Articles by: Clint Losee

Millionaire's Pool Henry's Fork River

Henry’s Fork Photography

A few weeks back I made my annual trip to the Henry’s Fork River in Northeastern Idaho.  I don’t do this so much as a photography trip, but more for the aspect of the fishing.  Specifically speaking the fly fishing. Fly Fishing the Henry’s Fork River is an experience.  Ever […]

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GoPro Timelapse Panning Test Video

GoPro HD Hero2 Timelapse Panning Video Test

Recently I’ve become more and more intrigued by timelapse videos. Adding to that is the addition of a GoPro HD Hero2 camera that has basically a built in intervalometer. This makes for a dead simple process of capturing images while I’m out using the big DSLR for other still images. […]

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Donut Falls Cascading Water

Donut Falls Scenery

Donut Falls is a short hike in Big Cottonwood Canyon  and one of the most popular, easy, and simple things to do in Utah.  Being a short hike near the Salt Lake Valley, I figured what better way to use the couple hours I had early one Saturday morning.  Never […]

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U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds

Warriors Over The Wasatch Air Show

Back in May 2012 an air show came to Utah’s Hill Air Force base.  Called the Warriors Over The Wasatch, this was an air show that showcased numerous airplanes of the United States Air Force, and peaked with a performance by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. The event was held […]

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Bell Canyon Utah Hike Waterfall

Hiking in Utah, Camera in Hand

Pretty much anyone can relate to the feeling of not having enough time in the day to enjoy the things we love the most.  I’ve found that I’ve lost touch with the outdoors lately and decided that since I live in the great State of Utah, outdoors activities are not […]

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Maui Bamboo Forest

Maui Travels

Before heading to Hawaii this past month, I scoured the web for Maui attractions, what to see to see in Maui, and pretty much every search topic anyone else would come up with.  Numerous places popped up including one such being the road to Hana bamboo forests.  I saw photos […]

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San Diego Coastal Memories

I'd have to say that at times when Utah and other areas of the Western US are burning up (literally and temperature wise), it makes me wish I lived somewhere near the coast.  At the very least a simple vacation to San Diego would be nice right now. The San […]

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