Once again, many thanks Miguel! Also for your advice, but i think a small range of "best" - pictures generate more attention for my "normally" picture. Cheers, Thomas
Very nice moment. Beautiful picture. L+F. Friendly greetings. Jean-Pierre
Color can create the illusion of depth. The sunset was a stunning spectacle. I like it , thanks for author . Good luck :)
A wonderful & colorful photo, well composed. Greetings from Athens.
Very beautiful capture.
Best regards from Georgia, David.
Amazing portrait. Like! Best regards, Alex!
I remember the Winebrenners. We also had a camp on the other side on land. My parents were Howard "Mopey" Cole, Jr. and Betty Cole. Ours was about dead center. As I remember the Winebrenners camp was one of the last camps toward the hydro.
This is a picture of the lone tree or pine tree siphon. The largest siphon on the la aqueduct is the jawbone Siphon that is just a few miles to the north. The lone tree siphon comes in second place in terms of vertical drop and then vertical accent. The two siphons allow the water to flow without the use of any pumps. From start to finish the la aqueduct flows approx. 14 mph using only gravity. Pretty cool stuff. All of the pipe used had to be hauled in and placed by mule power. Much of the digging and tunneling in this area was done by Chinese labors
Very nice shot. This beach looks nice, which one is it? Is it private? I love the lake shots.