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Tour Mont Blanc (TMB).  17 July 2004.  Hike  Portland  TMB  The Alps 
Jul 17, 2004
  The Alps, Portland, Hike, TMB  
In Our America.  15 September 2019.  Portland 
Sep 15, 2019
  Portland  
Ling and Stephen .  21 September 2019.  Oregon  Portland 
Sep 21, 2019
  Oregon, Portland  
 
 
 
Tour Mont Blanc (TMB)
Sat 17 Jul 2004      Hike - Portland  TMB - The Alps
Tour Mont Blanc (TMB)
     Sat 17 Jul 2004      Hike - Portland  TMB - The Alps
 
 
 

We are at the Portland airport waiting for our flight to Geneva. We'll spend a night in Geneva, a couple in Chamonix, and then we'll begin our hike of the Tour du Mont Blanc.

 
 
 
Regina, Paul, Emily, and Linda +      
 
 
Regina, Paul, Emily, and Linda +      
 
 
Regina, Paul, Emily, and Linda +      
 
 
In Our America
Sun 15 Sep 2019      Portland 
In Our America
     Sun 15 Sep 2019      Portland 
 
 
 
Portland yard sign      
 
 
Portland yard sign      
 
 
Portland yard sign      
 
 

 
 
 
Ling and Stephen
Sat 21 Sep 2019      Oregon - Portland 
Ling and Stephen
     Sat 21 Sep 2019      Oregon - Portland 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Dinner with Ling and Stephen      
Here's a delicious dinner in Portland with our friends. As expected, shooting at 5000 iso comes with some grain, but converting to Acros and sliding in a little noise reduction cleans the photo up nicely. Of course it begs the question, why didn't I shoot at 1.4?
 
 
Dinner with Ling and Stephen      
Here's a delicious dinner in Portland with our friends. As expected, shooting at 5000 iso comes with some grain, but converting to Acros and sliding in a little noise reduction cleans the photo up nicely. Of course it begs the question, why didn't I shoot at 1.4?
 
 
Dinner with Ling and Stephen      
Here's a delicious dinner in Portland with our friends. As expected, shooting at 5000 iso comes with some grain, but converting to Acros and sliding in a little noise reduction cleans the photo up nicely. Of course it begs the question, why didn't I shoot at 1.4?