Thanks for Moulton Barn comments,
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> On Dec 5, 2017, at 2:12 PM, Daniel J. Matyola <danmaty...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Not a large gallery, but a very enjoyable one, with many entrancing
> portraits of National Parks all over the globe.
> Rick Wormer's "Haleakala Crater" touches my soul, as that is just about my
> favorite spot on the planet -- next to the beaches of South Maui. <G>
> Jack Davis' "Moulton Barn" is perhaps THE classic national park view, and
> he managed to take that oft-photographed site and make it feel alive.
> Jn van Wijk's "Painted Desert Locals" is perhaps the most dynamic; I love
> the way he capture both the perched bird and the airborne in that
> well-composed image.
> My favorite, however, is Ken Waller's "Caribou." What a magnificent beast,
> and what a splendid pose. The background is just right: Out of focus
> enough to avoid distracting the eye, yet clear enough to strongly convey
> the environment.
> Dan Matyola
> On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 4:47 PM, Brian Walters <apathy...@lyons-ryan.org>
>> G'day all,
>> A late surge of submissions got us up to a reasonable number - all very
>> showing the diversity of National Parks in several countries.
>> View here:
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>> Note: The automated submission process usually works well but it's not
>> infallible. So, if you made a submission and you don't see it in the
>> let me know.
>> First up for 2018: 'Shadow'.
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