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Old Feb 2, 2014, 10:00 PM   #11
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The 1st, 2nd and 3rd are all from the same vantage point. Taken from the shoulder of Hwy 22 (there's a little pull over) not too far from the city of Detroit. In fact, that dry flat area in the foreground is under Detroit Lake in the summer. Here's one from the same vantage point last summer. Big difference! The summer version was taken with another m43 camera, the Panasonic G3.
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Old Feb 2, 2014, 10:19 PM   #12
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Beautiful set of landscapes, I really enjoyed it.

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Old Feb 2, 2014, 10:44 PM   #13
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Nice pictures.
Mt Jefferson I am guessing, but where was the first picture taken from?
We sure need a lot more snow here.
I live in the Portland area and usually take my picture taking around Mt Hood.
BTW- Correcto-Mundo on the 1st mountain being Mt. Jefferson. The second, more steep and rocky-looking mountain, is Three Fingered Jack photographed from the Hoodoo ski area at the summit of the Santiam Pass.
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Beautiful set of landscapes, I really enjoyed it.

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Thanks Marcello. If you ever get out here (and this goes for any of my Steve's buds) let me know and I can direct you too some areas where it's possible to fill-up a 16gb card in one outing.
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Thanks Marcello. If you ever get out here (and this goes for any of my Steve's buds) let me know and I can direct you too some areas where it's possible to fill-up a 16gb card in one outing.

I would love to be there with my cameras/lenses and for sure I'll let you know.

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Those are really nice shots and your gal friend did a pretty good job also.
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Beautiful set of landscapes, I really enjoyed it.

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I have to agree. All those shots were super!
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Those are really nice shots and your gal friend did a pretty good job also.
Thanks James. I'll let her know.

BTW- As a Michigander I thought you might be interested to see what Oregon's Detroit looks like in comparison to Michigan's. Here it is on street view: http://goo.gl/maps/xMsi9
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I have to agree. All those shots were super!
Thanks Steven.
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This is a wonderful series of shots that captures the feel of the area. Were these with the E-M1 and 12-40?
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