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Some digital photos taken with Sony DSC-H1 digital SLR camera, except for photo scans and panos. Photo scans of film-based photos taken with Nikon F1 or F2 with Tamron 2.8-5.6 lens. Photos after May 2010 use Promaster wide angle adaptor (.7X) for Sony DSC-H1 and with (or without) Hoya Moose Warm (81A) circular polarizer. Some newer photos, incl. panos are taken with a Fujifilm AX300, you can tell by the bluer hues and lack of filtering, I tried to compensate in post-processing, but the camera is still very blue-ish and lacks depth.
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The AQHA rancher statue is a life-sized statue of one of Texas' most famous ranchers. I can't remember his name, but I believe his wife commissioned the statue and gave it to the AQHA in rememberance of her late husband. It's a sweet gesture to memorialize a great cattleman and horse breeder. The AQHA has the whole history behind the statue at their museum on the premises of the HQ.

Thanks, I was practically standing in the middle of the river to take it. The river level was low, so I could get out oto some rocks to get an "in the river view" of the falls. Thanks for posting!

Nice shot of the Grande Ronde river! Was just there fishing.

Beautiful photo of Square Top! Love this area of WY.

You are correct, I couldn't remember the hwy number when I placed it on the map, but it is a contiguous highway from Hwy 3 in OR up through WA and becomes HWY 129. But we approached it from the hwy 3 side, and at the time I took the picture I didn't know if we were still in OR or had crossed over into WA. There's no highway signange on this highway that I can remember that tells when you are on over the WA line. So, in my mind at the time, it was still hwy 3. Thanks! :)

William, this is absolutely astounding photography! Thank you for sharing. Which camera did you use for this, the Rebel or The Olympus? Thanks!

Thanks! This is a modest oasis in the midst of a rather desolate regiom. Caprock Canyons is a neat place to see, and Palo Duro Canyon near Canyon, TX west of here is a must-see as well, while in the panhandle.

Idyliic setting and nicely captured at the right time of day with contrasts and colors. Nice job, love the name of this tiny lake, wish I were there!


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