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Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« on: 12/07/05, 01:59 PM »

It looked to be the last day of the previous Tuesday's snowpack.  It was getting a bit manky at the lower elevations, but we had hopes for better quality at elevation.

In the end,we couldn't decide if we had an incredible day skiing with stupendous visual effects or a visually incredible day with stupendous skiing.  Either way ...



More, Thanks to Steve's camera:

http://media.admcs.wwu.edu/video/test/stills/12-06-05/shuksan.jpg

http://media.admcs.wwu.edu/video/test/stills/12-06-05/tim1.jpg

http://media.admcs.wwu.edu/video/test/stills/12-06-05/jeff1.jpg


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Re: Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« Reply #1 on: 12/08/05, 01:41 AM »

I'm really surprised no one else has said this yet,

WOW!


That looks awesome, great photos.
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Re: Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« Reply #2 on: 12/08/05, 01:54 AM »

Yeah, Great Pics, Tim/Steve.
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Re: Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« Reply #3 on: 12/08/05, 02:02 AM »

That's beautiful!
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Re: Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« Reply #4 on: 12/08/05, 04:35 PM »

Those are as good as I have ever seen. You should send them into Powder magazine.Great job. Grin
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Re: Dec 6, 2005, Baker BC
« Reply #5 on: 12/08/05, 04:40 PM »

Such a wonderfull shot!  I love the combination of different layers.

Thanks for sharing.
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