one other guy and when we left there was about 30 people. about 45 minutes earlier i watched a black bear stalk a mule deer just 5 minutes up the road!





anyway i have a ton of these and some of me and mo that i will post later.
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Those are awesome pictures!!
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very nice...i hav to get outta the burbs
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nice pics, what type of camera did you use???
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nice pics, what type of camera did you use???
its a sony cd mavica smart zoom mvc-cd350
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here are some more


not a bad spot to fish

hanging at camp in the teton back country

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sorry ment to shrink down that night time pick my bad
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Those are great pictures!! Your camera takes really good quality pictures!!
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Yeah, that's the yellowstone river ted. If you all like these, we need to figure out a way to post some of the digital video. The buffalo crossing the Yellowstone was undescribly emotional. Like reaching into the past and becoming part of our history. That may sound corny but it's true.
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yeah i agree. those really are some amazing pics! i love the first two. i can see where the emotions would come from mowark! very powerful pics
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very nice!

I love the second one of the buffalo, wow!
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man, they are some awsome pics Buffalo are some mighty ugly animals. Where abouts is Yellowstone??
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Northwest corner of Wyoming


I went there last year, some buffalo crossed the river and I they taste great. No really i have a great fur coat to prove it.
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so i'm really board right now and i dont feel like studying.
sorry, had to cut on you're spelling and contradictory statement. "you feel really bored right now and don't feel like studying." like i spell any better.

but seriously, amazing pictures. my jaw dropped at the first one. that is such a beautiful picture. if you haven't already done so, you should definetly blow that up and frame it. it is just breath-taking!
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yep not the best at spelling,
me fail english? thats umposible!
here's one more for ya'll its the grand canyon of yellowstone
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that's awsome dude!!
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Wow, those 1st 2 shots are some of the coolest I've ever seen! I'm highly jealous and I wish I took them now! Propz!
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hey i just thought about this because i was looking through the new edition of "backpacker" magazine, but you should totally submit that first picture in their contest for best pic of the month. you could most likely get that published.

link if you're interested
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f'in beautiful, man...
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