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Photographic Historical Society Announces Symposium Program

Photographic Historical Society Announces Symposium Program.   This is a great event which happens only every three years. The George Eastman House alone is worth the trip. It occurs the week before PHSNE Photographica this year, and would be a great place … Continue reading

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Winding it all up

After making the decision to head for home, I still had to actually do it. The lure of being out on my own and seeing new things every day had been tarnished somewhat by the loneliness inherent in such an … Continue reading

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From Zion to the The Flea

Cutting south from the eastern end of Zion Park, you drive through some of the most colorful canyon land that you can find anywhere. This is the area of the Vermilion Cliffs and Kodachrome Basin, after all. The beauty tends … Continue reading

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Utah

After TonoPAH, I booked it for Utah and a state park called Snow Canyon, just off Rt 18 , NW of St George. I figured it would be cheaper than a national park (true), less crowded (also true) and a … Continue reading

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The Owens Valley and Nevada

The trip down from Tioga (9,945 feet) to Lee Vining and Mono Lake, is a long slow slide, interspersed with steep, curving switchbacks on roads that seem to cling miraculously to the mountainsides. The process of finding a place to … Continue reading

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Yosemite Park

The next day, the weather and the park were both lovely, if a bit crowded. This place is the busiest park in America, and I can see why, in a way. The views are larger than life and present themselves … Continue reading

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Approaching Yosemite

The decision being made about heading east rather than south, I booked two nights in a campground in Yosemite and drove the six hours (not four, as I had hoped) it took to get there with some sense of sadness, but … Continue reading

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