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    Two weeks trip to Whistler

    Hi guys,

    I'm plaing to spend two weeks in the beginnings of August in Whislter and around. Any recommendations for places @must to go@ with a camera?

    Thanks in advance,
    Roman

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    Go up the tram to the top of Whistle Mountain being sure to photograph the Tusk. Take the tram directly to the top of Blackcomb Mountain and down. If you cannot find something to photograph while you are doing that, sell or give away your equipment.

    If you leave Vancouver and go over the bridge to West Vancouver, further on is Sqaumish. In that area on your right will be the tallest waterfall in North America.

    Steve
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    Nothing beats a great piece of glass!

    I leave the digital work for the urologists and proctologists.

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    Thanks Steve.

    At least I know to whom I send my stuff if I will not find the right place

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    There are a couple places along the Sea to Sky highway between Vancouver and Whistler where you will want to pull over to get a shot of the waters around Lions Bay. Especially with some cloud it looks very spectacular.



 

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