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  1. #3051
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    Raven very nice pano.

  2. #3052
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    Here are a couple fall shots from last weekend in the Sierra...


    Untitled by Lukas Wenger Photography, on Flickr


    Rush Creek by Lukas Wenger Photography, on Flickr
    Lukas

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  3. #3053
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    Lukas,

    I really like the impact of the band of color in the trees running across the first photo.

    Ken

  4. #3054
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    Really nice of nature to pose for you. I always appreciate it.
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  5. #3055
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    Yarra River at Warrandyte. With the toy camera


  6. #3056
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    No Bunyips in that shot.

    Very well done!
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  8. #3058
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    Panning for gold - Warrandyte
    (they are about 165 years late)
    (its the same sport as the post two above)


  9. #3059
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    Wouldn't you typically look for gold in a billabong? Although this spot does seem to qualify, maybe the river is too high. We still find gold in the Sierra usually from new deposits as the rivers subside in the fall. Even though most of it was taken out by 1880 or so.
    Last edited by D70FAN; 11-04-2013 at 11:26 AM.
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  10. #3060
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    Remind me never to go gold panning with you. A billabong is basically a muddy puddle and you will never find alluvial gold in a mud puddle.
    As it happens these two guys knew exactly what they doing and were in the river just where a stream enters (piped on picture left but you can't see it) from a valley that was full of gold in years past so they were searching in the perfect spot and they were rewarded with some small flecks. Not enough to pay for an ice cream but gold none the less.

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