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Old Sep 2, 2007, 1:28 PM   #1
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About 5:00 PM I was leaving town to try and find some elk. I stopped when I realized this was rush hour in a lot of places.





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Great capture, Roger! Love those lines & symmetry (& I ain't talking about the paved lines!:G) It really must be nice to able to see more elk than cars at rush hour! I can relate somewhat to your shot. I'm a delivery driver for a electrical supply house & I refer to my route as the "cow route" because normally, I see more cows than cars. But I ain't complaining by any stretch of the imagination, I began my job driving for the same company in St. Louis. Needless to say, I never saw anything wildlife-wise more than grey squirrels & pigeons.:G:G

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Great capture, Roger! Love those lines & symmetry (& I ain't talking about the paved lines!:G) It really must be nice to able to see more elk than cars at rush hour! I can relate somewhat to your shot. I'm a delivery driver for a electrical supply house & I refer to my route as the "cow route" because normally, I see more cows than cars. But I ain't complaining by any stretch of the imagination, I began my job driving for the same company in St. Louis. Needless to say, I never saw anything wildlife-wise more than grey squirrels & pigeons.:G:G

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Thanks Ron, the fact is once I am off this major highway if I see other cars I have wondered what are these folks doing on my road.


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Beautiful shot Roger. Here in Germany there is no speed limit on parts of the autobahn, but it is never as clear as this, so its hard to fully appreciate it!

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Wonderful in so many ways, the beauty, the composition and last but not least the peacefulness.
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Nice shot, and I just added Chama to my list of possible places I want to retire to.

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Beautiful shot Roger. Here in Germany there is no speed limit on parts of the autobahn, but it is never as clear as this, so its hard to fully appreciate it!

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Wonderful in so many ways, the beauty, the composition and last but not least the peacefulness.
IMHO this area is pretty and peaceful. I went back up the same highway this morning and this time I did see a car. It was a rancher going up to check his cattle. The speed limit is 55 but we were both going about 25 or 30 and enjoying the ride.


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Nice shot, and I just added Chama to my list of possible places I want to retire to.

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Do it Tim, there is always room for another camera guy or gal.


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Roger, you are a mean, meanman!
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