NCAA Women’s Gymnastics – Iowa State at Minnesota

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  • Dean P Neuburger - March 3, 2014 - 3:52 am

    Several more great portraits of the gymnasts, I am not surprised from you. Interesting commitment and idea with your angle of the balance beam. Great timing with the inverted release and face visible on bars, my favorite. Impressive bright eyes in several photos despite the harsh overhead lighting. And so much for my powers of observation because I did not see you there but I am sure you are in several of my photos. Hope to see you next weekend!

2013 Fall Trip, Day Seven: Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park

On day 7, August 10th, we hiked the 8 miles out from the Timberline camp to the Green Mountain Trailhead, stopping to chitchat with some friends and watch”Tony” the elk on the way out.  We also ran across quite a few dusky grouse along the trail.  We spend the evening watching the bull elk bugle […]

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2013 Fall Trip, Day Six: Backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park

Day six started with a visit from a friendly flock of gray jays as we moved down the trail a mile or so to the Timberline Camp.  We then headed up the trail towards the 12,332 ft. Bigtop Mountain.  It’s a beautiful trail that accends gradually across a few slopes and then over the Bighorn Flats. […]

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2013 Fall Trip, Day Five: Backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park

On day five, we got up early and started hiking into the backcountry in the center of Rocky Mountain National Park.  We hiked through some pretty interesting burned areas in the forest.  It’s amazing how quickly new life springs up after a wildfire.   We started at the Green Mountain Trailhead and camped at the […]

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In search of the great gray owl at the Sax Zim Bog

We spent a few days in northern Minnesota at the Sax Zim Bog in search of the elusive great gray owl that we missed on our last trip up there.  We struck out on the first day, but got some nice photos of a northern hawk owl, and saw our first northern shrike.  We were […]

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