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    A bit of paddling and fishing just before sunset.
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      Killarney is an awesome destination ... from last years trip

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        Paddling out of Lake Lila site 14 on the "C" portion of the Whitney Loop. My dog Copper and trusty Stewart River Prospector.

        PA110204 by Barry Rains, on Flickr
        My canoe can beat up your kayak.

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          Wind river trip last summer Peel river watershed(why are they side ways? Who knows!!)

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            Flowering dogwood, redbud, and open water

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                Camp near the height-of-land between the Thelon River and the Snowdrift River, Northwest Territories, 2001. Kathleen and I had hoped to return very near here this summer.

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                  Originally posted by Canotrouge View Post
                  why are they side ways? Who knows!!)
                  Most newer phones and cameras have a sensor in them that knows when the camera is being held vertical or horizontal. It embeds this information into the picture's file. Some programs read that information and some don't. If a program does read that information then it will automatically rotate the image when you open it. If it doesn't read that information then you have to rotate the image manually. Presumably this forum does not read that info from your phone/camera.

                  For example if I transfer an image from my phone to my computer it will not rotate automatically so any vertical shots are sideways. But if I upload that same image to Facebook (which does read that info) then the image appears correct.

                  Alan

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                    Originally posted by Jim Dodd View Post
                    Alan Gage in the background frying up some Bannock on the river bank.

                    What do you think Sadie is thinking in this pic ?

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                    That is quite the look she's giving you there. She must have thought you should still be petting her rather than taking a picture.

                    Alan

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                      Me on the Lewis River in Yellowstone National Park in 2004. Taken by forest rangers who anointed me the first outrigger canoe tripper in the history of the park.

                      The dead trees and the new growth trees are the aftermath of the devastating forest fire in Yellowstone in 1988.



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                        Canoe tripping with kids on the North Fork of the Flathead River in Montana, 2002.

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                        Hannah takes a break on the North Fork of the Flathead River in Montana, 2002.

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                          First weekend on the river this year for me!!
                          no photos of me... but one of my 12 years old daughter and her 13 years old cousin paddling a dagger caption ( there is 2 classII section on that section of river ) and they did awesome!!
                          well some pictures or the right way and some are side ways but the phone was always the same way for all the pictures....... so frustrating!!
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                            Tame deer in a Toronto cemetery, Humber river and Bloor... there are reports of wildlife moving in with the COVID lockdown... foxes, coyotes, etc. There have always been some deer in this cemetery, but never so tame. Photos taken this morning.


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