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Old Feb 17, 2007, 8:03 PM   #1
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Taken in the Govenor Basin area of Colorado (Ouray area). Comments welcome...

Shutter 1/13 sec., Aperture f/6.30, Manual mode, ISO 100, focal length 28mm. Canon 28-135mm lens.
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Old Feb 18, 2007, 7:55 AM   #2
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That's a pleasant shot and nice to see the stream flow from deeper in the woods. Knowing Ouray I can image that area now, and be amazed that the fragile moss will be green again in a couple of months.
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Old Mar 18, 2007, 12:04 PM   #3
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JDar wrote:
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That's a pleasant shot and nice to see the stream flow from deeper in the woods. Knowing Ouray I can image that area now, and be amazed that the fragile moss will be green again in a couple of months.
Thanks JDar, We will be back here in July again and hope to take another shot and mix it up a bit for a different view. Mandy
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Very nice capture ofthe magical flow of thestream coming from the depths of an emerald forest

Makes me want to follow it uphill at the cost of disturbing the nymphs dwelling beside : )
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Very nice capture ofthe magical flow of thestream coming from the depths of an emerald forest

Makes me want to follow it uphill at the cost of disturbing the nymphs dwelling beside : )
bahadir, what a poet......it was a mystical place for sure. Thanks for looking and your kind comments. Mandy
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bahadir wrote:
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Very nice capture ofthe magical flow of thestream coming from the depths of an emerald forest

Makes me want to follow it uphill at the cost of disturbing the nymphs dwelling beside : )
bahadir, what a poet......it was a mystical place for sure. Thanks for looking and your kind comments. Mandy



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Old Mar 18, 2007, 5:04 PM   #7
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Well, just a few broken words intended toecho the impact of your shot bringingthe traveller to avery familiar placehe/she has never been before!! Sth. you also may have experienced, I believe
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bahadir wrote:
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Well, just a few broken words intended toecho the impact of your shot bringingthe traveller to avery familiar placehe/she has never been before!! Sth. you also may have experienced, I believe
LOL.......:?
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