|Tombstone Mountain & Talus Lake|
Back in 1990 when I walked south-north through the Yukon Territory I took many photographs, all of them on transparency film. Recently I've had a few of these scanned. One appears in the September issue of The Great Outdoors as I've written about the walk in my column. Here are the others.
|Post-storm light on Pilot Mountain in the Miners Range|
|In the Ogilvie Mountains|
|Sunset over the Yukon River at Fort Selkirk|
|All my gear|
|Tombstone Mountain and Talus Lake|
|Stop for soup in the Richardson Mountains|
|In the Richardson Mountains|
Photographic note: When I checked my notes I found I'd taken more camera gear on this trip than I think I have on any other long distance walk. I carried Nikon F801 and FM2 SLR bodies, Nikkor 35-70 f3.3-5.6, Nikkor 24mm f2.8 and Sigma 70-210 f4.5-5.6 lenses, a Tamron 2x converter, and a Cullman 2101 tripod. Films were Fujichrome 50, 100 and 400. In total I shot 66 rolls of 36 exposure film (batches went in my supply boxes). The total weight of my camera gear including padded cases was, I am now shocked to discover, 9lbs/4kg.