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Daybreak Windmills
Posted By: alamo5000, 12-04-2012, 03:32 PM

I tried again, this time with a tripod...taken this morning at sun up here in West Texas. (I am on a work trip here, I live in East Texas)



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12-04-2012, 03:48 PM   #2
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Nice geometry in the sky colors.
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Nice geometry in the sky colors.
I had everything to do with that part LOL! /just kidding!
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Well done..

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Well done..

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Very beautiful. Intriguing composition of the white band separating the colors. Nice capture
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Very beautiful. Intriguing composition of the white band separating the colors. Nice capture
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What a wonderfully conceived photo - congrats. Far different than what we see in coastal Texas.

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What a wonderfully conceived photo - congrats. Far different than what we see in coastal Texas.

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Where about in Texas are you located? I live a tad north of Houston. I am out here in West Texas on a work trip.

Of course I brought my K-5
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East Texas to West Texas - do you need a passport to travel that far? Really like the shot. Beautiful capture.
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From where I live its a 7 hour one way drive. Its far and I am way far from getting to El Paso. I do 7 or 8 hour drives routinely. It gets kinda old but there is a lot of pretty places in Texas.
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