Camas Flowers

Camas Flowers. Canon 5dMkII 16-35mm 2.8II, ISO 100  F16  1/20

Here’s a shot from last week from the Continental Divide, near Helena, Montana.

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4 Comments

  1. Jantil December 30, 2015 at 1:25 am #

    Here’s a slightly dnrfefeit take: I won’t be taking an out-of-town vacation this summer, but I’ll attend a techie conference in Portland. I’ll start before sunrise to ride my bike an hour to Amtrak (Albany, Oregon), take Cascades train to Portland, and ride about 12 miles to the conference, which is at a pretentious upscale motel. I called and was assured there’s some secure place I can store my bike [I’m looking forward to seeing their faces when I roll up, though. ]. After the conference I have a half day in Portland to nosh with friends, then hop the train and reverse the trip, riding home after sunset. An experienced bike commuter, I have all the lights, gear etc. My idea of a fun conference!

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