10 Tips How to Avoid Blurry Pictures when Shooting from a Kayak

Compact waterproof digital cameras like Pentax Optio W-series or Olympus Tough series are popular among paddlers. They may not offer the highest image quality among point-and-shoot cameras, but they still produce decent pictures. Most importantly, you can photograph in conditions […]

8 Years Ago: First Impressions of New Waterproof Camera – Pentax Optio WP

In April of 2005 I bought my first digital waterproof camera – Pentax Optio WP. It was pretty unique little camera at that time which really changed my paddling photography and blogging. Since then, I have upgraded through several models […]
Suction Cup Mounts on Inflatable Badfish SUP ?

Suction Cup Mounts on Inflatable Badfish SUP ?

I am using suction cups on all my kayaks and canoes to mount cameras and GPS devices. Of course, you need a smooth surface to attach a suction cup. Rinsing the deck of your boat with water usually provides a […]
South Platte River at Fort Lupton – Northern Colorado Paddling

South Platte River at Fort Lupton – Northern Colorado Paddling

I haven’t paddled my JKK Supernova kayak since 2012 Missouri River 340 race. I decided that to rinse some Missouri mud off. Paddling upstream with GoPro camera mounted in the front deck. About 2 miles upstream of Fort Lupton. The […]

Winter Walk Along the Poudre River in Fort Collins

All my local paddling waters are covered by ice. Even the Horsetooth Reservoir is partially frozen as seen in this recent picture of the Inlet Bay. So, it’s time for more hiking, biking and inline skating or driving to the […]
Stand Up Paddling the South Platte River below Denver

Stand Up Paddling the South Platte River below Denver

November 3, 2012. Paddling Bark Expedition SUP on the South Platte River near Kersey, Colorado. Camera: GoPro Hero. It was my first time with SUP on a river – a short, but intense upstream / downstream workout starting at the […]
Bark Expedition SUP After Paddling Workout

Bark Expedition SUP After Paddling Workout

October 19 2012. After paddling Bark Expedition SUP on Beaver Pond in Arapaho Bend Natural Area. Camera: Pentax Optio WG2.

Related posts: SUP on the South Platte River – Opening Winter Paddling Season SUP Gallery in Fitness Paddling blog Daily Paddling Picture Gallery

Last Day of October – Paddling SUP and Overheating in Hydroskin

Last Day of October – Paddling SUP and Overheating in Hydroskin

October 31 2012. Last day of October on Beaver Pond in Arapaho Bend Natural Area. Camera: GoPro Hero. The new GoPro Hero 3 is supposed to have less wide angle lens distortion. I keep paddling my Bark Expedition paddleboard on […]
Riverbend Ponds in Late Fall Scenery

Riverbend Ponds in Late Fall Scenery

October 24 2012. One of seven lakes in Riverbend Ponds Natural Area from a morning photowalk. Camera: Canon EOS 5D. Riverbend Ponds is one of City of Fort Collins Natural Area created along the Cache la Poudre River from former […]

There are 4 comments so far

  • Bill Ashworth
    3 years ago

    Marek – what do you know about the condition of the South Platte put-ins/take-outs and river courses traditionally used by the Joint Clubs March event? Poudre and RMCC are organizing for 2015 and looking for information

    Thanks!
    Bill Ashworth
    RMCC

  • Marek Author
    3 years ago

    I haven’t paddled the South Platte this year yet. Last year, I paddled the river around Kuner and Kersey – no significant changes in river character or access after flooding there. I haven’t seen Riverside Park in Evans after re-opening. I may have some updates in the next couple of weeks.

  • 2 years ago

    Hi Marek – Great pictures! This canoe stabilizer and platform may help if you have a tripod on your Penobscot.

    http://wingmanoutfitter.com/blog/

  • 2 years ago

    Hi Larry. I go to southwestern Wyoming where my dad lives and saretm fish with sinners and do some fly fishing. Been doing it every year since I was in third grade. Lots of water up there this year so fishing was slow but still fun. Love to pan fry smaller trout or wrap them in tin foil with some butter and garlic and put them on a grill or in the coals of a camp fire for about 30 minutes. Can’t go wrong with either method.RG

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