El Creeko

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  1. Verbal

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    How do you say "creek" en espanol?

    No matter... here are some more shots from my li'l hike. No one talk to me about slow shutter speeds, because I can't change them on my bloody camera. :er:

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    I especially like the fourth shot here.....Nice shooting Verbage Darling! : )
     
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    I'm awfully partial, Darling, to #5 ...

    I love how you have so much GREEN around you!
     
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    awesome, verb, looks like a fun place to photo, i like the first and the last...

    freetranslation.com says el creeko is "el riachuelo", but when i reverse it, it comes back "stream", close enough? ;)
     
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    dude, these are definately the best ones from your hike (i am partial to the mushy tho) great shots esp 1&2. didn't know you went to the degabar system for the fifth?!....did you see yoda?! :lol:
     
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    #2 is great, i love the old barn pics in b&w
     
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    2 and 5 are excellent. So much green in winter though is wrong.
     
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    Thanks!!
     
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    I like #5 best of all. Love the green shades, and it reminds me of a painting at my parents' place.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    As the forum's most notorious sucker for the colour GREEN I must love the last photo, but also the close up of the moss in 3.

    And I do!

    But I also love the old barn that you detected there. I prefer the first (uncropped, untinted, purely b+w version) to the second, though because it includes all of that gnarled tree in the frame. And the tree is a very interesting second element to the photo, I think.

    Your woods look light downright JUNGLES!
    I mean I find a bit of wilderness by the riverside as long as the ground allows me to step in there because it is frozen, but nothing like this!
    It really looks a bit like a rainforest!!!!!!
     
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    Thanks Corinna! I really love the woods here because of their jungle-quality...I always expect an Ewok to jump out anytime! There lots of moss, tuns of ferns, and lots of trees...it's so beautiful up there, I have a really tough time capturing it on camera.
     
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    dang Jon, you sure are getting around lately...much to our enjoyment i must say! love #3!!!!!
     

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