JOHN DAY FOSSIL BEDS, PAINTED HILLS

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  1. SQUACKS

    SQUACKS TPF Noob!

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    I should have made this a series of photos from the start. these are uncropped and non altered in any way. they are, in fact, scanned from slides and i have a devil of a time keeping dust of all the surfaces wnen scanning! there is a plug for digital!

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    nikon n90s fuji velvia 50
     
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    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Amazing colors and such a great location. What film were you using?
     
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    chase:

    when traveling out west i alway have a few rolls of fuji velvi 50 and provia 100.

    the state of Oregon has to be a photographers dream come true! there are so many differant land and seascapes there it is amazing.

    luck!
     
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    Oldfireguy TPF Noob!

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    state of Oregon has to be a photographers dream come true!

    Oh come on now. You need to head north and come up to Washington!

    Great set of photos. Great colors.
     
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    Thanks! I have! lol! I spent several weeks wandering Washington state and have a collection of photos from there.

    IT has a lot of the same types of landscapes. In fact, I was on Hurricane Ridge and over in Neah bay last august. Was on Mt. Baker couple of years ago and did some trout fishing around there.

    My wife love the Port Angeles area! I know she will be wanting to go back there. I prefer Seiku myself.....Washington is a photographic place for sure.

    luck!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The colours are so intense here. The sky is so blue and those mountains are all those varying shades of red. Wow-wow-wow.
    That very much looks like a place I'd love to explore, only don't I see when I might ever get there. Too cool.
    I'll have to go study these a little more now! Hmmmmm!
     
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    wonderful shots, great colours!!
     
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    thanks for the comments!
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    lots of impact with the contrasting colours...... great captures :thumbup:
     
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    Wowowowoowwww... great colors. I love the composition in #2.
     

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