Sunday, July 1, 2007

Hiking in the "wilds" of Maryland

Early this morning, I went on a hike at Sugarloaf Mountain in Dickerson, MD. This mountain is interesting because it is privately owned, but has accessible trails for all. The hikes are short (between 1/4 mile and 7 miles--most around 1.5 miles), but a couple are rather challenging. I went on the shorter, steeper trails because I had to be at work by 2 p.m.

So I kidnapped my "brother" Sam, author of the Sampedia (here's his entry on me, for your amusement), and my sister (for real) Sarah (for her Sampedia entry click here!) at 9 a.m. The weather was perfect. I brought my camera and took lots of pictures. I'm proud of how much my photography skills have improved since taking over the yearbook two years ago. Not that I am a good photographer by any stretch of the imagination, but I'm starting to figure out a bit more about light and composition. Check out the album:

Turn on the comments if you want a bit more info.

Note (posted late night July 1, edited a bit July 2 AM)

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