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March 2011 - Photography Assignment - Show us your favourite park(s)

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    Default March 2011 - Photography Assignment - Show us your favourite park(s)

    We all have parks in our various neighbourhoods from small playgrounds to wildlife conservation parks. Let's showcase our parks and recreation areas. Make a photograph(s) that shows your favourite park and tell us why this park is your favourite.

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    Well these aren't great quality as they're coming from my cell phone.
    This is Stanley Draper lake in oklahoma city, it's my recreational playground. I hike, bike, and kayak here all the time. This is from a kayak trip to the island, now it's a peninsula because the water level is so low! It's been carved by the wind, and it's an amazing site to see in person. Eventually I'll go back and take some good photos.






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    Nice shots, Realist. The water level is amazingly low! Looks like a nice place to go for a walk though.

    For reference, the monthly challenge is designed to get you out and get you shooting so it's generally images taken during the month of the challenge. Not a hard and fast rule but more of a guideline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iguanasan View Post
    Nice shots, Realist. The water level is amazingly low! Looks like a nice place to go for a walk though.

    For reference, the monthly challenge is designed to get you out and get you shooting so it's generally images taken during the month of the challenge. Not a hard and fast rule but more of a guideline.
    Oh didn't really know that. Seeing as I'm in afghanistan with no camera, can't really do that right now :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Realist View Post
    Oh didn't really know that. Seeing as I'm in afghanistan with no camera, can't really do that right now :S
    in that case, post what you have
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    Quote Originally Posted by Realist View Post
    Oh didn't really know that. Seeing as I'm in afghanistan with no camera, can't really do that right now :S
    As Bambi said, post what you want in that case. We're nothing if not accommodating!
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    Deer Lake...It's my favorite local park because of the year round animal and bird population


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    Default Blenkinsop Lake and the Galloping Goose

    Here are few from a greenway in Saanich (Victoria), B.C., reclaimed from a railbed last used in the 1920s by a streetcar named the 'Galloping Goose'. Locals call the entire trail system the Galloping Goose Trail. I live between two lakes on the trail, each about 10 minutes walk from my door. Both lakes support a large population of local and migratory birds due to limited human access to the shorelines.
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    My favorite would have to be Chattahoochee National Forrest. Mainly because it is my backyard playground that I can be in the middle of no where with in minutes of my home and since mountain streams are one of my favorite stress relievers to use by fishing, photographing or just sitting on a rock in the middle of and they are plentiful. With each having it's own personality.
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    Chattahoochee National Forrest looks like a great place to get lost in for a few weeks. 2 & 5 are my choices.

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