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Posted By: Jimbo, 01-16-2011, 06:36 PM

It was pouring rain all day so heade for the forest again. I have passed this area many times but never stopped. Thought I would finally give it a shot. Same area at different ends of the road bridge. JIMBO




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I really like how you capture the "Lush Green" in these shots. It's as if I'm walking down the path!! Really nice shots...thanks for posting them!!
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Looks somewhat mystical and eerie with all that moss around.
Nice ones Jim.
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I really like the lush green of the forest. How lucky to have that available in January. I really like the point of view of the 2nd shot

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That was a long hike, thanks for taking us along. Reminds me so much of Oregon. Bob
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really like how you capture the "Lush Green" in these shots. It's as if I'm walking down the path!! Really nice shots...thanks for posting them!!
I do find this area beautiful and really enjoy shooting it. Cheers JIM

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Looks somewhat mystical and eerie with all that moss around.
Nice ones Jim.
THank you Ash. JIM

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I really like the lush green of the forest. How lucky to have that available in January. I really like the point of view of the 2nd shot
Thank you Scott. JIM

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That was a long hike, thanks for taking us along. Reminds me so much of Oregon. Bob
All of a 100 feet!! Thhank Bob. JIM
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Hope less accomplished viewers who come along will appreciate how the composition leads the eye of the viewer through the photo.
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Hope less accomplished viewers who come along will appreciate how the composition leads the eye of the viewer through the photo
Thank you for your kind words. JIM

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Those woods you have acces to are just amazing. Everyhting is just big, old and lush!
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Those woods you have acces to are just amazing. Everyhting is just big, old and lush!
So true. There is so much more there too! Cheers Swede. JIM
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Hey buddy, I feel like you're leading me down the garden path . Seriously, I dig the second one - a great composition combined with lush color: perfect.

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Hey buddy, I feel like you're leading me down the garden path . Seriously, I dig the second one - a great composition combined with lush color: perfect.

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Thanks bud. I have past this spot 100's of times and thougt about stopping. Finally did. JIM
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Well captured as usual Jim. I really like the perspective and the misty feel of the first one.
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Well captured as usual Jim. I really like the perspective and the misty feel of the first one.
Thank you Susan. JIM
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..... What can I say ,is that you can spend a long long time here Jimbo and create something special Im gobsmacked TFS mate


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