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    A Walk In The Canyon

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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Bee-utiful!!

    Was this in CA?
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    VERY VERY NICE !! :thumbsup:

    you guys on the west coast make me jealous with the scenery shots ...... can't wait for may for my trip to AZ
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Quote Originally Posted by walterick
    Bee-utiful!!

    Was this in CA?
    Nope. It was at my other home
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Wonderful job as usual PJ. I commented on one of these on the gallery but just let me say again that I love number three. It's great to have such cooperative models on staff when your on one of these photo expeditions.
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Quote Originally Posted by Photo-John
    Nope. It was at my other home
    You know John, you should move here!

    When were you here last?
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Wow John, these are gorgious. Personally I really like the first one. The lighting and composition just jumped out at me.
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Mill creek pipeline?

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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Great job, PJ.
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Quote Originally Posted by SCOOTERINSLC
    Mill creek pipeline?
    Yup - Up Rattlesnake, I believe.
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    Re: A Walk In The Canyon

    Nice shots. I love fresh snow walks, it' so muffled quiet.
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