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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
Leaving Palo Duro Canyon on Sunday morning.
If you would have mentioned this being in Texas, I wouldn't have believed it! Next time through the area, I'm going there. Thanks for posting this.
I know! I've lived in Texas forever and didn't know it was there. Definitely worth checking out.
This is from northern New Mexico, it;s called Shiprock. On Navajo land, you can take a 4 or 5 mile dirt "road" to get out to the base.
I am always amazed at the talent posted in this thread. Many of you guys have a serious gift and are an inspiration to the rest of us.
In the meantime, the Gunflint Trail, Grand Marais | Minn.
Still like the photo you posted - good framing.
Been by there many times, but I could never see the "ship." M&D used to live up in Cortez, and I would just call it "Ship-wreck" to them.
Tex76, The Shiprock photo is gorgeous!
It really is stunning.
Way to represent! Gorgeous pic my friend!!!!
It is, and had to forward the post with the Shiprock photo to M&D.
Good job Mike, my film-fotography class instructor would love that image, all the "lines".
Will have to show him that one.
Nice (so are all of the others ones posted!!!)
One of my bikes in HDR.
From today's adventuring around Kentucky and Tennessee.
What camera set up, Copter?
that is indeed cool. Mighty crisp!
Thanks. Credit does go to the camera and lens quality. (IMO)
After years of point-n-shoots following my Minolta 35mm film camera, I finally made the jump to the DSLR set with A priority for the bracketing (Iirc, it is set with a 2.0 step. Picked up a Nikon D5200. Attached for these shots is the 18-105mm lens. Earlier photos of the 2K8Z1K I had the 55-200mm lens.
Here is one from todays trip.
At Ban Khao Fachi, Ranong Provence, Thailand.