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Old May 24, 2005, 9:14 PM   #11
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Nice pics. kashka. The second pic. is also my favorite.
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Old May 24, 2005, 9:57 PM   #12
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Thanks,MrBlue...I liked the way it looked..my original intention was to try and get that solitary house against the skyline but I guess I couldn't see the forest for the trees..
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Old May 24, 2005, 10:05 PM   #13
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Very nice shots, kashka. I like the 1st one. the rolling field really works for me. the sunset is nice too.

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Old May 24, 2005, 11:12 PM   #14
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Thankyou Bob..this small town I moved to last year is situated in a valley which I think is going to offer(thru the four seasons) alot of oppurtunities for practicing scenery shots.It takes like 2 minutes to be out in the country and be around open fields.. bush..rivers..and a big lake.Something I hope to do alot this year.
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Nice shots guys. Lisa I liked the first one best. Great color contrast. Steve that looks almost like steam boiling out of the ground. I love clouds they are ever changing and have beauty even in the smallest ones.


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I too love clouds. Nature has so many wonderful thing to shoot. it just boggles the mind...well mine anyway.

Lisa, I am looking for just the right place to do a four season study. I think i found one at the local state park. You should try it out at the location of the first pic here.

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Good idea,Bob..your state park sounds interesting.I don't think this field wouldn't be too good for four seasons tho.If he doesn't decide to plow it up..which he should have already,it'll look the same until winter ..then it'll be just white..lol.But I really like your idea..I may try by the dam..where there are some trees and the lake in the background.I now have a project!..thanks for the idea..:-)
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