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05-09-2016, 10:18 AM   #901
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Road to Pike

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Another road in Iceland. I was interested in the fog creeping over the mountains in the distance
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
Suburban road


What is the significance of the lanes with red stripes?

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In the Paradise Valley US 89 runs between Livingston and Gardiner, MT, to the North Entrance to Yellowstone NP.

US 89 Northbound toward Livingston.


US 89 Southbound toward Gardiner.
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Another Icelandic road, up high in the snow fields. I posted a similar image some time back, calling it "highway to heaven."
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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
In the Paradise Valley US 89 runs between Livingston and Gardiner, MT, to the North Entrance to Yellowstone NP.

US 89 Northbound toward Livingston.


US 89 Southbound toward Gardiner.
One of the reasons I like driving is the changing scenery. It's a bonus to find a good or great view. A view like #2 is a "Wow!" view.

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Road to sunset.

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QuoteOriginally posted by RichardS Quote
One of the reasons I like driving is the changing scenery. It's a bonus to find a good or great view. A view like #2 is a "Wow!" view.
Thanks Richard!
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Another bit of the Ring Road, Iceland, Turns to left ahead, to go far into the head of the fiord, than back out again.
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Took a stroll down this private road this morning. Serves several private homes, then a town conservation garage where it turns to gravel and continues to the main water-pumping station. Walkers/bicycles OK, but no unauthorized motor vehicles allowed. K1 + 28~105mm
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At WPRESTO's suggestion I worked on this image but for the life of me I just can't successfully clone out the wires without it looking obvious.

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If you have PS, use the clone tool, fairly small diameter, select a region just above or below the wire, move down the wire with the source for the clone tagging along just above or below. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE WIRE IN ONE GO, clone it out in sections, enlarge the image somewhat before cloning. LR, use either "heal" or "CLONE" and the repair tool, made small, again do each wire in short sections, move the source if the heal/clone tool selects something not suitable.
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I did try that but I'll give it another go.
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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
I did try that but I'll give it another go.
I've had that experience. Someone advises: "Oh just do such or other in PS and it will look great." They took a year to figure it out and can do it perfectly. I try and feel like I'm attempting to copy a Rembrandt using finger paints.
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