Dorinna and I, along with our friend Lara, just returned from a week-long backpack in the Wind River Range in Wyoming.  We started the trip last Sunday by hiking a short four miles to the Toboggan Lakes, where we set up our first camp.  That first day I only shot 7 pictures, so choosing the WIRR was not too difficult.  During the next six days, however, I shot another 711 photos.  The WIRR for next week will be delayed a bit, as it will take me some time to go through all those pictures.  Meanwhile, I am hard at work organizing the pictures from our last backpack…


The photo above is an HDR image of one of the Toboggan Lakes.  There are over a dozen, otherwise unnamed.  This one is the last one that the Scab Creek trail meets before Little Divide Lake.


WIRR2008 August3

Technical Data:  Canon Rebel XTi; Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM at 28mm; f/8 at 1/160, 1/80, and 1/40; ISO 100.

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