Looking Down on Sunshine

Looking Down on Sunshine

I almost missed it, but I managed to just catch Sunshine Village in this shot. If you're familiar with looking at maps of ski hills, then you'll recognize the patterns on the slopes at the top of this shot. If you're familiar with Sunshine, you'll recognize Goat's Eye Mountian, the backside of Delirium Dive, the Eagles, Lookout Mountain and Mount Standish.

I used to have a season pass there and, for a while, I was able to go boarding five days a week. Man, I miss that powder.

Thirty three feet of snow annually, three and a half thousand board-able acres on three mountains.

Not the greatest photo, but it has a sentimental value for me.

Tags & Categories


Show this photo on a map ✈

EXIF

Camera: COOLPIX P6000
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 13.6 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/170 sec
Aperture: f 6.1
ISO: 64


Taken: 2009-03-29 01:42:03
Posted: 2009-04-19 | 23:11





Looking Down on Sunshine

Looking Down on Sunshine

I almost missed it, but I managed to just catch Sunshine Village in this shot. If you're familiar with looking at maps of ski hills, then you'll recognize the patterns on the slopes at the top of this shot. If you're familiar with Sunshine, you'll recognize Goat's Eye Mountian, the backside of Delirium Dive, the Eagles, Lookout Mountain and Mount Standish.

I used to have a season pass there and, for a while, I was able to go boarding five days a week. Man, I miss that powder.

Thirty three feet of snow annually, three and a half thousand board-able acres on three mountains.

Not the greatest photo, but it has a sentimental value for me.

Show this photo on a map ✈

EXIF

Camera: COOLPIX P6000
Lens Type:
Focal Length: 13.6 mm
35mm Focal Length: ? mm
Exposure: 1/170 sec
Aperture: f 6.1
ISO: 64


Taken: 2009-03-29 01:42:03
Posted: 2009-04-19 | 23:11


Tags & Categories