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Exciting news to share. Today, we launched the 33andrain Gallery! Now you can upload your favorite weather-related photos into your own album. The gallery has many different features including limited editing tools, filtering and the ability to give credit and/or add copyrights. Please note we have installed a plug-in which removes all exif data from your photos, so meta data saved with your photos will be private. Please browse around and drop any questions and.or requests into this thread. We hope you enjoy this new members area! https://www.33andrain.com/gallery/
There were some great pictures over the winter season, I was hoping the brain trust would indulge us with a thread dedicated to photography. Personally, I am not a photographer and only use a decent point and click and my cell phone to take pictures, but I really love a great landscape shot and caught the bug a few years ago on a road trip out west. There are truly some incredible scenes in the local area, great in all seasons, and you don't need to visit a National Park to have a stunning shot. I suggest we use this thread to focus on local photography, but off course, any great shots would be welcome. If you post, the only thing better than a great photo, is a great photo with a brief story. Feel free to elaborate! For me, I enjoy hiking and road tripping, so most of the scenes I post will cover one of these two topics. I'll take the first plunge with Mt Tammany at the Delaware Water Gap off Route 80 on the NJ side. Mt Tammany is home of the Red Dot trail which is usually rated as the best trail in NJ - it is short, but very steep (1100+ foot ascent in 1.25 miles and then a return trip via another trail), and has a few remarkable views. This is the perfect trail to get someone into hiking for the first time. There's a weather angle too - as with most hikes, they offer a completely different feel depending upon the season. Here are three pictures from different seasons at the first overlook area - early spring, summer, and and autumn. I also included an autumn shot from the summit. Anyone been here?