Final Boundary Waters Images that Escaped the Cutting Room Floor
During any trip, I take lots of photos, sometimes a dozen of a single angle. I am searching for that the perfect shot. It is rare that I actually get it, but I keep trying. Nowadays, with digital photography, it is is cheap and possible to keep everything. I like to keep my photos, but I am not that much of a pack rat, so I tend to delete about 50% of my images. My process is to return home and skim the pictures for the gems. These I may share. I don't delete any right away, as I am always disappointed in my work at first. Then with time I return and find them much better. At this point, I go through and purge the ones I don't like. As I did my final clean up of the spring 2011 BWCAW trip, I came across a few more images that I thought were worth sharing.
Here is the Boundary Waters:
Sunset on Slim Lake.
A towering beaver damn along the Little Indian Sioux River.
A rare sight in the boundary waters, a sandy beach.
Finding our way after a long portage.
Nick Graham - Nomad Photography