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Old Jul 2, 2008, 12:40 PM   #1
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Here's a shot of Mt. Shasta Volcanic Peak that I took from the Sac. National Wildlife Refuge last December. I used the 500mm end of my 200-500mm Tamron to capture Mt. Shasta as it lined up with the end of this refuge road. I liked the framing the power poles provided. Mt. Shasta is about 100 miles north of this location.

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Old Jul 2, 2008, 12:43 PM   #2
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#2 Same volcanic mountain, same road, just a different location on the refuge and perspective.


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Nice composition. Is that a mountain in the distance beyond the house?
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Nice shots, Steve. I like the way you have gotten Mt. Shasta in the center in both shots.

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Nice composition. Is that a mountain in the distance beyond the house?
Thank you. No, the dark area behind the house is a large grove of eucalyptus (I think) trees. I zoomed way in on the original photo and they are definitely trees of some sort.
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Nice shots, Steve. I like the way you have gotten Mt. Shasta in the center in both shots.

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Thanks Cal, it was fantastically clear that day.

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