Donner Lake

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  1. MrFSS

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    I do like the second picture! very calm!
     
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    Great shots. Number three is my fav, i like the mountains in the BG :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks for the comments. Taken on a recent Amtrak trip across the country. It had snowed about a foot the night before, so very "clean" looking.
     
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    love the second as well...well balanced exposure. beautiful place. :D
     
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    nice shots!!! my favs are 2 and 3 :thumbup:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the "little sticks of trees" in the first very much, with the light given it looks a bit like a model train diorama ;). Look at all those miniature shadows, too. I really like that!!!
     
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    Nice shots, i like #3 the best also...
     
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    Absolutely agree:D
     
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    Well - its almost a model train - we were on an Amtrak when I took this one.

    There is an area just at the tree-tops of the trees at the lake line on the far side of the lake. That is road and railroad track area where we would eventually be. This is a very big horseshoe curve where the train drops down several thousand feet in just a few miles.
     
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    Love these ! Really massive photographs and beautiful land. Nice shots !
     

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