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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision #182

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #182

by Bob Chamberlain October 4, 2011 Mountain Vision

It’s hard to get anyone to ski with you when you first start carrying a camera, because they think it slows them down, and makes them do things right, which it does.

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Bob Chamberlain: Nude, Wade Gulch, Lake City, 1994

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #181

by Bob Chamberlain August 2, 2011 August - September 2011

Coming closer revealed it to be an inexplicable item of swimwear, hanging by itself, in the middle of nowhere, with no one in sight.

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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision

by Bob Chamberlain July 5, 2011 July 2011

Somebody once said to me, “You sure do a lot of things you don’t want to do!”

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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision #179

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #179

by Bob Chamberlain June 1, 2011 June 2011

The literal meaning of the word “Nikon” is a “living moment in being-time.” It’s part of the overall process of “presenting” the truth. You don’t have to go out and get it; it comes to you.

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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision #178

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #178

by Bob Chamberlain May 3, 2011 May 2011

In the 1950s, there were a couple of guys named Earl that hung around the Red Onion a lot. One was called Eatin’ Earl and the other was was called Drinkin’ Earl.

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Bob Chamberlain's Mountain Vision #177

Bob Chamberlain’s Mountain Vision #177

by Bob Chamberlain April 5, 2011 April 2011

Local Apparent Lunchtime is one variable of celestial navigation that is usually possible to estimate with a great deal of accuracy. When you are not allowed to handle the oars, or raise a sail, and your craft is only an inflatable rubber life raft, your mind travels naturally toward something good to eat. At sea, […]

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BOB Chamberlain’s Mountain vision

BOB Chamberlain’s Mountain vision

by Bob Chamberlain February 1, 2011 February - March 2011

Street photography is the point of view of the innocent bystander. Empty streets and no traffic; chance meeting in mid-street; a dog named Koa from the free-puppy box at Rose Market. Ice hockey with cubes on the kitchen floor, and Unlimited Class Stick retrieval, including gathering firewood for campfires were his favored activities. Headstones at […]

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