Tis the Season

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    Quote Originally Posted by quangdog View Post
    And here is the view from the top of Jackson's Peak in Idaho - just over 8000 feet. Had to hop off the snowmobiles and hike the last half mile up a pretty steep grade to get to the vantage point for this shot. This is a stitching of about 15 shots to form the panorama... and it does NOT do the view justice. Simply amazing.

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    You can see a larger version of this thing here: http://www.kimballlarsen.com/Content...maFullSize.jpg
    The larger version is AWESOME !!
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    Well, I'm sure George will be closing this thread soon. But there is yet time to take a cup of kindness for days of auld layng syne, in the spirit of Robert Burns.
    Here is to a very happy, healthy, and productive new year for us all !
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in. - John Muir

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    'twas the season


    twas the season by ChicagoJohn, on Flickr
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in. - John Muir

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    Tis the season for slowly getting back to normal....

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    Yup hope to change this Friday and just want to say what a great response, I have had lots on my plate (and not just turkey) so not getting on here as much as I would have liked, did get one image of Brendan at Christmas which says it all, here he is pleading with his eyes to start opening pressies - We were making him wait until his Uncle Paul arrived.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred Berg View Post
    Tis the season for slowly getting back to normal....

    I like your use of light in this, Fred Berg. But in allusion to Young Frankenstein, I wonder if in some cases it might be a return to the AB-normal I guess it's a matter of interpretation....
    I really liked George's grandson picture which is no longer visible.

    Anyway, thank you, youkshireman, for this thread. In dealing with some difficulties over the holiday season, it provided a focus that was at the same time a distraction an a source of inspiration. As Fred Berg has said so pithfully, photography is indeed a portal through which we are transported to other worlds. And to that observation I would add that that trip could not be a better one than it is with the members of Photoforum.com.
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in. - John Muir

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    ohw...why is there a flat iron...just wondering..

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    [QUOTE=jovymontoya2005;470815]ohw...why is there a flat iron...just wondering..[/QUOTE
    One would think it's obvious why -- you always iron the tree ornaments before putting them away for the season, eh? Otherwise they areall wrinkled when one takes'em out next year. It's an ounce of prevention, lass
    I only went out for a walk and finally decided to stay out till sundown; for going out, I found, was really going in. - John Muir

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    Thank you for the great input on this theme - it is now closed


 
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