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Old Oct 9, 2003, 8:19 PM   #21
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:-) I've been there three times now. Last time I camped at the campground there for two days. That is definitely the way to go. Nice and relaxing, and you have time to get pictures both at sunrise and sunset.

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Old Oct 10, 2003, 12:34 PM   #22
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I really got to go back another time to do that...
I've been there for the second time this summer... and got some sunsets.... But next time a really want to go camping and get some sunrises to....
(Now i've been on a roundtrip in hotels and with a rentalcar)
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Do you take photos for a post card company? You should. Great work.
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Old Oct 12, 2003, 11:21 AM   #24
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Chuck,

Do you mean Melanie or me? In any case, this is all hobby for me. I have never looked into selling my pictures. I can imagine that there's a lot of competition out there! I wouldn't even know where to start. Do you?

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Chuck,

Do you mean Melanie or me? In any case, this is all hobby for me. I have never looked into selling my pictures. I can imagine that there's a lot of competition out there! I wouldn't even know where to start. Do you?

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Hi Barthold ... you are very good at your hobby. I have no idea how you would get your photos on post cards. I would start asking on this form if you are interested in selling your photos.
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Old Oct 13, 2003, 7:15 AM   #26
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Default Lovley photos of a great area!

Love your pictures.

Your Dead Horse pic brought to mind one of Steves Pictures of the Day. This is my favorite shot of the area - although not mine.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/dpotd...3/04062003.jpg

A different mood at a different time of day.

We just returned from Lake Powell/Arizona/Utah with some pics at:

http://www.qasw.com

Pay special attention to the slot canyons.

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Old Oct 13, 2003, 8:19 AM   #27
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Love your pictures.

Your Dead Horse pic brought to mind one of Steves Pictures of the Day. This is my favorite shot of the area - although not mine.



A different mood at a different time of day.

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Old Oct 13, 2003, 11:09 AM   #28
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Hi Barthold ... you are very good at your hobby. I have no idea how you would get your photos on post cards. I would start asking on this form if you are interested in selling your photos.
Thanks Chuck!

I don't know though. Once you start selling pictures, it is not really a hobby anymore. Not sure I want that. Plus, I always find something wrong with my pictures :-)

I shoot a lot of pictures, and most of them are garbage. Occasionally there are a few that are worth keeping. I mostly call that luck, not skill :-)

I love Melanie's sunset, I think that should be a postcard!

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Old Oct 13, 2003, 11:12 AM   #29
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Henry, thanks for posting that picture. I had not seen that one. I agree with you, that is a very nice one!

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Old Oct 13, 2003, 11:14 AM   #30
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I really got to go back another time to do that...
I've been there for the second time this summer... and got some sunsets.... But next time a really want to go camping and get some sunrises to....
(Now i've been on a roundtrip in hotels and with a rentalcar)
You should go in April or late September. Much better temperatures. In the middle of winter can be beautiful too. Imagine snow on all those red rocks, that'll make for great pictures! I love camping. Around Moab there are so many great campgrounds to pick from.

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