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    Middlefork Snoqualmie trail in Washington....wow.

    This trail is located about an hour out of Seattle. It's roughly 18 miles long if done in a loop and is one of the most beautiful trails anywhere. It's a river trail so it doesn't gain a ton of vert but it has some good flowy sections and definitely techy roots. Mountainbiking at it's finest.

    As good as it gets.

    Middlefork Snoqualmie Valley
    Scotty on the road climb.

    Middlefork greenery by bike

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    Spoiled

    The trail is alive.

    Middlefork Carving

    Middlefork Snoqualmie hot spring.

    Trying to keep our eyes on the trail.

    Scott on one of the many creek crossings.

    Temptation on the left.

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    Awesome.....really nice looking trail.

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    Amazing pics!
    I ride faster than I should...

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    Nice! Thanks for posting.

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    Thanks guys. Fortunately the guy that I rode with (in the pics) is a photogeek as well. What should have taken 5 hours of riding took about 7.5. Around every corner is a great photo...literally. We are blessed around here with amazing trails and terrain. This one is in the top ten.

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    as good as your pics are, & they are as good as any i've seen of the mid fork Snoq., they still don't do it justice. wonderful wasington trail.
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    Worth saying again - awesome pics!

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    Great photos of a very difficult subject to capture!

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    Lush and green, beautiful!

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    Gorgeous scenery! Love the water pics as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhodge View Post
    as good as your pics are, & they are as good as any i've seen of the mid fork Snoq., they still don't do it justice. wonderful wasington trail.
    You are right. When we rode it, it was raining a bit and overcast. The entire place glowed. We kept yelling "photo op" so much that it was comical.

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    What camera and lens combination were you using? Pictures are beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinboyer View Post
    What camera and lens combination were you using? Pictures are beautiful.
    Kevin,
    It's a canon 550D with a 28mm 2.8 lens. Fairly light and compact enough to stash in the Dakine pack.

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    Nice work! You have a lot more patience than I do in post processing. Are you using an Ectachrome slide filter in PS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schnauzers View Post
    Nice work! You have a lot more patience than I do in post processing. Are you using an Ectachrome slide filter in PS?
    Yeah, I forgot that I had a CPL filter on as well. A bit of lightroom tweaking too.

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    Nice pics!

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    Beautiful pictures. Boy, I really miss living in the PacNW.

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    Very nice thanks!

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    Very, very nice.
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