Photos are Phixed

posted Sep 19, 2013, 3:36 PM by Paul Wagner
The light changed every moment as the sun went down.©backpackthesierra.comWell, it's been a lot of work, but we've managed to go through all of our thousands of Picasa photos and correct them for the glitch that Google somehow installed in all the vertical format photos.  Not fun--although in fairness to Picasa/Google, it was only about 2/3 of the photos that had to be adjusted. 
 
Grrr. 
 
But that exercise also gave us the chance to look at a lot of photos...and that led to re-living all of those wonderful backpacking trips.  There were some good times there!
 
So in celebration of making the most of a bad thing, we've posted a few more of our favorite vertical format photos here.  We hope that they give you joy, and inspire you to get out and hike.
 
 
Above:  Lower Ottoway Lake in Yosemite
Pretty inviting, huh?©http://backpackthesierra.com
 
Above:  Devil's Punchbowl in the John Muir Wilderness
 
A family photo, Sierra sunset style.©http://backpackthesierra.com
 
Above:  Self portrait at Leighton Lake in the Emigrant Wilderness
 
Quarter moon from our campsite©http://backpackthesierra.com 
 
Crescent Moon by Rutherford Lake in the John Muir Wilderness
 
Cascades just below Ediza Lake. 
 
Shadow Creek in the Ansel Adams Wilderness
 
Shepherd's Crest and our hero. ©http://backpackthesierra.com
P at Soldier Lake in Northeastern Yosemite
 
And we also hope that we never have to go through and fix them all again!
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