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    Default L.A. to Idaho 1979


    Most of my adult life was spent in a world that was paved over. Hard surfaces such as concrete, brick, stone, marble and asphalt. A physical relocation to Idaho later in life, revealed wildflowers, saplings, young sprigs, creeks, streams, green meadows and where old trees fall to decay, and feed the land.

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    Very nice series Rick. Love #2. ~~Peg
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    The color shots are excellent, nice composition, nice colors.
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    All very nice, the 2nd one is my favorite of the bunch.


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    Nice set, the rock looks like a man in a baseball hat.


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    Kevin I see the man. You are so right.

    Rick lovely shots and what a great place to live.


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    I agree with some of the others, You really nailed #2. Very nice.


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    All are nice. For me, the third one looks like a serpent's hood.

    Baseball is not a native game here. People play cricket which somewhat resembles baseball. So. my imagination does not take me to a baseball player's hat.
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    Lovely set, but for me the favourite has to be #1.....wonderful.
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    Excellent job on Shoshone Falls. It can be difficult to capture well.


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