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The Tall and Short of It - Red Rock, CO

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This famous concert venue has amazing rock formations and many trails inside a park that encompasses more than just the music.BTW that is a normal size pine tree.
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might blur the clouds ever so slightly to keep the eye more focused on the rock....cool pic minniev

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Thanks frank and that’s a good idea to try!
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Zut!. Massive stuff. Happy it was not shifting. Cool perspective, especially knowing the size of the tree. Matt
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Matt Quinn wrote:
Sun Oct 28, 2018 2:21 am
Zut!. Massive stuff. Happy it was not shifting. Cool perspective, especially knowing the size of the tree. Matt
Thanks Matt. I am always lured in by red rock against blue sky.
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Post by St3v3Murray »

minniev wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:53 pm
This famous concert venue has amazing rock formations and many trails inside a park that encompasses more than just the music.BTW that is a normal size pine tree.
I like it and I don't, I can't say exactly why but I kept scrolling up and down which tells me there was nowhere to rest my eyes. S-
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