Cool Nature Photos

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snymat68

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I just spent a long weekend in Blackwater Falls, WV and Dolly Sods, WV taking photos. These are a few of my favorites that I captured.

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Great pix, thanks for sharing! I've hiked both of those places & many more in WV, one of my fav states!

Here's a few I took this past Sunday at Lake Hope State Park in SE Ohio. Nothing like yours, but not too shabby for an iphone 8! :laughing:
 

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Great pix, thanks for sharing! I've hiked both of those places & many more in WV, one of my fav states!

Here's a few I took this past Sunday at Lake Hope State Park in SE Ohio. Nothing like yours, but not too shabby for an iphone 8! :laughing:

Any photo of nature is a good photo in my book!
 
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:thumbsup: thanks for sharing...peaceful settings.
 
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Wow. You have a gift..... Keen eye
 
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For viewing on the computer, from 15 years of doing our newsletter and have to watch size of it, I've found that pictures resized (can use Paint) down to 500 to 700 pixels wide will "pop" right up even on DSL internet vs. VERY SLOW TO LOAD typical 2400 pixel or so wide ones right off your camera. And really no loss in quality for computer viewing.

Use Paint, folks, before posting your pics.

Ralph
 
 
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