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Old 01-28-2017   #1
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Not been able to do much photography in a bit. This is from a recent trip out west.

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A beautiful shot and processing.
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Beautiful. Captures the high desert feel very sell.

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A good looking image, I particularly like the transparency of the sky.
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Well done, nice looking pano...
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Beautiful capture
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Old 02-16-2017   #7
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Thanks for all the nice comments folks.
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This is what HDR was meant for! Well done indeed!
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Beautiful capture and pp
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I keep coming back to this one. Beautiful shot.

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