Winter in the park

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  1. Zoom

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    This tree is MASSIVE, especially for being on the Front Range. I'll get a better perspective of it sometime:
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    *DONE*
     
  2. Baxter'smybaby

    Baxter'smybaby swimming upstream

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    look at that blue sky--and that tree has a really interesting shape to it!
     
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    Nice shots !
     
  4. Zoom

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    I'm liking that last shot more and more...do you guys think it would blow up well into an 11x8 or so?
     
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    I like the last shot too. With your camera it would probably blow up just fine with out being grainy.
     
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    talk about BLUE skies!!!! very nice!!!!
     
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    Love the last shot. The juxtaposition of the tree and the tumbleweed . . . .
     
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    GlassOnion Thanks, and Gig 'em.

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    Is that tree upside down in the last picture?
     
  9. Zoom

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    That would be a tumbleweed, but yes, it is upside down.

    Those suckers are ruthless! Last winter I had a whole herd of them attempt to take out my car at high-speed as they rolled across the highway. It was like they were specifically targeting me and waiting for the opportune moment!
     

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