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Great delnaja 2010-11-11 6:31

j'aime celle-ci aussi. Une bonne compo et le bokeh est de toute beauté ... Un peu plus de contrastes peut-être et de netteté sur la main. Le passage en n&b est assez dur à gérer souvent car les deux points mentionnés avant perdent en qualité.

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Old 11-15-2010, 08:04 AM
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Default To Waylim: John Muir Trail

Hi Waylim,

the John Muir Trail isn't too hard at all.. It only gets tough for beginners who want to complete the entire trail in a certain time. Especially the northern half of the trail offers plenty of opportunities to hike only parts of it, from 2 to 14 days. There is plenty of places to refill your food so carrying too much isn't necessary. Whereas most hikers that complete the whole JMT are in a very good shape, there were a lot of people in the 'not-so-sporty' condition who hiked parts of it. Starting from Tuolomne Meadows for example will safe you the hard climb out of the valley and it is I think only 2-3 days to the next stop in Red's Meadow, from there another 2 days to Vermillion and then 2-3 days to Muir trail ranch.. It is a very beautiful part of the Sierra..

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