All articles tagged as 'Sunrise Skiing Photos'

On Being Beholden of Beholdin’ Golden Dawns
December 13th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 3 Comments

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It's hard not to be beholden of golden dawns. What is this primitive instinct of ours? What is our sense of aesthetics that causes us--almost universally--to be taken aback at the sight of early morning light? Perhaps something about the contrast and the brilliance of a morning sun triggers some homunculus ... ...Read more

Several Sunrises
November 26th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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Last week featured an epic high pressure system that hung over the (hungover?) north-east for days on end. Needless to say, in such a weather pattern, the chances of powder snow are slim-to-none. The FIS Eastern Bureau made the best of the situation though (whilst reading and drooling over the ... ...Read more

TR: High Pressure
January 3rd, 2011 | By:  Sam

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Allen, Brian, and I have been doing our best to make the most of a great weather situation over the last few days. Click on the photo for the full TR.

SPAM #10: Magic Powder Turn
December 16th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 8 Comments

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As a follow up to our analysis of the magic behind a powder turn in The POWstige earlier this week, we've got a fresh SPAM for your viewing pleasure. Today we've got several shots taken during a Vermont dawn patrol hot on the heels of VTah Part V. KC and ... ...Read more

The POWstige
December 12th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 16 Comments

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Are you reading closely? Every powder turn has three parts... or acts. The first act is called "The Pledge." In order to get a powder turn, the glissader gathers something ordinary: potential energy. They do so by either motorized, or self-propelled ( link) means, but either way it requires some commitment, ... ...Read more

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