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    Corran, You had great light compared to when I have visited. Morning light is usually too harsh and the stones very reflective or affected by the tree shadows. Late day the light comes from the right and usually causes some flare. A nice spring overcast day is my next planned trip there since the trees will have leaves then. The creek itself is interesting if you travel toward the Chattahoochee, but there is not really a good trail beyond the ruins. The other side of the bridge is a little known fly fishing spot.
    The mountain waters of North Georgia call out to me, I visit and leave only tripod holes behind. The Appalachian Trail is my treadmill and gym.
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    Yeah I am interested in going again when it's a bit warmer. I saw some angles that might be nice in the creek. Today I am exploring far northwest GA (currently waiting on the gates to open at Lula Lake after driving out this morning at 6am ).
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    Gnarly tree branch gate to abandoned ranch. Castledale, Utah.

    #BUAB 179. 4x5 Tachihara, 90mm S.Angulon lens, O2 filter, on 4x5 PXP.

    . . Ranch Gate. Utah by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Massachusetts, December 2002
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    Reworking images from the archives

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    Gettysburg National Military Park. Spencer-Portland 9" on a 4x5 RB Graflex with a back modified by Grimes. Handheld. 27 Nov 2017.
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    walking the rails


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    O'Gara #12 Mine


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmsanderson View Post
    O'Gara #12 Mine
    I like the subtle colors, almost looks hand painted. I am not much into color photography these days but enjoyed your National Character series. I have been to some of those places or places like them. Well done.
    The mountain waters of North Georgia call out to me, I visit and leave only tripod holes behind. The Appalachian Trail is my treadmill and gym.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnacle View Post
    Oh yes. Tripods are forbidden in all of Sicily's antiquities sites and they're red hot about it. This was supported on a chair back, the chair being sat on by the very helpful but unfortunately-being-watched-by-his-boss attendant. He was most sympathetic, but wouldn't let me put the tripod up.

    That's why I have no photos from the Valley of the Temples; they wouldn't even allow the tripod in the area.


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    Funny you should say that, Willie - in the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo a year or two back, I had an interesting discussion with the operators as to whether I needed a tripod ticket to use a monopod...

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