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Old Jul 20, 2012, 3:22 PM   #1
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this is one of those "roadside snaps" taken a couple of days ago on my trip to the eastern part of the state. i got to looking at it, and the contrast and colors and layers simply SCREAMED panoramic, so here it is... i've cropped this and resized it a bit to make a 20x40 print, and i'm guessing it'd look pretty darned good on canvas!! ;D

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Old Jul 20, 2012, 5:29 PM   #2
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this is one of those "roadside snaps" taken a couple of days ago on my trip to the eastern part of the state. i got to looking at it, and the contrast and colors and layers simply SCREAMED panoramic, so here it is... i've cropped this and resized it a bit to make a 20x40 print, and i'm guessing it'd look pretty darned good on canvas!! ;D
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Great for my Windows desktop wallpaper! Very beautiful!
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Great spot! So simple yet so awesome.
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Do not really know what to think of it. It is different for sure.
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Great spot! So simple yet so awesome.
thank you, gentlemen!!
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Do not really know what to think of it. It is different for sure.
i just liked the bold lines of color and the simplicity... almost an abstract, but not quite...
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Rocky, I would love to ride around with you and get first hand tutorials. I'm always impressed by your work. Keep it up.

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Rocky, I would love to ride around with you and get first hand tutorials. I'm always impressed by your work. Keep it up.

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I really like the curves and colours - a wall hanger for sure.
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