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Old Jan 6, 2012, 7:55 PM   #11
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You have the silky water mastered. Beautiful shots.
Agree completely. Is the absence of snow unusual for this time of year, location and elevation?

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Old Jan 6, 2012, 8:39 PM   #12
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I never tire of your lovely slow-shutter speed photos of waterfalls Mole. I also love the lushness of the moss-covered rocks, even in the depths of winter.
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Pboerger - Thanks so much! Not so sure about mastery, just blessed to have lots of places to practice...

Bluenose - Thanks! Yes, it's been a somewhat warmer than usual start to winter here. Last winter was colder and snowier than usual.

MtnMan - So glad you enjoyed these. Hope you get to roam this green wilderness for yourself someday!
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Old Jan 6, 2012, 11:37 PM   #14
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Lovely crisp shots as always - that Usnea lichen is interesting. Are there few birds around at this time of year ? I would have thought perfect habitat for a birder to find subjects to shoot (unless your dogs frightened them all away) !
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Kevin - Glad you enjoyed these! Actually, we tend to find more (both in numbers and species diversity) birds in less wild places, with more openings & edges. On this particular trip, we did hear several species of hawks and woodpeckers. The dogs also scared up several grouse (and kept most all the other birds away!).
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Lovely series! You do indeed have lots of places to refine your skills at shooting flowing water. I do enjoy going on hikes with you.

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