Turns - 1904Photography

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Ever wonder what turns 1904Photography.com shoots on? See me say I'm shooting the call box turn on my Instagram and wonder what do I mean? Here is a list and description of the turns 1904 shoots on and what photos the turn can yield. They are in order from the lowest on the mountain to the highest.

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This is the Big Turn Out, Look Out, Half Way Point. Whatever you want to call it. It's got a few names, more I'm sure I haven't heard of. This is the half way point, with a big turn out, as the names imply. Most riders use this spot as a place to turn around. I usually don't shoot higher than this spot because of this reason. After this point, the road slowly starts to get rougher and rougher. There are a lot of patches and tar snakes after this point because of the snow fall and plows in the winter. 

**NOTE** When using this as a turn around point, be very cautious as people are still coming down and it is a blind turn. There have been numerous accidents here from people cutting in front of on coming traffic to enter the turn out. Use one of the lower turnouts instead. 

The turn yields photos like this: January 11, 2009

This is the Big Turn Out, Look Out, Half Way Point. Whatever you want to call it. It's got a few names, more I'm sure I haven't heard of. This is the half way point, with a big turn out, as the names imply. Most riders use this spot as a place to turn around. I usually don't shoot higher than this spot because of this reason. After this point, the road slowly starts to get rougher and rougher. There are a lot of patches and tar snakes after this point because of the snow fall and plows in the winter. **NOTE** When using this as a turn around point, be very cautious as people are still coming down and it is a blind turn. There have been numerous accidents here from people cutting in front of on coming traffic to enter the turn out. Use one of the lower turnouts instead. The turn yields photos like this: January 11, 2009

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