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Old Jul 21, 2008, 6:35 PM   #1
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Okay....so back in the 1800's this miner was all about view I think. Gosh....can you imagine his thoughts when he saw this piece of land? Taken along the road to Animas Forks ghost town in the San Juan Mtns of Colorado.

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Old Jul 21, 2008, 9:24 PM   #2
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Outstanding photo, beautiful.
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Old Jul 22, 2008, 1:56 AM   #3
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Dear Mandy, now this photo calls for some lines from Robert Frost : )

Btw, I should say the flow of the stream is well conveyed throughthe use of narrow aperture determining theshutter speed for an ample exposure time
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Outstanding photo, beautiful.
Thank you flutelady.....if only you could see it in person.
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Dear Mandy, now this photo calls for some lines from Robert Frost : )

Btw, I should say the flow of the stream is well conveyed throughthe use of narrow aperture determining theshutter speed for an ample exposure time
Thank you bahadir.....my intention was to slow the waterfall down and still maintain the rest of the photo...not sure I did that, but it works I guess.:sad:
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Now this is awesome, great picture and would be a wonderful place just to relax heck who needs a shower in that cabin when you have that beautiful waterfall there
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Now this is awesome, great picture and would be a wonderful place just to relax heck who needs a shower in that cabin when you have that beautiful waterfall there
Thanks hercules. Good supply of water there huh?
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