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Thread: May at Mosquito Hill.

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    500+ Posts dvoracek's Avatar
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    May at Mosquito Hill.

    Actually part of three trips encompassing the entire month of May.

    I lately have been thinking I saw a lot of stuff at Mosquito Hill that would benefit from stereo, but both Stereo Populists are MIA and I've been too occupied to build a new one. I suddenly realized I could cha-cha, just by moving the tripod over a bit and taking a second exposure. I wasn't sure this was going to work since a couple inches one way or another at Mosquito Hill was going to result in a change of elevation or angle, but I tried anyway. Set up for crossed eyes.

    The trees in the field right behind the interpretive building


    The north path near the bottom.


    Some skinny trees at the top of the hill.


    Enough of that, how about some greening of the hill?

    The meadow in early and mid May



    The switchback in mid May and early June



    And some other random bits of interest.

    A bulge in the rock face on the north path after it wraps around to the south side.


    Some ferns growing straight out a rock face further down the north path at the switchback.


    A knarly old birch at the east end of the meadow.


    All with the Populist. .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24x36mm frame.

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    Darn, I used to be able to do this, but I fear age has caught up with me. I'll keep at it and maybe regain the knack. Great images as usual, Nick.

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    Crosseyes: COOL/FUN
    Beautiful !

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    500+ Posts Ned.Lewis's Avatar
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    I can't seem to do the "cross-eyed" thing without hurting my eyes... gave up on it when the big set from the stereo populist was here..

    I like that meadow, and we've seen it before.... it would be neat to have 12 or even more showing the progression of the seasons and year..
    Some photos: Ipernity
    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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