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Old May 4, 2005, 9:42 AM   #1
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Recent photos of Pisqah National Forest and Big Creek, North Carolina, while climbing to the top I lost the sun at Max Patch but I think they still turned out well. Can't wait to get back with clear weather. You can see 360 degrees of mountains from the top. Please let me know what you think. Thanks
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and last but not least. Thank you for your consideration.
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A nice series of shots. Looks like a great place to visit.
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Thank you. It is a very peaceful place indeed. Very quite at big creek except for the roar of the river. It was down a little this time of year, but after a big stormthe kayacers really come out in force to cruise down the river. The Mountains are spectacular. My nephew took me down there this time. He is a great guide and friend. He definetly knows the countryside.
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Nice shots. I had a little trouble with the fifth one. A different angle might have been better, but maybe it is just my weak mind.. What is the elevation at the top?
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Old May 5, 2005, 8:04 AM   #10
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The fifth one is a tight shot of water going over a rock. Reducing the frame by two thirds takes away alot of the detail. I will have to look into a small website to better display the shots. No critisism to this site. It is generous of them to allow the posts. Bandwidth is of course a big consideration. The elevation I believe is about 5000' or close to it. Thank you for your critique.
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