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  1. abraxas

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    Favorite Places, #93,875,937,450,930
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    Thats a Henry Moore, no? Very cool.

    tim
     
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    that's really cool
     
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    That is a neat looking rock formation! Where was that taken? It looks like the southwest somewhere.
     
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    I don't like the shadow, try shooting this in twilight and I think it will glow with perfection.
     
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    Hi Tim, I had no idea who you were talking about, so I looked it up; pretty cool, and I'd almost think so too. I've always liked the strength of the formation.


    Thank you Julz.

    This is the White Tank Arch in Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California. One of the park's more unique, yet somewhat awkward attractions to photograph.

    The arch has many moods. :)
     

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