Above the Desert

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  1. woodsac

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    My hike into the mountains. A b/w series.

    Is there more? You bet...trying to post in moderations :mrgreen:


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    holey cow! I love them!! The clouds look amazing! Contrast is great! I like #1 and #2 the best but they're all really good! The cacti (is that what those things are?) look so cool! Thanks for sharing!! :D
     
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    ^ i agree fantastic series, you're producing some amazing pics during this weekend, how far are you walking a day??
     
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    Great series, I love the last shot. The angle, sky and contrast are fantastic.
     
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    Really nice stuff. Liek the first the most. you have such nice places to go to.
     
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    Wow! Nice work. Sure beats the weather we are having here.

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    The first one and last one are incredible Woodsac! Good work!
     
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    Thanks :D
    Well, the weather took a turn for the worse. It's raining and we have a high wind advisory...+50mph winds :grumpy:
    So, I won't be getting out today.
    This place is only about a 25 minute drive. But it took me almost an hour to hike up into it.
    I easily walked 8-10 miles yesterday. Started before the sun came up and finished at dark. The tree series I posted last night was more driving than walking. This stop took a total of about 3.5 hours ;)
     
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    Very Nice! Um, could this be Joshua tree?
     
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    The last one is my definite fave of these but 2 and 4 are also standout compositionally. I love your BW conversions.
    Awesome work jake! :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks!
    Yep, Joshua Trees :wink:
     
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    you know that you missed a meet-up which was there?
     

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