This red Penobscot 16 from Old Town Canoes is a new addition to my paddling fleet. I got it from in Cheyenne. Right now, it is my only tandem boat, although, the Badfish SUP can accommodate two people.
This is the first boat bought as a photography prop. Now, I need to produce 50-100 saleable pictures to recover the cost. Red canoe on a calm lake with snowy mountains in a background comes to my mind. Maybe, Grand Teton or Clacier National Park? Well, after some abstracts shot in a garage, the first field photo sessions took place in February 2014 on the Poudre River in Fort Collins. There is up to 0.5 mile of calm or slow water behind a diversion dam accessible from the Kingfisher Point Natural Area near Nix Farm. This river section can be paddled even at a minimal river flow including winter time if it is not frozen.
You are welcome to check new paddling pictures in my stock photography portfolio. There are available for immediate download and licensing as royalty free images.
I will try to photograph other boats from my paddling fleet: kayaks, canoes, SUPs (stand up paddleboard) and a packraft. I am really waiting for some green color …
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