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electrachrome wrote:
Mapman wrote:So excited, we are doing the family road trip this summer to Yellowstone and the Tetons...
Do you have time to go to Glacier National Park? your kids should get a chance to see it before it's all gone. I last saw all those parks over 30 years ago. wow, time flies.
My wife and I spent our honeymoon (Jun- Aug '82) touring the National Park System. Put over 15k miles on the car. Saw the destruction of Mt St Helens, Glacier and much much more. I would say Glacier and the Olympics (Hurricane Ridge) are must do's before it's too late. Lovin' your "Strangers" series, 'chrome!
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gordo55 wrote:Lovin' your "Strangers" series, 'chrome!
thanks. my goal is to actually covert one into a real painting with in the next month. I haven't painted in nearly 30 years as well, but I was OK at ti when I gave it up . Hopefully it's like riding a bicycle. I'm going to start small, but I'd like to work towards painting some big canvasses.
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gordo55 wrote:Lovin' your "Strangers" series, 'chrome!
Me too! Love the chrome posts.

electrachrome wrote:thanks. my goal is to actually covert one into a real painting with in the next month. I haven't painted in nearly 30 years as well, but I was OK at ti when I gave it up . Hopefully it's like riding a bicycle. I'm going to start small, but I'd like to work towards painting some big canvasses.
Do it! Make sure you post 'em here. Wishing you success!
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IWish wrote:
gordo55 wrote:Lovin' your "Strangers" series, 'chrome!
Me too! Love the chrome posts.

electrachrome wrote:thanks. my goal is to actually covert one into a real painting with in the next month. I haven't painted in nearly 30 years as well, but I was OK at ti when I gave it up . Hopefully it's like riding a bicycle. I'm going to start small, but I'd like to work towards painting some big canvasses.
Do it! Make sure you post 'em here. Wishing you success!
What Sue said!
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Went out for photos one rainy night.

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those are great KSN!!!
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Agreed, really excellent. Pretty "fast" camera/lens, too, then? Certainly does well in low light.
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@KSN - very nice! what gear did you shoot those on? Definite blade runner vibe.
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Thanks! I took these with my Lumix GH3 + Summilux 25mm/1.4

Thinking about upgrading the system soon, as the body is feeling dated. I’m waiting for the Sony A7Siii and switching to full frame if I can afford it.
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gordo55 wrote:
electrachrome wrote:
Mapman wrote:So excited, we are doing the family road trip this summer to Yellowstone and the Tetons...
Do you have time to go to Glacier National Park? your kids should get a chance to see it before it's all gone. I last saw all those parks over 30 years ago. wow, time flies.
My wife and I spent our honeymoon (Jun- Aug '82) touring the National Park System. Put over 15k miles on the car. Saw the destruction of Mt St Helens, Glacier and much much more. I would say Glacier and the Olympics (Hurricane Ridge) are must do's before it's too late. Lovin' your "Strangers" series, 'chrome!
Probably not going on the trip now, I'm eating up my vacation days visiting the wife in the hospital! :(
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Mapman wrote:Probably not going on the trip now, I'm eating up my vacation days visiting the wife in the hospital! :(
Sorry to hear. I hope she has a speedy recovery.
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