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Date: 03/26/20 13:24
The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: BoilingMan

We had a few inches of new snow in Dutch Flat last night,  just enough to freshen the look of things a bit, and woke to a sunny morning.  I took a quick break from "Sheltering in Place"  (my new terminology for, "working on the layout")  to run out and snag a going away shot of #5 out at Gorge.
Fun's over- back to wiring...
SR

Update: 1:30p and it's snowing again.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/26/20 13:33 by BoilingMan.




Date: 03/26/20 14:28
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: tomstp

Beautiful area.



Date: 03/26/20 15:02
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: photobob

Great lighting.

Robert Morris
Dunsmuir, CA
Robert Morris Photography



Date: 03/26/20 15:16
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: BoilingMan

Oops-  I didn't know you were watching, Bob.
Let me make some adjustments...
SR




Date: 03/26/20 15:28
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: ns1000

Niice..!!



Date: 03/26/20 15:45
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: SCUfoamer

I see the subie! What a trooper... oh yeah... awesome shot. I can see you slowly figuring out the best angle for Canyon :)



Date: 03/26/20 15:56
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: BoilingMan

Yes, I launched from up there on Casa Loma Road. I like keeping an eye on the thing-
SR



Date: 03/27/20 08:53
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: Gonut1

Nice layout. The backdrop is awesome! So realistic.
Go



Date: 03/27/20 09:04
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: BoilingMan

I ‘shopped the clouds- came out okay, I guess. But kinda not believable.
SR



Date: 03/27/20 10:56
Re: The Morning After (In a Good Way)
Author: zfan

So love this iconic location.  Thanks for capturing from the air.  



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