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BrianLa

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Gorgeous countryside Brian.
Is that the village of Reeth in your first photo?
Yes it is. We were sat eating lunch after a visit to buy boots from Alt-berg (best boots I've ever used) in Richmond. Couldn't waste a day like that!
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Thanks for the confirmation.
Beautiful village, spread around the green.
I always wanted a pair of Altberg boots, though my walking days are sadly over (bad knees).
Thankfully, we can still manage the monster climbs around there on our bicycles.
 

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Finally got back from the holiday (well 2 days ago) and found the time to make 2 A3 prints of a couple of my favorite pictures of the trip. Used Matt Canon paper though I would have preferred glossy paper for such high contrast at such small scale/details (I don't have any glossy A3 paper at the moment). I was quite excited to see what I can get out of 80 MP HHHR (on the left) and astrophotography (on the right). The town picture came out with such a deep shade of purple I instantly fell in love with the look of the picture, it looks a lot better than the file itself. On astrophotography, I was quite happy with how much I managed to get out of the Galactic Core being just outside of town and it was the best I could do (given the time and other constraints that I could not avoid). (I was having 2nd thoughts about keeping the Oly 7-14mm f 2.8 Pro for a while but after seeing what it can do, and barely even properly used, in astrophotography, I am absolutely keeping it with the potential idea of getting the Laowa 7.5mm f 2 as well because of how much light-polluted UK is and how difficult it can be to find dark spots).
 

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Thanks! The Ruby Lake NWR info says motorless boats are allowed on some parts. And being off the Loneliest Highway in America, it a perfect place to not have to deal with Covid 19 :laugh:
No problem!
I also spent about 70 miles on unpaved roads that day. You can probably get on and out in about 25-30, but I wasn’t coming and going from the right direction. It’s not 4 wheel drive territory, but FYI.
 

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Here's the road in from the south.

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Coming in from the north...

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Ruby Mtns.


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Ruby Valley info. The CA Trail came thru here as did the Pony Express.

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I took a very similar pic of the road from the south.
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I‘m assuming the road from the north is actually the northeast? I took a road in from the northwest, and that wound up becoming unpaved with no notice, and then went through a relatively sketchy mountain pass. The northeast road, although perhaps unpaved for a little longer, is probably the best route in and out.
 

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Route 229 takes off just east of Elko comes in from the north down the east side of the Ruby Mts. It is paved until it turns east to Hwy 93. Continuing south it is a decent gravel county road. (Ruby Valley Rd). You must have come in from the west on that last road I show.
 
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