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Steve Foss

On the road with Ken and Steve . . . again

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Well, on the way to and from the Enchanted Forest, life just kept cropping up in front of us. You know how it is . . .

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All I want is to be on the road again.......

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We went by about a ten acre patch that had a fire that had gone through. Old growth and new growth:

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I love the first image Steve, this must be right next to the Enchanted Forest, I think this place must be called "slanted world" smile Just kidding smile That second eagle image scared the heck out of me, way to throw in a shocker! I really enjoy the Fritallary images, nice work gentleman.

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I love the first image Steve, this must be right next to the Enchanted Forest, I think this place must be called "slanted world" smile Just kidding smile That second eagle image scared the heck out of me, way to throw in a shocker! I really enjoy the Fritallary images, nice work gentleman.

I had to laugh when I composed and edited that first "slanted world" photograph. If the trees were vertical, the shoreline was slanted and if the shoreline was horizontal, the trees were slanted. Grrrrrr! gringrin

The second eagle image was an accident, I zigged in PP when I should have zagged and suddenly that appeared on my screen. smilesmile

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