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A few assorted images from yesterday

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A friend and I went down to Redwood Falls to try to photograph the waterfalls and area around it. Well, that was a bust, the snow had it all covered so not much to see there. We did find a few things to shoot along the way so it wasn't a complete loss. It was a nice day to be out anyways.

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All very nice Mike. I like that red door especially, very holiday themed!

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That looks like a great photog trip to me. I love the Chinese lanterns. And the red door. And--well I might just as well have said I like them all.

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I'm partial to the stone bridge. I like the B/W effect and the way my eye is drawn to the end of the bridge. Good Work.

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Thanks for the kind words everyone. Merry Christmas!

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How did i miss this thread..... Second picture is nice... Bridge does take you somewhere.. Great pic's..

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These are great shots and a nice change from all the birds. I have a hard time leaving the wildlife shots behind to try and shoot stuff like this. I need to work on that.

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I have a hard time leaving the wildlife shots behind to trying and shoot stuff like this. I need to work on that.

That makes 2 of us. whistle

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That Red door door really gets ones attention, good job! I like to have a go at that bridge, especially on a foggy morning when the sun is trying to burn through.

Merry Christmas to you as well!

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That bridge shot makes me want to walk to the other side.

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They're all nice shots Mike, but that red door just jumps out at me. Thanks for sharing..

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Thanks Everyone again for the kind words. I would say my favorite is the red door also. I knew as soon as I saw it that it would make a nice photograph.

Thanks

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