End of the Road
|Copyright: Mike Basil (mbasil)
|Date Taken: 1992-07|
|Camera: Canon A1-SLR 35mm|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-01-29 9:44|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|In Denali National Park private vehicles are usually banned from the gravel road. But riding the Deanli-run schoolbusses to the end of the road is a great change to see wildlife and wild scenery. It's probably the easiest way to experience true wilderness. We saw a distant view of a grizzly bear as well as reindeer up close and personal.|
This was taken on a trip in 1992. It is taken from the end of the road. Mt. McKinley is likely hidden behind these clouds.
This is a scan of a 35mm negative. PP consited of a straightening, contrast adjustment, and sharpening.
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What a fantatsic view, places like this just do it for me. Thanks for sharing.
- [2006-04-11 12:49]
Nice shot, forground and back ground, the two people give it some scale, I never got to see Denali from the north side either, it rained the day I took the bus. Mid summer i would think. TFS
Very rugged landscape as I imagined. Well taken. colors, contrast and sharpness all are done well Mike. Thanks for sharing.
- [2006-08-27 14:33]
Excellent shot Mike. The park is indeed much greener in July! Focus is very sharp and composition is pleasing. Well done & TFS!