Out n about
Itâs no doubt Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding areas are picturesque, so send your shots to be printed in the Mammoth Times! Step 1: Take amazing photos. Step 2: Make sure
your photos are big enough for print (200 dpi resolution at ï¬nal ï¬nished print size). Step 3: Email them as .jpeg ï¬les to email@example.com. Step 4: In the email, include
your ï¬rst and last name, when and where you took the photo. Also, please identify any people in your picture. Step 5: Look in the Out ân about section to see it published!
Clockwise from top left: Big Ice Fall, Lee Vining Ice Falls. Photo/Cheryl Hogan. â¢ Climber in Blue near Reversed Creek. The ice was breaking off in the warm tempturatures making it a dangerous climb. This is the
area where a local man died about 10 years ago. There are lots of serious injuries happening so helmets and protective gear are highly encouraged. Photo/Cheryl Hogan. â¢ Woolly Mammoth fst bumbs a skier at the
top of Chair 2. Photo/Marc Margulies. â¢ This plaque is on the eastbound side of Old Mammoth Road near the entrance to Snowcreek. Those who have left us in body, are still here in spirit. Photo/Jesse Barlet
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