Month: September 2020

If you’re a camping enthusiast, no doubt you’ve run across plenty of tips on how to survive in the cold. But do you know how to handle extreme heat? Compared to stories of adventures along frozen lakes or blustery mountaintops, you’ll find far fewer stories regarding how to survive — let alone, thrive — camping
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Regardless of a subject’s impact, if the background is busy, has distractions, is too bright, etc., the photo falls short. Learn to treat your background with the same importance you treat your subject. It’s a winning formula. Think back to your Photo 101 days when you were shown the cliched image of a person with
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Camping Stove Meals. Cooking a full English breakfast with a Jetboil Minimo As requested by many of you. Thank you, it’s much appreciated…here’s how you buy me a coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/PaulMessner Support the channel and early video access and giveaways – https://www.patreon.com/paulmessner Link to my Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/paulmessner This video filmed with: https://geni.us/iphone_11_pro https://geni.us/gopro-Hero8 https://geni.us/RODE_WIRELESS_GO Gear
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Novice and professional archers alike must practice to maintain, improve, and fine-tune their skills. When access to an archery range is out of reach, turning to a backyard archery target is a cheap, easy, and effective option. The thing about archery practice is that you need to do a lot of it to maintain accuracy.
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Congratulations to Bob Faucher for winning the recent Summer Storms Assignment with the image, “Electrical Storm,” which was taken near Thermopolis, Wyoming. See more of Bob Faucher’s work at www.faucherphotography.com. View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your
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Camping, Groceries, Korean Supermarket, Seafoods, etc…This Channel is where Videos have always stories to tell whether cultures, ways of life, it is always about what is going on around us and our experiences in dealing with it.
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Photo By Kevin King Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Swirlpool” by Kevin King. Location: West Virginia. “A large eddy at the base of a remote waterfall in West Virginia,” describes King. Nikon D800E. Exposure: 30 sec., f/11, ISO 50. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments
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The ultimate step-by-step guide to dehydrating food for backpacking! This video will show you exactly how to dehydrate your own backpacking food including: cooking, loading the dehydrator, packaging, and more! ► Step-by-step written instructions here: https://amandaoutside.com/blog/diy-backpacking-food ► Get delicious backpacking breakfast recipes… oatmeal, granola, and more! DOWNLOAD MY FREE BACKPACKERS COOKBOOK HERE: http://bit.ly/backpacking-recipes-amanda-outside ► ITEMS
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National Public Lands Day is Saturday, September 26. Here’s how you can take part. National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer event for public lands. The National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) established the holiday in 1994, and it’s been held annually in September ever since. Besides bringing thousands of people together
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Photo By Sam Folsom Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Flow Through Rock” by Sam Folsom. Location: Yosemite National Park, California. “Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite as the water makes its way through the rocks during the dry season,” describes Folsom. See more of Sam Folsom’s work at www.samfolsom.com. Photo of the Day is chosen from
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Flannels are the unofficial cold-weather uniform of the outdoors. Suit up with picks that span the gamut from performance to fashion. Nothing says fall like a flannel. Crisp nights by the campfire, brisk mornings chopping wood, and chilly days in town all pair perfectly with the warm and stylish shoulder-season staple. Today’s flannel evolved from
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Photo By Christine Haines “A friend arranged a photo tour to Lake Clark National Park, Alaska, in order to photograph coastal brown bears,” says Christine Haines. “This was my second time at the park during the same time period. However, on this visit, we didn’t have as many bears digging for clams or young cubs
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Photo By Donnell Allen Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Tiptoe Through the Lupines” by Donnell Allen. Location: Crested Butte, Colorado. “This black bear was making his way down the hillside of lupines, seemingly oblivious to all the beautiful wildflowers,” says Allen. See more of Donnell Allen’s photography at donnellallen.myportfolio.com. Photo of the Day is
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Photo By Dave Elendt Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Sunset on Long’s Peak” by Dave Elendt. Location: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the
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“Visualization” is not a new concept in photography, but it’s one often suggested to photographers. Ansel Adams popularized the idea, and you can watch Adams describe it himself in a video at The Ansel Adams Gallery’s website. “As we talk about photography,” Adams said, “we speak of the external event, which is, we’ll call it
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Step up your camping food with these make-ahead mason jar meals, including noodle soup, breakfast oats and banana pudding. Find more great content from Travel Channel: Travel Channel YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/travelchanneltv Subscribe to Travel Channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=travelchanneltv Follow Travel Channel on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/travelchannel Like Travel Channel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelChannel/
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The difference between recovering or losing an animal often comes down to your ability to track it. Here are some tips to keep meat in your freezer rather than out in the ether. You made the shot, but the work isn’t over yet. Your prize has run off into the woods after being hit, and
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