Album The members of backcountrypost.com

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Backcountry Post, Apr 4, 2012.

  1. Backcountry Post

    Backcountry Post Official Information

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    Let's see what all of you BCP members look like!
     
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  2. Nick

    Nick Post 'em if you got 'em!

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  3. FourisTheNewOne

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  4. Deadeye008

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  5. Yellowstone 1

    Yellowstone 1 Blah!

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    Mt. Washburn, Yellowstone

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    Fishing with daddy.

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    My other interest, Utah Football Tailgating.
     
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  6. wes242

    wes242 This one time...

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  7. Philippe

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    Despite this picture, I have never been interested in fire arms and I never held even one of them in my hands (in France it is forbidden unless you have a permit). During my last trip in Utah, I parked in a remote place (to hike Egg Canyon) and I was surprised to find there several guys (father and sons) shooting with some western style firearms. They were also surprised to meet somebody there, especially a foreigner, but they were very friendly and they offered me to try some shots. I tried with this single action Colt (the same one that used John Wayne, they told me), it was harder than I thought and I was not good. Then, I had better results when I shot with a Winchester. This Western experience in the wilderness with friendly locals made for a nice memory from his trip.
     
  8. Nick

    Nick Post 'em if you got 'em!

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    Cool! That reminds me of a trip I took last year with lostlandscapes (Tim) and wanderinfinn (Jake). I'm not into guns either, but Jake had brought a big hand gun that was quite western style like that if I recall. But he had only brought TWO bullets! Tim meanwhile, had never shot a gun in his life, he may have never even held one before, I can't recall now. Anyway, we set a beer can out on the edge of the rocks and Tim put on some motorcycle boots and a sort of cowboy hat for authenticity. He held a bottle of whiskey in one hand and the gun in the other. When we started filming, he took a big drink off the whiskey and raised and took one shot at that can and nailed it! First time ever shooting a gun AND we had already had more than few beers at this point! :lol: Then of course I got to use the second bullet and failed miserably. :(

    Here's the video of it and I guess you can think of this as the photo of lostlandscapes for this thread. :)



    Boy I wish that we had kept filming the reaction after that shot! :lol:

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  9. Philippe

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    Tim was really excellent, especially as a beginner with the can quite far away. Next time, I wonder if I will follow his example, drinking several beers and some whiskey before shooting, to hope for better results :)
     
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  10. intuitive cat

    intuitive cat Jurassic Dust in my Bones

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    here i am looking a bit hobbit like while takin a break down in the escalante river canyon

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  11. Tyler

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  12. Tyler

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    ibenick, dude, you have some serious hops. For your size you probably could have either had an awesome career as a Left Tackle in the NFL or playing a more grown up version of Peter Pan.
     
  13. IntrepidXJ

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  14. Tyler

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  15. Nick

    Nick Post 'em if you got 'em!

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    Puffin on my Thermarest Neoair XLite in Horse Canyon last weekend. :)

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    Atop Mollies Nipple in Hurricane!
     
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    Me and my buddy Meg last Thursday gettin the legs and lungs moving, hiking for the first time in '12...
     
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    How do you like your Neoair XLite? I know it's light and I'm sure it's comfortable but how warm is it? Thermarest has it with an R-value of 3.2 which is pretty high for an uninsulated pad.

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  20. Yvonne

    Yvonne I lava it!!!

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