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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by thecoalman, Aug 11, 2006.

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  1. thecoalman

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    This was taken outside Show Low, Arizona. From my understanding this area was consumed by a wild fire a few years back. Pure amateur luck, I was using a higher end point and shoot 35mm camera.

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  2. poochee

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    That's lovely!
     
  3. thecoalman

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    Thank you. :) Vertigo anyone? From atop the St. Louis Arch.
     

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    good job thecoalman...

    the first one from the top of the arch is great...
     
  5. thecoalman

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    Thanks.:) I was suprised myself how well that came out. I don't know if you were ever up there but it's just a very small window at an angle. Again pure luck.:p These are all old scans I did years ago, I really should redo them.

    On to the next one, I call this one MOFNW :eek: Heading North out Show Low, Arizona.
     

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  7. poochee

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    Coalman...Nice pics.
     
  8. thecoalman

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    My next installment... This is at Arches National Park. That's me in the first picture kneeling, it's pretty deceptive. the second picture with my cousin in it will give some better perspective. It's huge. This arch is used quite a lot in movies, commercials... One of the Idiania Jones movies uses it in at the end of the opening sequence, not sure which one but it's the opening where he was a kid. It's cool when you see somewhere you have been.
     

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  9. poochee

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    Nice pics of rock formations.
     
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    amazing picture of the sunset...very nice...:cool:
     
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    beatiful pictures coal man especally the fist one
     
  12. thecoalman

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    Thanks, I'm just an amateur and when you have hundreds of them it's easy to pick out the best ones. I myself was suprised how well that came out when I first saw it:D

    Moving on here's some shot from Canyon De Chelley in the Northeast corner of Arizona, a Indian reservation. That's my Jackass cousin in the one. In the horizontal one you can see they are activey farming it, there's also a octaganol dwelling... This had some kind of signifigance but it's been a long time and I forget what it is. In the other picture, if you look in the rock cut you'll see some cliff dwellings.
     

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    most beatiful i have allway wanted to visit there and now you make me want to go more with those beatiful pictures coalman
     
  14. poochee

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    The Coalman...Nice pics!
     
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    Thx again... moving along to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.:) The first one is 3 pictures stitched together, poorly I might add. My foot can be seen in the lower right. Those bushes are actually trees. The Second one is "Angel's Window", the Colorado River on the floor of the canyon is visble through it. To give you a little scale you can walk out on this, the fence can be seen. Most of the areas were not fenced and you could as close as you dared. The last one is from Point Imperial, the highest point anywhere on the Canyon Rim.
     

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