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Explore powder filled mountains and beautifulvistas with professional photographer Chris Miller.

Big mountain Alaska skiing, powder face shots, Air and Jumps.Holiday season resort snowboarding, skiing, powder? Come ski somevirtual pow with us.

Set your wallpaper to your favorite shot.

Buy the pro version for only 199 cents for breath taking powdershots!

About Photographer:
Chris Miller is a Freelance Photographer based in Juneau, Alaskawho focuses primarily on Commercial Fishing, Backcountry Skiing,and photojournalism. His work has appeared in: Newsweek, the NewYork Times, Alaska Magazine, Anchorage Daily News, Juneau Empire,the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, on CNN and the Daily Show withJon Stewart, and various other international publications as wellas several books. Currently he is working on a long term photoproject on the commercial fishery in Bristol Bay. If you’d like tosee some more photographs visit: www.csmphotos.com

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Deep powder front side grab by Yarrow.

A snowboarder floats effortlessly on a blanket of freshsnow.

Go big or go home. Are piece suits are making a come back

Ryland Bell show us how to fly and touch your toes.

Some times it helps to feel the ground.

A group of hikers takes a break to plan the snowy decent.

Some time the sun does shine but only briefly during an Alaskanwinter.

Jonney Bressette scopes out the take off above the clouds.

Balance and skill makes for a comfortable landing.

Fresh powder snow flows around Jonney as he launches into thinair.

Panowow! Pow the powder is all around. Either snowboarders useski poles or hes helping out.

Soft as a babies butt and you can carve it like a turkey.

A Boeing pilot would smile during this landing.

A one handed board fakey..... no ones watching grab.

Could be an avalanche, perhaps a slash?

Kid these day grow wings.

Not sure where this snow surfer came from.

We can see by the clumps of snow, at one time Mark Rainery mighthave obeyed gravity.

Luke Thoringon a snowboarder is also recruited by gravityconsultant.

Not only can Matt hover above snow he can also produce turbotrusted steam from his left pinky.

Deep powder front side grab by Yarrow.

A snowboarder floats effortlessly on a blanket of freshsnow.

Go big or go home. Are piece suits are making a come back

Ryland Bell show us how to fly and touch your toes.

Some times it helps to feel the ground.

A group of hikers takes a break to plan the snowy decent.

Some time the sun does shine but only briefly during an Alaskanwinter.

Jonney Bressette scopes out the take off above the clouds.

Balance and skill makes for a comfortable landing.

Fresh powder snow flows around Jonney as he launches into thinair.

Panowow! Pow the powder is all around. Either snowboarders useski poles or hes helping out.

Soft as a babies butt and you can carve it like a turkey.

A Boeing pilot would smile during this landing.


Not sure where this snow surfer came from.

We can see by the clumps of snow, at one time Mark Rainery mighthave obeyed gravity.

Luke Thoringon a snowboarder is also recruited by gravityconsultant.

Not only can Matt hover above snow he can also produce turbotrusted steam from his left pinky.

obviously, Matt is not golfing. NASA gravity consultantalso?

Top Ten ski resorts:

Aspen, Colorado
Cortina, Italy
Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
Stowe, Vermont
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France
Banff/Lake Louise, Alberta
Vail, Colorado
Zermatt, Switzerland
Kitzbuhel, Austria
Whistler Blackcomb, British
Banff/Lake Louise, Alberta, Western Canada


Top ten biggest ski areas:

Les 3 Vallées, France
Paradiski, France
Via Lattea, Italy & France
Sella ronda Italy, part of Dolomiti Superski
Les Sybelles France
4 Vallées Switzerland
Matterhorn ski paradise Switzerland & Italy
Espace Killy France
Avoriaz France & Switzerland part of Portes du Soleil
Skiwelt Austria

App Information Snowboarders Delight Pro

  • App Name
    Snowboarders Delight Pro
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    com.panowow.android.snowboarderspro
  • Updated
    December 14, 2012
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    Android 2.2 and up
  • Version
    2.0
  • Developer
    panowow.com
  • Installs
    100 - 500
  • Price
    $1.99
  • Category
    Personalization
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