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Old Sep 30, 2007, 7:57 PM   #1
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Taken along a road heading to Silver Jack Resevoir , Ridgeway,CO.

Canon 40D :G, tripod mounted.

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Old Oct 9, 2007, 4:58 PM   #2
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Nice shot, and super gallery...........................musket
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This deserves to be framed on the wall.
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A true joy to observe like almost every picture in your fabulous gallery

Btw, I wonder if that's the work of a wide angle lens or stitchwork...
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Old Oct 11, 2007, 8:46 AM   #5
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I second Bahadir's remarks! Great work!

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musket wrote:
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Thank you musket.....I had so much fun on this trip out to Colorado.
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This deserves to be framed on the wall.
I have so many favorites from this trip it is hard to decide what to print and frame. This is definitely one of them. Thanks for stopping by.
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A true joy to observe like almost every picture in your fabulous gallery

Btw, I wonder if that's the work of a wide angle lens or stitchwork...
Oh bahadir......you always bring a smile to my face. I took this with my 40D, Tamron 18-200 @ 22mm. I cropped a bit off the bottom so it widened the shot I guess you could say. No stitch work.
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I second Bahadir's remarks! Great work!

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Bob, Again thanks for stopping by and your kind words. They are always appreciated.

Keep watching my gallery, I keep adding to it.
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