When You Go For A Hike - Don't Forget Your Camera
By Trevor Kugler
Hiking is one of the most relaxing and rewarding of all outdoor activities. Without question, one of the best experiences a person can have is finishing a two to five mile hike. Especially when that hike ends at the top of a mountain. The feeling of accomplishment that comes from a good hike is a better feeling than any drug can produce for you. The scenery that can be experienced on a hike is a thousand times better than any tour bus can show you as well.
It is imperative that you remember your camera on your next hike. A camera is the perfect way to capture the "feeling" that the scenery provides you. In this day and age, digital cameras have become so small and lightweight that they can easily be carried in a fanny pack for easy access.
While on a hike, it's not uncommon to stumble across wildlife. Wildlife that you probably don't get the opportunity to see in the wild very often. A camera is obviously the perfect way to chronicle any wildlife that you come across. What if you stumbled across something extremely rare? Such as a mountain lion. It would be nice to be able to take a picture of the mountain lion and share it with your friends and colleagues. What if you stumbled across a Yeti? It would sure be nice to get a good picture of that, right?
Hiking is one of the best ways to enjoy nature. Aristotle said of nature: "In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous." One of the best ways to find the marvelous is by going for a hike. And to capture a piece of the marvelous you must remember your camera. I suggest that you get your hands on a small camera and just leave it in your fanny pack. Then when you need it, it will always be there.
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