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eduardo blanchard
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December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« on: 12/11/12, 11:12 AM »

Yes it's true it snowed some around Stevens over the weekend...

Here's a 2 minute summary of what went down when The BigK, Badboy, T-Money, J&C, Titanium Femur and Quattro lost themselves in a world of white somewhere near Stevens Pass. These are the storm 'leftovers' on Sunday, at 5000' on a SE slope. Didn't see anything move all weekend.

https://vimeo.com/55376162



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Re: December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« Reply #1 on: 12/11/12, 01:36 PM »

Great vid! What kind of camera are you shooting with?
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Re: December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« Reply #2 on: 12/11/12, 03:24 PM »

Refreshing video, thanks! Conversations this weekend included lamentations that it is often difficult to find someone willing to spend the extra time to shoot quality video or stills when there is deep pow to be skied. Good on ya!
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eduardo blanchard
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Re: December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« Reply #3 on: 12/12/12, 06:44 PM »

Thanks, I don't take the camera out often but it's fun when I do. Mountainconvert I film with a Sony HDR-HC1E. It's a few years old now but still takes good footage. A little lighter than a DSLR with a medium sized lens, but still on the heavy side.
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Re: December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« Reply #4 on: 12/12/12, 07:43 PM »

That is a great video, just keep them coming.  Expert cast of characters, as well, nice turning, nice snow, nice music.  Thanks.











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Re: December 9, 2012, Stevens Pass Environs
« Reply #5 on: 12/13/12, 11:01 AM »

nice work men!!

some of that looks a little familiar. Wink
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