SPAM #9: Putting the “V” in VTah Part V

By:  Greg
December 9, 2010 9:25 pm | Category: Skiing, SPAM

The Skiing Photos AMalgamated Series (SPAM) is FIS' way of stoking your fire for winter! Every-so-often we will be releasing a photo-amalgam, and offering the work as a FREE download to jazz up your desktop background. GIT SUM!

The SPAM Series returns after a brief hiatus here on FIS! This week we’ve got some follow-up coverage from the completely absurd, completely over the top powder skiing in Vermont featured in our most recent TR: VTah Part V. Here’s Ben on day two of the event schussing his way through some just ridiculous powder… something tells me this won’t be the last SPAM installment–or SPAMSTALLMENT if you will–you’ll be seeing from VTah Part V! I realize it’s not the most technical, or involved SPAM we’ve done yet, but I just like it for the simplicity. I suppose I also like the sheer deepness of the turns as well though!
Ben Peters schusses right on through VTah Part V

As always we’ve got this weeks SPAM available for a free download for your desktop background/wallpaper! Enjoy!

Might we suggest you share this SPAM on facebook if you like it? If you really like it we’ve got mega-wide posters (42″) of this and every SPAM shot so far for sale for $40 shipped. They are printed at a local printer on demand in Montpelier, VT. That’s why they’re a bit expensive. Click here to get a sense of how much resolution and detail our posters have. Contact us if you’re interested and we’ll set up the order. In any case thanks for checking out FIS, and PRAY FOR (EVEN MORE) SNOW!


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  1. Porter Haney
    wrote on December 10th, 2010 at 9:30 am  
  2. Chickenmeatball
    wrote on December 10th, 2010 at 9:37 am  

    hey friends, the turns were magnificent, i hope everyone enjoyed thoroughly! Any weather love with this next nor’easter coming in? Let the expert speak….thanks!

  3. Aaron
    wrote on December 10th, 2010 at 7:12 pm  

    SICK sequence, Greg. I’ve wondered what that would look like, and, well, here it is. Now to just get a camera with less lag time… :)

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