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Spider Rock #10645
09/25/07 04:34 PM
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Durwood Edwards Offline OP
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Canyon De Chelly



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Re: Spider Rock [Re: Durwood Edwards] #10646
09/27/07 04:25 PM
09/27/07 04:25 PM
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Hey Durwood,

Thanks for sharing. I get dizzy just looking at this, LOL.

James

Re: Spider Rock [Re: James Morrissey] #10647
09/27/07 05:12 PM
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Thanks For looking, James. I had a blast in the four corners area a few days back. From Gallup to Bryce,Escalante and Betatakin, the views were incredible. I will be boring everyone for months.

Here is, perhaps, a better Spider Rock Shot (if you like vertigo)!



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Re: Spider Rock [Re: Durwood Edwards] #10648
09/27/07 06:30 PM
09/27/07 06:30 PM
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Hey Durwood,

Yeah - LOL, they both do the trick. I think that the wider landscape (the 1st shot) actually gives me the greater sensation when I look at it. The large, slightly distorted spyre definitely gives me the feeling that the whole thing is coming down. The first photograph also is slightly warmer, which makes it more appealing to me. You did a nice job keeping the highlights on both photographs. They look like they were hard to take.

James

Re: Spider Rock [Re: James Morrissey] #10649
10/22/07 12:36 PM
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Spider Rock played an important role in the movie, "McKinna's Gold".


Bill in Austin

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