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Light at the end of the tunnel/shed
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Posted By: Bob Harris, 02-12-2013, 09:01 PM

viewing the setting sun through the storage shed in our campground. We had a lot of moisture in the air, producing some wonderful colors.

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02-12-2013, 09:29 PM   #2
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Yes - truly beautiful colors.
Thanks for sharing.
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Bob.......can you organise one of those skies for me out at Race Track Playa in May............please.

Ta.

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Wonderful shot, The composition gives it a Temple like feel.

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An unusual and very creative sunset, brother Bob. Nice job.

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Great colors and wonderful framing. Those desert sunsets are amazing.
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Yes - truly beautiful colors.
Thanks for sharing.
I think the moisture in the air helps to create these pastel colors.
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Bob.......can you organise one of those skies for me out at Race Track Playa in May............please.

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Grant, my best sunsets, no sunrises for me, have been in the Pahrump, Amargosa and Death Valleys. Seems if you just have a few clouds you have a great chance for a glorious sunset. Either a beer or Merlot is nice at the end of the day to relax and enjoy the view.

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Wonderful shot, The composition gives it a Temple like feel.
viewing through the shed does give a different feel as you say.
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An unusual and very creative sunset, brother Bob. Nice job.

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thank you buddy, the sunset didn't last long, the color gone until another day.
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Great colors and wonderful framing. Those desert sunsets are amazing.
Mike, I took this photo on the front range of the Rockies in Colorado which is basically high desert. It is as flat as Nebraska, yet our campground in Falcon sits at 6800'
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Another nice one, Bob! The view outside gives such nice context to the light inside the tunnel. Really pretty colors!
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Interesting perspective, nicely done. I like it

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Another nice one, Bob! The view outside gives such nice context to the light inside the tunnel. Really pretty colors!
thank you so much Lori for viewing the photo, glad you like it. Wishing you a pretty spring. Bob
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Interesting perspective, nicely done. I like it

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thank you Hans, glad you enjoyed the view here. Bob
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