Pinnacles

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  1. woodsac

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    Star Trek, Planet of the Apes, those are a couple of the dozens of movies that have been shot here. All the pictures and movies make this place look so desolate. It's actually really pretty, if you take the time to look at it. I've gotta few more from here from today, but this is all for now, it's late!

    Right as the sun was going down

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    A small stretch of the 7 mile dirt road to get there

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    Amazing photography oppurtunities near where you are! Can't get over the first one with just the touch of colour and light reflecting off the hills. :thumbup: Wonderful!
     
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    Love the first one!

    I like the way you've kept the detail in the forground. ND Grad filter by any chance?
     
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    the sacman does it again! great shots buddy! :thumbup:
     
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    the sacman sure does it again! exquisite exposures and cool compositions!
    thanks for sharing.. looks like a wonderful location :D
     
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    I see this first image as a possible panorama shot; cropping out the bottom foreground; try it with a piece of paper or your hand...it has a lot of punch that gets lost with the current cropping.

    Neat image; with the crop you'll see the interplay of black and white and color happening; no small achievement!

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    Wow...woodsac. Rocking shots. Love the first one. !! :thumbup: :thumbup:
     
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    Man, your producing alot of awesome photos lately woodsac, this adds to it. Very cool looking place there!
     
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    Thank you! Always appreciated :mrgreen:
     

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