Title: Log Slide

Capture Date/Time: July 9 2005 16:14
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 44mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 1/500 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

Taken at Pictured Rocks in Michigan, the log slide is a cliff that loggers used to transport the freshly chopped trees down to the boats for transport. This steep cliff was all sand, which takes only a few seconds to walk down but walking back up can take hours since you continually slide/sink backwards due to the sand. I didn't walk all the way down since I hear its quite a steep fall :)

5 commentsAdd yours

07.27.05/02:22 AM aramzis said:

oh my god. so good. i love the balance - blue water and sky on the left and clouds, earth, and the foreground plants on the right.

07.27.05/09:44 AM erik said:

really beautiful picture. looks really man made. also looks like it will collapse any time now because of lack of vegetation...

07.27.05/10:37 AM mike said:

Very cool shot, Archie. Great reflection in the Lake. Don't often get that around here...

07.27.05/03:45 PM Entropy Hotel said:


07.28.05/03:01 AM Yati said:

great sense of tranquil been found here