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The smallest big mountain you'll ever see
Rule number 18.57b in the travel blogger's handbook states that we have to fawn over tilt-shift videos, and this gem from Jackson Hole, Wyoming is no exception. In a way, it makes big-mountain snow riding a less daunting endeavor, making the precarious slopes look like tiny hills over which one might jump to get to the neighborhood creek or the community pool. In another way, it makes me miss the long hard days of double black diamonds and the trees in Blackcomb. Either way, it's a great, unique method to capture this beautiful terrain.
Great work by Tristan Greszko in composing this slick video.
[via Wired and Jenna Schnuer]