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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Keith, Aug 2, 2005.
LOL..........just goofing around
Really poor lighting, raining at the time......
Beautiful shots of beautiful country, Keith! Sure wish I had scenery like that nearby!
Keith...you are definately spoiled with such scenery so close to your home. Living in the suburbs of Chicago, the closest thing we have to mountains are skyscapers...which might be interesting to some, but nowhere near as majestic as your mountain range. Thanks for sharing your beautiful images!
Thanks Don and Frank.............. sometimes you just take it for granted. Live 1 hour away for 10 yrs, and now I drive 4 hours and I appreciate it more!! LOL go figure
Mere words cannot express the beauty captured in your images. You are very very fortunate!
Great stuff Keith, love the third one, what beautiful country for sure
Thanks Crystall and Mike..........look forward to getting back in the fall
All wonderful images.
the waterfall, is my kind of waerfall....Looks like real water .. Hate the silky look.
(no smart remarks on THANKS)
WOW!!!! Keith the second to the last shot is absolutely amazing!!!! WOW!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
I would be proud to put my name on no. #3. Fantastic touch.
Man, that beautiful third frame makes me wish I could walk right out into it - 100 degrees here today - LOL.
Atually i can't see the difference , being colorblind and all. :shock: Just kidding, they are beautiful. I'll bet it was just breathtaking being there.
The difference I can see Keith, is between where YOU live and I live ... :-D
Thanks for sharing.
Keith,I thinkk I'll have to come over and check out the difference for myself :lol: :lol:
Eye catchers everyone of them and I'm with Gale on the waterfall
I appreciate everyone taking the time to comment, it is truly appreciated! Look forward to going back in the fall. NOw if we just had all those birdies this way too, I would be in heaven ;-)