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Uploaded: 05/04/05 3:08 PM GMT
Garden of thre Gods #2
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This image is dedicated to trisbert (Robert),who would like to visit this place when he comes to visit America. To mesmerized (Pat), my Canadian friend who was expecting a still life today. Lastly but far from least my friend morwyn (Ann) who would like to stroll the paths of the Garden of the gods with her camera. I live 70 miles (112 KLMs) from this place of magical formations. I attempt to get there for every season. Todays upload was taken in the fall.Observe the dark blue cloudless sky, a sure sign of a VERY cold morning. Thank all of you for your interest in these images of this place of mystic beauty.

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::nmsmith
05/04/05 3:46 PM GMT
Lovely shot, my friend. Such a beautiful place.
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::bayoubooger
05/04/05 4:16 PM GMT
g'day bob/Annie,

like the shot, except for the cold, i don't see any white stuff though...
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"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great." - Mark Twain
::Morwyn
05/04/05 4:19 PM GMT
Absolutely Magical!!!!!! I can see the path from here.. I can walk it in my dreams.. Thanks so much for sharing this with me.. Maybe someday.... In the meantime I have your images to delight me..
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mesmerized
05/04/05 6:29 PM GMT
That's O.K. about the still life, Robert...this photo more than makes up for it...quite an impressive rock formation here...thank you for taking me to places like this I've never been to...a great shot, and I'll keep an eye out for another still life another time when the weather calls for it (haha)...thanks again, and hope you are enjoying some better weather.:Pat.
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JOHNLAKEBURR
05/04/05 7:34 PM GMT
Hi Robert,
Very fine landscape!.....and very fine shot!.......Perfect!
Cheers!..............John
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"Los buenos pintores imitan la naturaleza, pero los malos la vomitan" Miguel de Cervantes (El Licenciado Vidriera)
J_272004
05/04/05 9:01 PM GMT
Another great shot.... they look amazing.. i hope to see them one day... great work
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The human heart feels things the eyes cannot see, and knows what the mind cannot understand. --Robert Vallett
::JOHANNA
05/05/05 6:36 AM GMT
Lovely image and great shot.
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Carpe diem....
trisbert
05/05/05 2:46 PM GMT
Oh gee, thanks Robert. It looks so primeval I’m half expecting to meet dinosaurs when I finally get there. Do people climb these outcrops? Not that I intend to, I don’t bounce as well as I used to. I like that branch on the left, it brings the eye back into the picture after following the line of rocks.
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There are three colours, Ten digits and seven notes, its what we do with them that’s important. Ruth Ross
::Neamh
05/05/05 10:04 PM GMT
Your photo seems almost as good as being there Bob because you captured the mystic quality of this place.Very well framed too.
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::RobNevin
05/09/05 1:15 AM GMT
Wonderful picture Bob. Your images bring us all there with you.

Rob
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::Accipiter
05/14/05 12:42 AM GMT
I like the way you worked the tree brances, the bush and the distant mountains into the frame on this one.
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nezperce
07/30/05 8:01 PM GMT
Great Picture
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qe'ci'y้w'yew (thank you) Greetings From The Netherlands nezperce1951 Henk. "A Brother may not be a Friend, but a Friend will always be a Brother."
cosv
08/25/06 2:06 AM GMT
thanks
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michaelsmyth
03/05/10 7:12 PM GMT
this view is boring
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