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Posted By: AZGMDale, 11-25-2018, 02:18 PM

These two features are more than twenty miles apart. The near one is unnamed as far as I know, and the far one is Castle Dome Mountain. 16X9 and with slight further crop. Tried to present it as I saw it, and not over process it.

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Nice, I do quite like this
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Cool alignment
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Nature is full of surprises! Good work!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Alan David Taylor Quote
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That depends on your point of view.
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You had a good eye !
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I really like the simple beauty of this image. Well done!
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This is a way to photograph landscapes that is new to me .You have a way of seeing that is unique .

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Interesting & creative - like it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by AZGMDale Quote
These two features are more than twenty miles apart. The near one is unnamed as far as I know, and the far one is Castle Dome Mountain. 16X9 and with slight further crop. Tried to present it as I saw it, and not over process it.
Good job to see, and then catch - this sight.
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