August 8, 2010

Log Chute, Snow Summit


Once in a while I carry my camera (Panasonic DMC_LX3) with me on runs.  I do this to force myself to look at what's around me. I'm always glad when I do.  Today I was climbing up the face of the ski run Log Chute at Snow Summit located in Big Bear Lake, California.  Have you ever been to a ski resort in the summer?  Its not a bad time of year to visit one.  No people, no traffic, no stress.  Just blue sky, warm air and awesome scenery.

These are just a few shots of what I saw around me.




















7 comments:

Asha said...

i do the same thing every once in a while-- there is something about carrying a camera that makes you appreciate the world around you in different way. Thanks for the reminder!

Colin Hayes said...

Looks like a beautiful place to run! Now that I'm in "ultra mode" (and not so hung up about my pace), I may carry a camera in my waist belt for similar opportunities.

Nathan said...

Great pictures thanks for sharing.

shannon said...

Nice pics! I have started to carry my camera during races. Most courses are very scenic and many of the runners can be quite entertaining as well, especially costumed runners!

Will said...

Asha, keep the faith!
Colin, ultra mode is the only mode!
Nathan, keep pumping that Iron.
Shannon, my costume is my secret!

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Anonymous said...

Just went skiing up there recently. I never stopped to realize how beautiful it is in the summer!