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Old Nov 28, 2010, 11:23 PM   #1
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Spent Thanksgiving with our daughter and her husband at their mountain lodge, at 8,500 ft. elevation. Here is their view of the lake from the breakfast "nook". A 5-shot HDR.
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...and, here is their mountain retreat from the entry drive. A 3-shot HDR
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a 3 shot hdr ? what steps were these walter ? these look like stuck in custom hdr goodwork walter and the lodge is just stunning when i win the lottery im going to get myself one of those
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Old Nov 29, 2010, 11:19 AM   #4
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Exterior from another angle. 3-shot HDR. 14,000 sq. ft. structure.
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I'm not a big fan of HDR (looks a bit artificial); however, I am a huge fan of your daughter's 14,000 sq.ft. house. At the expense of being too nosy, let me address the 6,000 lb gorilla in the room and ask "How does one come to own such a magnificient place????"
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I'm not a big fan of HDR (looks a bit artificial); however, I am a huge fan of your daughter's 14,000 sq.ft. house. At the expense of being too nosy, let me address the 6,000 lb gorilla in the room and ask "How does one come to own such a magnificient place????"
Here's the formula: Pitch 16 seasons in the major leagues, win the world series, pitch a no-hitter, retire at 40, then marry a well-known national TV investigative reporter. ;-)
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Here's the formula: Pitch 16 seasons in the major leagues, win the world series, pitch a no-hitter, retire at 40, then marry a well-known national TV investigative reporter. ;-)

Oh, just that simple. Why didn't I think of that.
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Walter,
Great pictures as always. Just one question, do you have to shovel that driveway?lol
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Here's the formula: Pitch 16 seasons in the major leagues, win the world series, pitch a no-hitter, retire at 40, then marry a well-known national TV investigative reporter. ;-)

Ah...got it! Not sure my wife would go for me marrying a well-known national TV investigative reporter.
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