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Old Nov 25, 2011, 2:55 PM   #1
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From my old 2007 mountain holidays series:

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Catalex54,
I really like that first one, the perspective from cloud level to the valley floor. Wow!
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Old Nov 25, 2011, 6:54 PM   #3
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Really beautiful images, catalex. In the first one you see the specks at the bottom and realize those are houses. I love the way sun is reflecting off the haze in #2. And the little church is just so cute and beautiful!
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#1 is awesome! Talk about cloud walking!

In #2, is that a bird you captured at the very top of the tree?
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Wow what a place. Really like No.3
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catalex,

What a great series. Good captured. Well done.

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Thanks Bob, Saly, Carol, Dyane, and Jeff for the apreciation and the kind worlds!

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In #2, is that a bird you captured at the very top of the tree?
Yes it is a swallow!
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1 and 4, top marks, the middle 2 just mediocre, regarding no 1, it looks like you were in an aeroplane, beautiful clouds, and that church in no 4 is a cracker.
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Great looking shots Catalex. I think the first one is a WOW!

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Thanks Grounded and JJ for the appreciation!
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