The Headless Canyons

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  1. abraxas

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    Edge of the high desert
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    wow, beautiful shot.
     
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    Look familiar, San Gabriel Mountains?
     
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    Great shot.
     
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    cool man. the contrast between those mountains and the plains is great
     
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    Thanks everyone!
     
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    Great colours in this pic. The rolling clouds on the left. I wonder if waiting a while, the clouds would have the lower half of the mountains with only the peaks visible. I would love to go into the desert and photograph the landscapes. Good shot tho' friend :)
     
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    I blew through this too fast earlier- Yes, SG. Looks like maybe not too far from your desert sunset shots.

    Thanks Dougie;

    You might like these two, they were taken from a few miles to the left (south-east) from this spot and each other over the last couple weeks.

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=71857

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=71735
     
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    I just love it
     
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    great shot, this diversity is what i love about the desert...
     
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    Thanks LP and JTH!-

    JTH, staying busy?
     
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    Unfortunately...

    Works been crazy, and I don't feel like sitting at the computer in the evenings after working on it all day... but i'm going through tpf withdrawals so i had to get on here just to get a fix... :crazy:

    i haven't had a chance to go out shooting at all this year, so i don't have anything new to work with, just kinda in a photo funk i guess. I went chasing some good light earlier this week, hoping for a dramatic sunset, but it just fizzled out and nothing... so disappointing.
     

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