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  1. abraxas

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    Interesting title. Can't say I get it.




    Killer composition, don't think I need to get the title.
     
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    WX is the acronym for weather.

    This is a weather station.

    Nice find.
     
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    Dammit, I knew that.....:blushing:
     
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    Yep, yep, yep.

    I tried to get the wind direction vane(?) to line up with the contrail. Thought about using my tripod to push it the way I wanted, but I probably would have screwed up the historical climate record for the middle of nowhere.

    I've thought of shooting this for a few months. Drove nearly two hours, 100 miles, walked about 1/4 mile through 2-3 inch squishy mud to arrive with about 5 minutes to spare before the sun came up. I set up for the shot I envisioned, composed, thought it looked stupid and repositioned and shot this. Not too bad.

    The upside is I spent the rest of the day out there exploring and found a place called, "The Subterranean Rabbit Room." Crazy stuff out there.

    & thnx Battou.
     

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