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December 02, 2010

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Alice

You're absolutely right about that first picture looking like a lot of forethought went into its execution. The lighting and color balance is so perfect it actually looks heavily Photoshop'd with several filters! ...great visuals, indeed :)

kjm

Man these are some great pictures. Thanks for posting the read, I would love to visit this place

Al Mollitor

The comparison of the two photos of the same spot is remarkable. It inspires me to look for a favorite view to photograph repeatedly over time.

Small quibble: I think that might be a striped maple.

Tim Abbott

Just above Wachocastinook Falls, off the Mt. Riga Rd.

Terry Cowgill

Where is this, Tim? It is indeed a gorgeous piece of work.

Diana Ritchie

Oh how beautiful!! I have to agree that some of it comes down to luck..but you also have to have an eye to recognize the opportunity. Clearly you do - that first picture is just magnificent!

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