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Cypress trees in fall
Lens: HD Pentax-DA 55-300 F4-5.8 ED WR Camera: Pentax K3-II Photo Location: Guadalupe River ISO: 500 Shutter Speed: 1/160s Aperture: F6.3 
Posted By: stihlmania, 12-12-2017, 03:51 AM

Fall colors in the Texas hill country.

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12-12-2017, 05:11 AM   #2
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Absolutely wonderful. Well executed. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Absolutely wonderful. Well executed. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Thank you TT, I have it printed on Red RiverŪ polar pearl metallic paper, looks like a water color painting..
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QuoteOriginally posted by stihlmania Quote
Texas hill country

I'm digging this one as well--I could spend a lot of time on those turquoise blue streams like the Guadalupe and San Saba...a really unique environment. (FWIW, it's always puzzled me that I don't see more shots from the Edwards Plateau...I guess so much land is in private hands and is posted accounts for some of that, but it's really a jewel I'd like to explore.)
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I'm digging this one as well--I could spend a lot of time on those turquoise blue streams like the Guadalupe and San Saba...a really unique environment. (FWIW, it's always puzzled me that I don't see more shots from the Edwards Plateau...I guess so much land is in private hands and is posted accounts for some of that, but it's really a jewel I'd like to explore.)
CR, yes all of Texas is like that, mostly private property and fenced! Having Guadalupe river property is good for nature and landscape photos.....you just have to be prepared for the river when it floods, a 35 foot rise is normal with heavy rains, the 2002 flood was 51 feet in Spring Branch, upstream from Canyon Lake.!
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