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Uploaded: 09/23/04 1:32 PM GMT
Avalanche Gully
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Up at the snow with my sons for the last couple of days - Mt. Hotham (in the Victorian Alps). The gully just beyond the tree line is called Avalanche Gully for obvious reasons.


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09/23/04 2:33 PM GMT
I like the track on the snow. The lighting is beautiful. Well done :-)
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"Violence is the last resort of the incompetent" (I. Asimov)
09/23/04 4:02 PM GMT
Marvelous shot!! Agree with Pierre.
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Carpe diem.
09/23/04 5:28 PM GMT
still searching the images for signs of yetti, oh nvm, this is the victorian alpines!
great shot, nice image quality, composition and angle that shows the steepness of the slope, and the trees are set right along the mason dixon line hehe
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The easiest way to miss a shot is to not venture far enough to find it.
09/23/04 5:53 PM GMT
Aaargh I want to go go ski-ing again...
Wonderfull shot. Good work.
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(<->.<(<->.<->)>.<->) They are watching you!
09/24/04 8:47 AM GMT
Absolutely breathtaking view. Must be a great moment with your sons.
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~Let it be as it is desired~
09/25/04 8:40 PM GMT
What a shot! It must have been a glorious day. Thanks for sharing.
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we are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking up at the stars
01/27/05 10:53 AM GMT
This is one fine capture. The white snow's not at all blinding - perfect for an uncluttered desktop. I kinda fancy the seemingly slanted vegetation. Thanks for sharing Steb, oh and a happy new year too.

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02/01/05 12:09 AM GMT
Fantastic shot. Just back from 3 Vallees and I wish I was back NOW
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03/07/05 12:33 AM GMT
Wow.You like to live dangerously! What a picture. Great!
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06/04/05 2:25 PM GMT
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Many waters cannot quench love, neither can floods drown it.---Song of Solomon 8:7
02/11/09 9:36 PM GMT
I find it rather disorienting, it is very hard to understand which direction is up in the image. Perhaps because of the angle at which it was taken? Could be because of the lack of a horizon?
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