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    Default Last chance at Wildcat

    Wildcat's closed, but reopening for this weekend and then that's it for the season. So, last chance to get up there to take some nice photos across the valley at Tuckerman and whatnot.

    I might go up saturday, but I'm a bit concerned about bringing up all my camera gear if it's going to be really slushy (it must be by now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy
    I'm a bit concerned about bringing up all my camera gear if it's going to be really slushy (it must be by now)
    Go for it! You know how it is with taking pictures.
    It's sometimes a pain, but later, when you get to see them.

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    Does Wildcat run its lifts in the summer for the Mountain Bikers? That might be another time to try

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    I'll tell you that I think the Photos you have been taking are awsome and I think the more you get the better the chance you will get what you want. You should really consider publishing a huge poster. I think it would sell like crazy. I know I would buy one!
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    MPIX.com is where my gets most of his large scale printing done from his digital pictures. Some are 3 and 4 feet wide.
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    Unfortunately I can't get up there this weekend, other things going on that take priority

    But, if Wildcat runs a summer chairlift, I'll definitely get up there at some point this summer. (Yes, I could hike up, but all of the gear I have is quite heavy, and my days of being a pack mule are over)

    Here's a shot of the MW Hotel I took in the Fall, it's weird how the lens really flattens things down, because it was shot at the little historical marker rest stop spot, and you know how impressive it looks from there.

    http://www.spyboy.com/mwh2.jpg

    Kirk

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    Dam Kirk.........
    What a great shot!

    I dig that panoramic view!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyboy
    if Wildcat runs a summer chairlift, I'll definitely get up there at some point this summer.
    Looks like your goin' click here
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