Devil's Punchbowl

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  1. abraxas

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    A few from the Devil's Punchbowl county park at the base of the Angeles National Forest in Southern California. The formations are a result of the movement of the San Andreas earthquake fault and erosion over a period of millions of years.

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    thanks for looking :)
     
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    Really nice light.....I will have to make a point of visiting there sometime....you make it look so appealing! : )
     
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    Cool, thanks! Good to see you around, you've been missed.:thumbup:
     
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    man it has been years since i have been there... i lived in tujunga, and glendale for awhile... nice pics man.
     
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    nice pictures, I like the second one.
     
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    Nice pics. I don't live far from there but have not seen what you took pictures of. It's tough to shoot in direct sunlight.
     
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    great shots but I just love the 4th shot, one of those shots where its hard to judge the scale, is that moss or are they trees! Great stuff. ( yes they are tress ) right? :lol:
     
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    Thanks!

    I really like the park. I need to get down in the 'bowl', and get some stream shots, just wasn't into it that day.

    Yep, trees. About 20-25 feet tall. I have a couple shots with people in them, but need to figure out some other way of showing scale.
     

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