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    Devil's Lake, ND - from the archives

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    1. gerardnicolas#2 40 months ago | reply

      Strange. Somebody had the idea to build a house here ? At first vision i thought it was a grey wall behind the house. Thank you to show us Devil's Lake ;=)

    2. Jack_B_ 40 months ago | reply

      the thing just floats seemingly. Great find and shot!

    3. lop v stein 40 months ago | reply

      a wonderful atmosphere: beautifully spoted and composed.

    4. geru68 [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      +++

    5. Lieve Van den Bosch 40 months ago | reply

      I somehow missed this shot. It's amazing, I love the surreal atmosphere.
      Really good !!!

    6. jules dernier 40 months ago | reply

      Aoh Marc! it's crazy good!

    7. .navilluS 40 months ago | reply

      Thanks a lot! Guess this happens when your lake rises over 26 feet in 18 years.

    8. Mr. Johnson - The Ruiner 40 months ago | reply

      Nice.... Instant favorite.

    9. DJM75 40 months ago | reply

      Location, location, location!

    10. steven-brooks 39 months ago | reply

      Great capture!

    11. Lauren Blume 39 months ago | reply

      Love this picture! The composition and the whole atmosphere are just wonderful!

    12. Gigolo's Honeymoon 39 months ago | reply

      I've nothing to add to these comments -- all are deserved!

    13. hanna ukura 38 months ago | reply

      Wow, I love this

    14. Loco Steve 36 months ago | reply

      Hello Marc, I am collecting photos of Devils lake Amtrak and the surrounding community and i would be happy to include this image in the above group with thanks Steve

    15. Ola Lila 36 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot

    16. Birdyphage 33 months ago | reply

      wonderful shot! This soft light is awsome!

    17. Nigel D Christian [deleted] 33 months ago | reply

      Lakehouse, or, "Giver of Pathos".

    18. .navilluS 33 months ago | reply

      thanks again everyone... greatly appreciated!!!
      Nigel - sure, I'm OK with that. although I would like to think the photo does the convincing and not me. This type of scene speaks for itself so no need for any emotional, artistic flourishes.
      Just trying to present the facts in an aesthetically pleasing manner and if there's a response, that's great.
      As much as I love abstraction and cool, detached art, I made the decision a couple years ago to try to add another layer which would give a human connection that was missing from my work.
      So, it's kind of funny how the absence of humans has become that connection, but I do believe it works on some levels.
      Just hope I'm staying objective without twisting any arms.

    19. -clicking- 25 months ago | reply

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