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    Re: The Road

    Quote Originally Posted by johnmsanderson View Post
    Grafton, West Virginia, May 2021



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    Wow, this has a Deliverance feel, John.

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    Re: The Road

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    Early evening, I've pitched my tent in the Olympic Mountains (Wash. state).

    Down there is the FS road I ascended to get here.

    I'm looking across Puget Sound to the Cascade Mountains, a very different mountain range. On the horizon is Mt. Baker. A volcano – sleeping for now – she's just up the road from Mt. Saint Helens & Mt. Rainier. Back in the 1970s, I remember she spit a little bit of steam, people got very nervous, then she settled down. She's been mostly quiet ever since. However, I'm sure she watched Mt. Saint Helens lose her temper (in 1980) with great approval. It's only a matter of time before she wakes up and gets just as angry.

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    Re: The Road

    Quote Originally Posted by johnmsanderson View Post
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    Your two images are absolutely fantastic (colours, composition...) !

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    Re: The Road

    Quote Originally Posted by johnmsanderson View Post
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    Ahhh, the ubiquitous vest!

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    Re: The Road

    Highway photography from China wista 45 dXlll

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    Re: The Road

    Colorado outside of Denver probably in the late 1980s. 4x5 Chrome.
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    Re: The Road

    Interstate 94—Kennedy Expressway, Chicago, IL
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    Re: The Road

    Here I go again...

    The best thing about that road is the train

    As from my Chicago studio, I could walk 2 blocks, get on that train, get off inside ORD airport and be anywhere in the world quickly

    Where I am now, I have to get in a car for 10 miles to do the same



    edit, actually I can walk 3 miles to my regional and do the same

    I hate cars



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    Re: The Road

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    Colorado outside of Denver probably in the late 1980s. 4x5 Chrome.
    Love this

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    Re: The Road

    Certainly not the open road...Santiago, Chile
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    "Landscapes exist in the material world yet soar in the realms of the spirit..." Tsung Ping, 5th Century China

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