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Old Aug 5, 2005, 9:38 PM   #1
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WOW Bob !!! Incredible sky, a great capture Thanks for sharing it with us

You must be heading for Fall now [us for Spring]



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Incredible sky - glad you were there to capture it.
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great, the sky is sometimes incredibly beautiful. To capture what you captured needs patience and right time.

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Awesome shot Bob! Love that sky!! Ole' Ma Nature served up a beauty for you on this one. Cheers.........thekman.
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i agree.. landscapes are tough herein the midwest.. interesting lighting is really the key.. this is a nice shot indeed.. terrific exposure..
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Bob, what can one say, but absolutely awesome. You have a gift, my friend.

I agree with Hards80, the midwest is lacking in landscape potential, so keep up the sunsets and sunrises.

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