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N 11 B 2.4K C 10 E Nov 22, 2006 F Nov 23, 2006
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This is my favorite shot from Shanendoah National Park. I wasn't very impressed with Shenandoah. After being out west, the mountains in the east seem pretty lame. I love the yellow leaves against the blue sky

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N 52 B 3.6K C 38 E Feb 7, 2007 F Feb 11, 2007
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It's Wormsloe Again, this is the color version of the "Go Into The Light" picture. If you're wondering what kind of bizarre weather conditions allowed it to be both foggy and sunny at the same time, actually a truck just blasted down this dirt road and kicked up a bunch of dust.

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N 3 B 807 C 1 E Nov 22, 2006 F Nov 23, 2006
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Shenandoah National Park

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N 10 B 1.8K C 7 E Jan 5, 2007 F Jan 23, 2007
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This is Fall Creek Falls in Tennessee. After a rather trecherous hike straight down the side of a cliff, they strung a metal cable down the cliff to hang onto (really it wouldn't have been too bad if I didn't have a 40 pound camera bag on my back) I was rewarded with this view at the bottom.

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N 55 B 7.4K C 47 E May 18, 2007 F May 22, 2007
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Sunset over the Ozark Mountains, in Northern Arkansas. I stood in this spot for a half hour or so, waiting for the sunset. I was talking to another photographer there, who was doing the same. It was heavily overcast, the sky was gray, and just kept getting darker and darker. After a half hour, be both agreed, there's no way in hell we're having a sunset tonight, so we both got in out cars and left. About 2 minutes later, I caught a glimpse of this incredable sky in my rear view mirror, so I spun around and went back.

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