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Red Rocks...Nifty Clouds!

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    You always seem to have awesome clouds in your neighbourhood. My favourite out of these two is the first.
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    Nice set and shot 1 for me as well.
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    Both are excellent images, but I agree that #1 is the winner here. That little bit more line in the larger background works so well, yet does not detract from the foreground. Very nicely done Casil.
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    Both are great shots.

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    Put me in for number 1! Very nice. At first I thought I was looking at selective colour in the foreground only....thats kinda what makes it for me.

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    Love your sky and orange tones!

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    Both are great shots, but I am gonna buck the system a bit, and say my favorite is number 2...
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    Wow...thanks for all the kind words gang.... much appreciated. It was a hard shoot this one....I had a broken foot (from the week before) and couldnt walk very far. But I discovered a whole new area to go to next time that I didn;t even know existed....wish I could have walked there on this trip but just too far.
    It is one of the coolest places in Alberta - Red Rock Coulee so if you are in the area I highly suggest making the journey! The photo ops are endless!
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