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Old Aug 3, 2012, 11:01 AM   #1
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Old Aug 3, 2012, 3:16 PM   #2
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G'day JJ

Goodness me ... wow ... and all those pleasant utterances
What a landscape, talk about colour & shape & leading lines etc etc

No doubt it's the sort of image the trail-ride owners would love as a 30" x 40" on the office wall ~ well done

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G'day JJ

Goodness me ... wow ... and all those pleasant utterances
What a landscape, talk about colour & shape & leading lines etc etc

No doubt it's the sort of image the trail-ride owners would love as a 30" x 40" on the office wall ~ well done

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Thanks Phil for the kind words, appreciated.

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Very nice. Definitely a wall-hanger
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Thanks Walter, appreciate the comment.

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nice shot JJ - I missed southern utah when I was out at the grand canyon, just ran out of time, gotta go back

did you do the horseback thing?
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Thanks Ramcewan. Did not do the horseback ride but did do a lot of hiking.

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I tipped my hat to you for staying behind to take this picture. How long did it take catching up to the group? The Canyon has very strange looking landscapes, most excellent picture!
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I have taken this trail ride to the bottom of the canyon at Bryce--on a mule. Great ride at a great place. Does my image look familiar

I really like your composition.
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Nice shot, JJ. The composition is so good it almost looks like a model.
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