Hikes Around Tokyo in 2019 — Hiking around Tokyo

Since I made blog entries for nearly all my hikes in the Tokyo area in 2019 – there are some December ones left that I’ll write up soon – I won’t do a summary like last year. Instead, I’ll share some numbers for the past year. Total Number of Hikes In 2019, I had 46 […]

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My first Reddit post evaaaa!! This was taken on Christmas in… — Expose Nature

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My first Reddit post evaaaa!! This was taken on Christmas in Tucson at the wash behind my home growing up. I love when it runs. [4000×6000] [OC] https://exposenature.blogspot.com Click Here! Find the BEST Camera 🙂

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KHATLING GLACIER ALPINE TREK — Alpine guide

INTRODUCTION: KHATLING glacier is a rare trek in Bhilangna valley of Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. The glacier is encompassed by Sahastratal & Masar-taal on the east & west, and the snow clad peaks of the Jogin group (6466 mtr), Sphetic Prishtwan (6905 mtr), Kirti Stambh (6402 mtr), Barte Kanta (6579 mtr), Meru etc. The […]

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Tuesday Tip – The Exposure Triangle

The Exposure Triangle

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Learn how to use Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO and the relationships between them to get your photos looking their best.

When you adjust one of them, you would usually have to consider at least one of the others, to get the desired results.

Using Auto Mode takes care of these controls, but you pay the price of not getting your photos to look the way you wanted them, and often disappointing.

More to come…stay tuned!

Hiking the Laurel Highlands — One Girl, Two Dogs & Two Thousand Miles

By the end of summer I had the hiking bug. We had spent one glorious week in Acadia National Park, hiking, swimming and picking huckleberries to our hearts content. (Don’t know what a huckleberry is? Check it out here). I had never been to Maine in June, and returned home with black-fly bites to prove […]

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