I am getting to old for this.
Ruth, sure can relate to this and not very much hiking have I done---don't remember, what size lens are you using...
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fish - maybe a path with slightly less elevation and slippery rocks might be in order. ;-)
Is that a break-a-part tri-pod?
Just remember, for every foot climbed, you'll have to go back down a foot, and that is the killer.
- Quack! Quack!
You're absolutely not!
- Michigan Redneck
Mack thanks for the encouragement.
Bee the lens is a lightweight one, a tamron 18 to 200mm, got this lens just for hiking trails like this.
No Mr.Q those are shoooting sticks which I had bought for hunting, but they sure work great as hiking sticks and yes one time up at Zion it sure came in handy as a monopod as the top unscrews and you can screw your camera on it.
Dub the one thing I hate about this the most is those darn pesky little gravel rocks. They are like ball bearings.
- desert flower
Dear Ruth (fish),
I don't think there is such thing as to old :) From all the photos you take it looks like you really enjoy Hiking. Keep having fun and taking more photos. Some of the photos that I have seen are stunning!!
PS Do you like taking bird photos or more landscape ones?
- Sunset Amelia
Amelia, like them both, bird and landscape but sometimes the birds are too far away to get a good picture. by the way I am not good at taking people shots. Was joking with my friend about going into business and I would do the outdoor shots and she would do the people portrait shots which she is very good at.
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