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03-31-2011, 11:05 AM   #1531
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Thank you Jason !

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Seems our hot weather is still holding up for a bit longer... It was actually the hottest March on record here, average >31 degrees C.

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Nice blue, Jason !
Nice truck Nesster ! Sad that those wrecks are always abandoned in the nature...

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Cliche Grand Canyon, Arizona

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the last one is a tooth and tongue analog, yes?

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QuoteOriginally posted by Royalan Quote
Pentax 6x7, 45mm lens, 135mm lens, EFKE 25 film, D76 1:1. Grand Canyon and Oak Creek, Arizona.
I do like the first one and just wish for a little bit more sky at the top.
I am sure that it is not easy to move around to get the best vantage in a canyon

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Really nice pictures on this page.

Gary, I didn't think Scio was large enough to have a West side. Nice to see shots of the area.
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Thanks, Tuco, actually Scio and West Scio are about 4 miles apart. Scio is one of the first ten incorporated cities in Oregon. West Scio is a non incorporated community. Years ago West Scio had several mills(one left) and a train station. As the depot was still in good condition, it was moved to Scio and made into a museum.

There were several stations along this line, Crabtree, Gilkey, West Scio, Shelburn, Stayton, on up to Mill City. Both freight and passengers. Now the train makes a couple runs a week hauling lumber from Mill City.

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This water tank and a few houses are all that is left of the Shelburn, OR rail yard.

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Taking the 645 out for a walk after a rain. Portra 160 NC.



I do have to watch the moire patterns in the double glass holder
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QuoteOriginally posted by GeneV Quote
Taking the 645 out for a walk after a rain. Portra 160 NC.



I do have to watch the moire patterns in the double glass holder

I do like this shot - there is something very appealing in the simplicity of the geometrical forms over the sky. Plus the contrast yelloy/blue.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Really nice pictures on this page.
I agree,
some great stuff being posted here.
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