Arizona Lakes

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  1. JTHphoto

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    I posted this a few days ago, but it didn't last long in the fast moving general gallery. Photogoddess's shot of watson lake reminded me it was in there, so I thought I would try it over here... (long winded explanation for a bump) ;)


    A couple of lake photos from my archives...

    1) Sunset over Apache Lake - Nikon Coolpix 4300
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    2) Brittlebush - (Canyon Lake) - Canon Rebel G
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    3) Boulders - (Watson Lake) - Canon Rebel G
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    4) Slabs - (Woods Canyon Lake) - Canon Elan IIe
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    5) Snow Melt - (Woods Canyon Lake) - Canon Elan IIe
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    Can't believe they didn't get responses...they're all very lovely. I like the first and third very much. Great work pursuer :)
     
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    Know what's funny. I saw the thread but was so busy, I forgot to post something. I actually dug my Watson Lake shot out because of your post.

    BTW... Awesome shots! :thumbsup:
     
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    I have a few pics from every one of those areas. My Apache Lake and Watson Lake pics are a little different though. Woods Canyon was always my favorite place when I was a kid. Caught more trout from there than anywhere else in AZ. But that was back in the day when you also had to hike 5 miles to Willow Springs Lake. Now it's like a city park :sad anim:

    Oh well, great pics though...........
     
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    These are some beautiful captures,I like #3 and #4 very much - great work!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It becomes most apparent that you live in a very beautiful part of this world!
    They say it becomes a bit hot there in summer, though?
    But you have these lakes then to cool down a bit, right? ;)
    Heehee, or snow in winter, as you so clearly are letting us see.
     
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    thanks for the nice comments everyone...


    It's very beautiful and such a variety. Hot and dry in the lower deserts and snow, mountains, forests in the higher elevations. I just wish I could make more time to photograph it all...


    I would love to see your photos, I always loved Woods Canyon too, that's where I learned how to fish... i've been spending more time up in the white mountains lately, Big Lake and the Black River. I know what you mean about Willow Springs... most of the best places are like that anymore... :meh:
     

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