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Arches and Canyonlands #10229
09/02/07 03:31 PM
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Don Carter Offline OP
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Hi Everyone,

I'm spending the last two weeks of Sept in Yellowstone and Tetons and then driving to Arches and Canyonlands. One of the guys I'm meeting in Canyonlands is still recovering from a motorcycle accident and has limited mobility. Any recommendations on where we can shoot from given his mobility?

Don

Re: Arches and Canyonlands [Re: Don Carter] #10230
09/02/07 03:50 PM
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Hey Don,

I have never been to either Arches or Canyonlands. Steve Kossack recently sent me a DVD to review on Canyonlands. I have not watched it yet (I just watched his Death Valley DVD)..however, if it is like the other two of his that I have seen, I am sure it will be very good. If you don't get any answers here that you feel are helpful, you might want to consider his DVD.

Cheers
James

Re: Arches and Canyonlands [Re: Don Carter] #10231
09/03/07 12:31 AM
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just a suggestion,, you might try checking into the information center at arches and canyonlands,, am sure they have info on the best places to shoot with limited mobility.DAve

Re: Arches and Canyonlands [Re: Don Carter] #10232
09/03/07 02:14 AM
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Quote:

Hi Everyone,

I'm spending the last two weeks of Sept in Yellowstone and Tetons and then driving to Arches and Canyonlands. One of the guys I'm meeting in Canyonlands is still recovering from a motorcycle accident and has limited mobility. Any recommendations on where we can shoot from given his mobility?

Don




Don,

I was at Arches one evening this last summer. Arches is very road accessible. There are many places that you can take great shots and be within only a few yards of the pavement.

The attached was about 30 yards down a pretty level trail.

I doubt you will have mobility problems at Arches. I do not know about Canyon Lands.

Hope this helps.

Dave

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Re: Arches and Canyonlands [Re: James Morrissey] #10233
09/03/07 03:28 PM
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Don Carter Offline OP
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I have Steve's Canyonland video (I think it is his best) but it was a little hard to get a sense of what walking is going to be like for my friend. May be I'll find a nice arch and tell him to stay put till I get back :->

Don

Re: Arches and Canyonlands [Re: daveman] #10234
09/05/07 01:41 AM
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Don Carter Offline OP
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Dave, thanks for the info. Nice image.

Don


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