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    Default Coast Redwoods 2018

    A head start for 2018 photos. This was the end of December, but close enough. Just got a new lens I'm getting a handle on. The Zeiss Milvus 85mm. This was Howland Hill Rd. in Jedediah Smith park.
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    Well handled so far. Good shot.
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    Great picture, that is cool.
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    I really like that one. Imagine that wall sized. You would want to walk right through the wall down that road.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    I'd break my nose walking through it!

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    Pretty work, Mario.
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    I miss seeing green! Awesome picture!

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    Awsome.
    You've really managed to capture the density of the Redwood forest.
    Those two apprentices of mine that were with Richard and me, when we met up with you.
    The sheer vertical mass of trees per acre in Rockefeller grove simply blew their minds. That is something that is really hard to explain to someone, who hasn't been to the Redwoods.
    This picture does a great job of it.




    Put a location on those pictures when you post them, please.
    That makes it ever so much more fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flushcut View Post
    I miss seeing green! Awesome picture!
    My friend used to drive from the mountains to the desert to get out of the white. Mammoth Lakes to Bishop, CA.



    Great shot.







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    I wish a change of scenery was a short drive away.

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