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High-Res picture of Stuart from Ingalls area

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Fred Beckey is looking for a high resolution and good quality picture of Stuart from Ingalls Lake/Peak.


Late afternoon or evening light will probably be best.


He wants to use the picture in a book, so you would get a photo credit.


Post your best shots here and I will point him to this thread.


If you would prefer to email them, you can send them to me and I will forward them to Fred.


alpinfox at yahoo dot com

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Not taken from Ingalls Lake/Peak, but both shots are from evening hours, and are 2736x3648 pixel resolution (the copies posted below are reduced size of course). PM if you want'em



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Thanks for all the contributions folks. Piston's pic with the larches is pretty sweet, but Dennyt's picture had the clearest view of the west ridge, so it looks like that is the one Fred is going to go with.


DennyT, I sent you a PM. Please email me with your contact info.


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