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Old Mar 1, 2004, 1:03 PM   #1
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My nephew Nick, after my second post. The first was just a blank screen,
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Old Mar 1, 2004, 5:47 PM   #3
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Nice picture of your nephew. Where did you find "treebeard?" The temperate rain forest in the Northwest must be an wonderful place to photograph. Beside muted colors, I suspect B&W would be a wonderful medium to explore.

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Old Mar 1, 2004, 6:03 PM   #4
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Rod, funny that you should mention B/W. Here are 2 more shot. One of my nephew next to the stump, and one of Latoural Falls that I have posted in the Landscape section. We get so many grey days here that from time to time a little color is nice, but not too many. I like to think that all of the grey keeps all of the people away, or at least most of them.


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Nope, the one with your nephew absolutely must remain in color. Both he and the tree are looking at you in the color version. Cool boy, cool tree!
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The balck and white version does it for me.
But I'm also going to be trary. I think the tree itself is quite attractive and placing the fellow by the tree makes this just a "vacation shot" whereas taking a separate shot of the qualities of the tree would be quite a capture in itself.
Well I id say Iwas going to be contrary.
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You're not being contrary unless I am too. I thought the same thing about that tree, but you realize, Selvin, that we're insisting he do the climb all over again and then relocate that rascally tree, don't you? Um...MoonGypsy? You up for another hike?
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Piece-O-Cake. I just need to drive up there, and walk about 30 feet from the car. I don't even need to step off the sidewalk.

The reason I put Nick there was because of a blah section of the stump, but,,, I wasn't thinking about cropping out that part. I'll go back soon and redo the shot.

Because we hit so many places I barely left the car to get these photo's. Only the Beacon Rock shots took any time to capture.
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Excellent. Go get that tree! 8)
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Great pics. I also live in Vancouver. The Gorge is a great place to take pics.
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