Gondolas in Infrared.

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  1. Roger

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    Great shots. I think I like the first one more- No people (they're creeping me out this week).
     
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    Very nicely exposed and composed.
    The crop works wonderful for these two images.
    I think I prefer the image without people as well.
    Good job.
     
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    thanks very much, I tried hard to get as many shots as I could away from people, I liked #2 because of the positioning of the gondolas...I can't quite place the avatar...is it Randolph Scott?

    thanks very much :D
     
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    Sky King

    The guy had it all, a ranch, the desert and an airplane...

    I was in love with his niece 'Penny', between the ages of 10 and 12 watching the old reruns..
     
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    heh heh those old 50's TV series were a crack-up....my fave flying show was Jet Jackson with Guy Stockwell and Icabod Mudd,
     

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