Let me see your beautiful/scary/high res/etc. photos you've taken on your journeys innawoods, sc/out/s!
Here's a few I've taken recently.
Wors part about my phone having a dope camera is i cant upload pics to most sites, file size is too big.
I do have some beauties from the french river, bruce peninsula, and a bunch of rivers and lakes around my hometown
I feel bad because I've already posted most of my favorite photos on /out/. I guess I can re-share a couple.
Saving a smaller version should be quite easy with pretty much any program.
It's so weird seeing dead trees stuck up out of the water from a kayak.
Driving down back roads with 3 friends early one morning on a hiking trip in Southeast Wisconsin when we saw this in a marsh near the road. No idea what it was for, but creepy as shit in the morning fog.
When the dam was built, a small community was flooded by the lake. There are ruins of a town under that water. I mean, as far as I know everyone was evacuated, but it's still a weird thought.
Here's the other side of the cliffs in north little rock. Off a walking trail behind a tech school here.
Don't you think they should change the name back to Uluru Pond anon
Sunset over Interstate 10 West (Jacksonville to Tallahassee)
Long Exposure night time picture on I-95 North
noice pics anon. i like doing long sposures too
The thing is, my camera (Leica D-Lux 6) has amazing clarity and color quality, but not a great flash/is basically shit once the sun goes down. High exposure pics are the only nice things I can get at night
mmm leicas are nice as fucks though. i have a pentax, which i love to death. it has amazing weather sealing so i can take it out in the pouring rain (and indeed have) and don't have to worry about damage
Depends on where. Douglas Fir are fucking everywhere in a lot of western OR, but around water sources especially diversity goes up. East of the Cascades you get mostly Ponderosa Pine instead of Douglas Fir.
Yeah it's in Glacier, near the top of Stoney Indian Pass. This is in the same direction from lower down.
Big Thicket National Preserve on Sunday during a goddamned monsoon. Spent the whole day there in the rain. Saw a bobcat near where the picture was taken.
I saw a write-up of a mountain biking trip to Georgia (the country) yesterday, and it blew me away. I've never been to any mountains, and these photos just made me want to go that much more. I obviously didn't take them, but I wanted to share them.
Come to Utah. If money is tight you could try the couchsurfing or airbnb app. If you make a week long trip to Southern Utah, you'd be able to see an exceptional amount of mountains.
What am I even saying? You could camp out in Southern Utah for super cheap. Go backpacking in Zion, Havasupai, Capital Reef, and the Grand Fucking Canyon. Get your ass over here when the spring hits.
You can camp in Forest Service and BLM land for free. Unless you use a campground, then you'll have a fee.
Hell, you could try to find someone with a Golden Age Pass and skip out on park fees altogether.
This is supposedly the most hiked mountain in North America, or at very least the most hiked mountain in Jaffrey, New Hampshire.
went out togging today, was gawgeous weather for late autumn
This one's from the same trip, but at Quechee Gorge, VT
sorry friend. I hear there's a bill in the missouri state senate to shange the name to "misery" :]
This is pretty. I love the way fog makes everything a little creepy.
Drop bears are real. I was attacked by one. Not here, this is a pic from Montana, USA.
But in AUS one came right down on my head. Luckily we were camped for the night and I had some shrimp on the barbie and I stabbed it through the heart with the shish kebab.
Would have been a great night if a dingo hadn't run off with my babby.
Took this the other day. A big meadow in the Brookfield Woods near Chicago.
i got excited for a sec because I live near a brookfield but then I saw chicago. o well.
Another one in the woods in Brookfield, IL. Was tracking coyotes and chilling with deer, owls, woodpeckers, chickadees, etc for a few hours. Found a dead skunk and mapped the rough patrol path the coyotes take every day.
I wish I had some pics of the woods since it snowed last night. I will later. Going to rural Michigan. Brb.
Am I the only one here that doesn't find fog/mist creepy in the slightest
still think this is one of the best pictures if ever taken
I am sure I've seen this somewhere before. I think it was used as source material in some Photoshop time lapse video of a post apocalypse scene that I saw a while back.
How old is the picture?
or at least i think it was April.
a lake a little north east of Ronneby
should come up on google maps. at least it does for me.
Old Woman Bay, northern Ontario, Canada.
Nice place to stop for a while when on a long drive. Feels like the tip of the world everyone forgot.
Pics taken today, im an ausfag.
Had to swim across this gap because the island i was on went under on high tide.
Will post more pics
heres another pic from further down the estuary.
Didnt swim at this area because i was afraid of snagging on hidden trees
The trip was worth it, no mangroves and good elevation
Yellow rock when I was 16
Pretty damn sick, really hard to get to though
I have a new estuary pic as well. This is the Tijuana Estuary on the border of Mexico with California. Taken a couple weeks ago.
A picture of a turkey vulture (I think, not an ornithologist) in flight at Hoosier National Forest, IN.
Vultures are cool. Here's one I took in Sonora, Mexico.
Went hiking today with a friend and his kids, we were in a hurry so we stayed relatively close to town.
Me and dad had some small trips during christmas