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Old Oct 2, 2011, 6:35 PM   #1
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I went out this morning to take some pictures.
This is the Calgary scenery I like. A park in the S.W corner of the City.
Nothing too exciting. Just quiet.
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Old Oct 2, 2011, 7:13 PM   #2
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....hey Fred,

That is a beautiful park that I would greatly enjoy visiting & photographing. Your images of it are really nice, very natural colors.... I like them, especially the creek shot.
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I did some shooting around there about 2 years ago and it is a fantastic spot! I really like the first and second one!
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....hey Fred,

That is a beautiful park that I would greatly enjoy visiting & photographing. Your images of it are really nice, very natural colors.... I like them, especially the creek shot.
Yes, my thoughts as well. Nice shots of a very tranquil looking park.
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Hi Fred,

Nice series with the first image being my favorite. The reflections of the pines in the creek is just lovely.

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Old Oct 3, 2011, 9:23 AM   #6
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Beautiful country, great shots.
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Nice fall shots Fred, nice day out for you.

That brown and gold stuff is spreading down here. Not sure I'm happy about that...
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Thank you for all the comments.

I really enjoy this time of year.
I am planning to get out a much a possible before that white stuff
arrives.

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Nice picture, the first one is my favorite, remind me an old paint my father had hanging on the wall of his living room.

Looks it is a very interesting place to take pictures but I'm worried for the warning on the last picture.

Have a great day.

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Nice photos, Fred!

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Looks it is a very interesting place to take pictures but I'm worried for the warning on the last picture.
We have black bears from time to time in the suburbs of DC. As for other large animals (such as deer), they really don't have predators other than automobiles.

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