We post photos of Badger Mountain and the people who climb it, work on it, or just take pictures of it. There’s no particular rhyme or reason to the photos we have, they’re just a sampling of the ones we’ve collected over the years that are either pleasing, tell a story, or illustrate how people take to Badger Mt. And we’d love to have a few of yours, too, to add to the collection.
2020 - 15th Anniversary Gallery
2020- Annual Celebration
2020 - Trail Maintenance
Flowers of Badger Mountain
2019 - Annual Celebration
2018 - Volunteers
2018 - Trailwork
2018 - Annual Celebration
2017 - Candy Mountain Preserve & Trail Dedication
January 2017 - Celebration
2016 - Candy Mountain Trail
2016 Ridges Campaign Thank you Reception
January 2016 Celebration
January 2015 Celebration
January 2014 Celebration
January 2013 Celebration
If you’d like to send us some of your photos, here are some general guidelines:
1) First, you must be the of the photos or have the rights to send them in, and by doing so, you are allowing us to use the photos on the rare occasions when we need a photo for our Web site or in slide shows, brochures, posters, or other public displays.
2) Attach your JPEG photo files to an e-mail and send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3) In the e-mail, please include your name, the date the photos were taken, a brief description of the scenes (unless there’s something specific you want to point out). If you’d rather not have your name associated with the photos, well, how about our using just your first name? Let us know.
4) If you’re skilled at dealing with digital photos, you could reduce the image size of each photo to 1000 pixels wide for landscape orientation, or 600 wide for portrait. Please be picky choosing the ones to send, as we normally post just a few from any given outing.
5) If you’re not a digital photo maven, you can send full-sized images and we’ll reduce their size, no problem. But please send just a few so as not to bog down the e-mail. Finally, if you’re not sure about any of this discussion, send just one photo and we’ll write back as to how to proceed. The main thing is. . . .