2021 Octoberfest - catalyst - D800 - 85/1.4D - Day 16

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Our weather really turned sour the past few days and that gave me the idea to do a "full Chris" treatment of the Bookcliffs. I kinda overdid things here - just as Chris did on occasion! -and even more in the one that I'll toss in the Bucket.

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Heavy stuff but very dramatic.
 

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Our weather really turned sour the past few days and that gave me the idea to do a "full Chris" treatment of the Bookcliffs. I kinda overdid things here - just as Chris did on occasion! -and even more in the one that I'll toss in the Bucket.

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Well,
that sky is really dramatic...

Wonderful photographed
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At risk of being a one-trick pony with another snap of the Bookcliffs. My intended venue was cancelled because of weather: a charity benefit in which teams of 4 guys from local businesses run 200 yd. back and forth relay races. The kicker: all the guys must wear high heels!

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another snap of the Bookcliffs. My intended venue was cancelled because of weather: a charity benefit in which teams of 4 guys from local businesses run 200 yd. back and forth relay races. The kicker: all the guys must wear high heels!
Another fine Bookcliffs photograph, but I'm pretty sure I would have preferred to see images of the relay race!
 
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At risk of being a one-trick pony with another snap of the Bookcliffs. My intended venue was cancelled because of weather: a charity benefit in which teams of 4 guys from local businesses run 200 yd. back and forth relay races. The kicker: all the guys must wear high heels!

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Who wants to see mountains? We want to see the high heel runners! Seriously, it is a wonderful shot.
 
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Just some leaves from an ash tree today:

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Those colors are amazing!! The background blur is so nice.
Spied this mechanic working on a old truck, and I gotta say: that "plumber's crack" made me laugh!

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Hilarious.
Our weather really turned sour the past few days and that gave me the idea to do a "full Chris" treatment of the Bookcliffs. I kinda overdid things here - just as Chris did on occasion! -and even more in the one that I'll toss in the Bucket.

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So moody.

At risk of being a one-trick pony with another snap of the Bookcliffs. My intended venue was cancelled because of weather: a charity benefit in which teams of 4 guys from local businesses run 200 yd. back and forth relay races. The kicker: all the guys must wear high heels!

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I love the clouds!!
 
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Didn't know whether to like that because of the photo (Stunning) or laugh at it because of the relay conditions.... :p

This is a beautiful scene and well worth sharing on its own merit, but, oh, gosh, I would've loved to have seen a photo of the guys running relay races in high heels!!! :D

Another fine Bookcliffs photograph, but I'm pretty sure I would have preferred to see images of the relay race!

Who wants to see mountains? We want to see the high heel runners! Seriously, it is a wonderful shot.
Ha! Me too, but what can you do? Thanks all!
 

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