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    Senior Member Jimmy B's Avatar
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    Thanksgiving images

    Sharon and I went to Central Washington state to her sisters house. They live on the bank of the Columbia river, very scenic and it's away from any hustle and bustle.Susan, Sharon's sister breeds and raises a dog breed called a Hovawart, a large size working class dog.There might be around 350 of these dogs in the states.Chi her big male is pictured.
    Friday morning Larry and I went up to Chelan butte 3750 ft to see if we could get some sunrise shots, It was fogged in, so I got what I could with the fog.
    All shots except for dog shot 17-40 F4. Dog shot with 70-200. MK2n.
    I hope you enjoy, Jimmy B
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    Re: Thanksgiving images

    the picture of the dog makes me want to go play with my dogs!

    so good!
    Matt
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    Senior Member Jimmy B's Avatar
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    Re: Thanksgiving images

    Thanks Matt, the weather in centeral Wa was a lot colder than FLA. Low to mid 40s when the shot was taken.
    JB

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    Re: Thanksgiving images

    Jimmy I love those last two. Really bringing out your artistic side for us there. I think the lone figure in the background sells that last image. Very nice work.
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    Re: Thanksgiving images

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy B
    Thanks Matt, the weather in centeral Wa was a lot colder than FLA. Low to mid 40s when the shot was taken.
    JB

    Oh, about a week or two ago we were dealing with upper teens-low 20's.Thats a brave dog jumping in the water in that weather!
    Matt
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