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I am a violinist and violin teacher by profession, but it seems I've had a camera in hand most of my life. I recently found a box of photos I took almost 50 years ago, mostly very uninteresting shots of my sister and my dog. In a photograph, I look for the same things I do in music: contrast, rhythm, harmony, beautiful colors, and interesting lines. I've been very fortunate to be able to travel a bit. My family don't understand why I spend most of a trip behind the camera, but I relive my travels daily as my shots come up randomly on the computer, while they have only vague memories. Thanks for visiting. I look forward to reading your comments.

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Thanks, Juan,

This unique formation was visible for many miles as we approached from the South, but I didn't realize it was what gave the town it's name until I'd spent the night in the town. Fascinating geology all around!

Thanks, Corey,

When I travel cross-country on I-90, I always look forward to this stretch along the river, as it is invariably beautiful.

marvelous a sea of yellow beauty

Doc, Thanks for the comment. I shared it with Hala (from Israel, now a medical student in Hungary) who thought it was very sweet.

Corey, thanks for the comment and the star! To my recollection, this was my first time over this bridge, and the shot was the result of a quick grab for the camera as we approached at 65 mph. Sometimes I get lucky. :)

Thanks ladynole89! This shoot was an opportunity I had wished for over a long period, and it came up just by chance, driving along the highway. Glad you enjoyed it!

So it would seem, and I'm sure there is plenty of low value iron in that red rock. However, Freeport McMoran produces more valuable copper from the more gray colored ore visible in areas of the pit (not pictured here). Along with the copper is gold, silver, etc.

Floyd, I think one has to have a sense of whimsey to live in SD--or at least to enjoy it. Thanks for the comment!

Thanks, Kostas! I've enjoyed a lot of beautiful sunsets, but I think this one was the best of all of them.

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