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Old 10-24-2013, 11:23 AM   #11
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I take shots from a moving car as I see them. They are a long shot, but at least it's a shot! Only a fraction of them come out clear. I erase as we travel to the next location. It keeps more of the chip free for taking the next cluster..
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Old 10-25-2013, 02:28 PM   #12
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She really does take shots from a moving car. It's a wonder she gets anything but.... she does. And while she's trying to take the shots.... I'm trying to roll down her window as fast as I can so she's got a better chance at getting a clearer shot!!! It's actually pretty funny. She even made me feel guilt about keeping a clean windshield so when we stopped for gas.... I'd try to clean up the front window a little bit... ya know.... scrubbing off bug guts and such!!! Normally.... I don't bother and just let the rain deal with it.
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Old 10-25-2013, 04:14 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by havalotta View Post
After we left the park, areas cut through the rock-bed show what lay beneath.
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Other cuts show the definite slant in the upheaval that had created the hills and valleys.

Like viewing a scene from the past. Cemeteries dot the land.
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Church stand nearby.
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Boxy, yet stylish homes scattered between.
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hava - those photos really remind me of Jason's hometown, near the Delaware river in Bucks County, PA. Those "boxy houses" line the road along the river, they are iconic in my mind.
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