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When I was younger, my mother told me that golf and photography were for rich folks. I should have listened to her. I don't do so well at the golf, spending most of my time looking like a drunken sailor staggering from side to side on the fairways, but this keeps me from spending too much time or money there. Unfortunately it's the photography bit that has taken the chunk out of my, ah, discretionary spending. Ah well, c'est la vie. I can be reached via my user name here
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Wonderful colors, I wish there was a different word than wow... but, ... wow.

Scored a great shot. Frame it and hang it up.

wrooom,...... si riparte :-)

Wau, Telfs als pulsierende Großstadt von oben. Sehr schön. L+F und liebe Grüße, Heinz

This arch has always been called Jeep Arch by many of us for obvious reasons. Fran and Terby Barnes named many of the arches on the Plateau long before we came along and I still like many of those original names.

This is exquisite. What a great shot.

zzyzxpat, Thank you for posting! You filled in a lot of information about the cabin that I had been wondering about for the past 25 years or so.

Perhaps you are familiar with the tales of the screaming banshee?

Hello Tom,

Amazing picture and landscape.

Like + Favorite.

Greetings from Santa Catarina, Brazil.

... uh huh ... Michael, I had already seen this shot of yours, but I had previously thought of my own caption (because I have a couple more similar shots to upload), so we can state the old idiom: "great minds think alike" ... I do, however, wonder where the man is aiming his camera (you think that's just a thought?) ... Viele Grüße, Wally

Thanks Corey, an old favorite of mine. Regards from Arizona.



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