Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Where in the World? Wednesday 5.20.09


One of my Rick Sammon On-Location Light Controller and Tote goes to the first non-professional photographer (in the US) who most accurately describes the location in which I took this photograph.

Post your answer here. Don't know? Take a guess. Who knows?

Good luck!
Rick
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23 comments:

nolanstern said...

Yellowstone Park

Mary Lou said...

Don't know but would love to go!

Ian Lacy said...

Utah!

Rick Sammon said...

I guess I'll need to post a hint after a few mo' guesses :-)

BigDogLittleDogBlog said...

Cuba!

Ed said...

Pine Tree Caves, Australia

Tobias said...

Glacier National Park

teanuh said...

Canadian Rockies - banff national park, maybe?

Wanderer said...

Yosemite National Park

Wayne said...

Grand Canyon

Frank said...

How about Matterhorn Peak, California

Rick Sammon said...

Hey all... a "detailed" description. :-)

an example of a detailed description would be:

New York City, Times Square, shooting from inside a Taxi cab.

Good luck!

nolanstern said...

Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, shooting from a Cave.

john said...

It looks like you are shooting from inside a snow cave. I'll go ahead and say it's in Yosemite National Park

Tim Ellis said...

Black Hills, South Dakota shooting from a small plane or helicopter

Erik said...

Alabama Hills, California. Looking through natural arch at Mt. Whitney.

Frank said...

In South Dakota, shooting out of Wind Cave to Blackhills Mountain.

Roy said...

Location - Wyoming @ Grand Teton National Park.

Mike Braaten said...

Highline Trail in Glacier Park under a glacier.

Dean Roberts said...

Zion National Park

mettle said...

In Colorado, around Crested Butte area from the road with that crazy frame put around the picture

Frank said...

Castle Peak, Idaho as seen through a collage of potatoes, probably done in Photoshop.

Rick Sammon said...

And the winner is:
Blogger Mike Braaten said... Highline Trail in Glacier Park under a glacier.

Mike most accurately described the location - the opening in the glacier was a big clue. And the trail was right on.

Tobias said: Glacier National Park.. but that was not as accurate as our winner.

Mike, send me your address (ricksammon@me.com) and I will send out your tote in about two weeks.


Thanks to all for playing along.
Rick