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Just Up the Road
Posted By: Bob Harris, 02-19-2014, 04:08 PM

viewing Charleston Peak, elevation 11,900' from our campground in Pahrump at 2600'.

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Very dramatic and intriguing image Bob. I love the lines and contrasts. Really draws me in to take a closer look. Thanks for sharing!

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Very nice Bob. Those low lying clouds set this scene apart and the poles make you follow them to the summit.
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very nice! those are some tall poles !
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QuoteOriginally posted by Cee Cee Quote
a well constructed & composed shot, the high contrast and darker tones make for a very dramatic feel, the line of poles folding back on itself, the mountains & clouds all interesting... what a view from your campsite
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I thought it had a lot to look at CC, when we get tired or it starts to get cold at our campgrounds we just head South. Life is Good. thanks Bob

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Bob, we full timed for over 8 years in a Monaco. Left the road last May. Miss the life style.

Steve
We're going on 10 years Steve, it is the best thing we ever did and it is going to be hard to settle down one of these days.

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faced opposite worlds: ice and fire of electricity. clouds and mountains in the shadow of the foot
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You're right ZZ, all rolled up in one photo.

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Very dramatic and intriguing image Bob. I love the lines and contrasts. Really draws me in to take a closer look. Thanks for sharing!
thanks Tess, I've missed your photos, post some when you thaw out.

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Very nice Bob. Those low lying clouds set this scene apart and the poles make you follow them to the summit.
and we followed the dirt road about half way up the mountain Susan, that's where we saw the herd of wild mustangs

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very nice! those are some tall poles !
I have no idea why they would set such tall poles, it is a fairly desolate area and only a single substation, so not much will be hung on them.

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viewing Charleston Peak, elevation 11,900' from our campground in Pahrump at 2600'.
Love the dramatic look!

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viewing Charleston Peak, elevation 11,900' from our campground in Pahrump at 2600'.
And what a road!
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An extraordinary capture. Well done!

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An extraordinary capture. Well done!
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