Klamath Wildlife Refuge

Discussion in 'Nature' started by WoodWorks, Feb 16, 2013.

  1. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

    Dec 12, 2012
    Ashland, OR, USA
    David

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  2. Bimjo

    Bimjo Super Moderator

    Oct 28, 2011
    Washington State
    Jim
    Looks like you had a sweet day. :)
     
  3. NickCyprus

    NickCyprus Super Moderator

    Oct 11, 2012
    Cyprus
    Nick
  4. gio

    gio TalkEmount Veteran

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    Sep 12, 2012
    Manchester, uk
    love the lead in train lines, a little bend around 1/2 in towards the mountains would have been photo heaven,your eyes can't help being drawn to the converging lines of the track, rather than being led into the mountains (which I'm sure is the focal point), but you can't move the track,
    all in all definitely a shot to be proud of.
     
  5. oylo

    oylo TalkEmount Regular

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    Aug 16, 2012
    Norway
    The railway. Perfect!
     
  6. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

    Dec 12, 2012
    Ashland, OR, USA
    David
    Thanks, gio. The track does eventually curve to the left, just past that first ridge line. But by then there are metal hay sheds, a gas station, and various other bits of human detritus in view to ruin the scene. Sigh.
     
  7. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

    Dec 12, 2012
    Ashland, OR, USA
    David
    Here's one more that I like. A couple of coyotes were out frolicking on the frozen marshland, and their antics made me put down the camera and just enjoy the show from afar. But I managed to grab this image first.

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    Dos Coyotes.jpg by Holzwerk, on Flickr
     

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  8. gio

    gio TalkEmount Veteran

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    Sep 12, 2012
    Manchester, uk
    that is a fantastic shot of the coyotes
     
  9. Jefenator

    Jefenator TalkEmount Top Veteran

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    Nov 23, 2012
    Oregon, USA
    Jeff
    You seem to have a real knack for scouting the best locations (which is of course at LEAST half the battle for landscapes). Thanks for sharing!
     
  10. WoodWorks

    WoodWorks Super Moderator

    Dec 12, 2012
    Ashland, OR, USA
    David
    Thanks Jeff. "Scouting" may be giving me way too much credit. It's more like wandering around aimlessly.

    My wife's family, who hail from Nicaragua, have been known to call me pate de perro, which translates as "dog's paw." I'm told that it's a Nicaraguan epithet for someone who just can't seem to stay in one place for very long. :rolleyes:
     
  11. olli

    olli TalkEmount Veteran

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    Aug 16, 2011
    Washington DC
    olli
    Love the coyote shot.