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This shot was taken on my drive to Bumping Lake in the Wenatchee National Forest.
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No, I don't play Golf :)
But at 6am nobody else do it. Only the greenkeeper watched me - a penny for his thoughts^^
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A Devon lane.. through the woods.. Best viewed in large..
Have a wonderful evening.. thanks for your comments..
Thanks to Sharon Pruitt for the use of the texture
The tree tunnel at Point Reyes, CA is always a must see location while visiting this unique destination.
Have so many of these, hope everybody is doing great!
black and larger?
or enjoy full size (5120 x 3427)
F10, ISO 100, 20mm Nikor, 1/400sec - Speed ~60km/h 38miles/h from a motorcycle
drive by photography
many layers of textures.
Really busy with school & work right now but I really appreciate all your thoughts and comments!
Rim Drive, which circumnavigates Crater Lake. Mt. Scott, where "The Crater" (www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/14705735027/) was taken from, is in the background.
*tự dưng lại nghe lại đoạn dạo bài Drive* xoắn ! :(
On a 1.000 klm journey across Africa on-route to Namibia. Started from Port Elizabeth and stopped overnight in Upington. this was the drive of my life, absolutely mind-blowing scenery and such varied culture. Hoping to make Fish River Canyon, Namibia tomorrow and camping down for 3 or 4 days before heading further north.
The only bummer is this terribly slow internet, apologies to all my Flickr friends, I will catch up!
add this to German engineering and.... why I love going for a DRIVE...
A sample of color along Skyline Drive from last Friday. Took off a little early from work to catch some late afternoon shadows.
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Dukes Drive in Burnham Beeches a few weeks ago when it was still very green. When I moved into the area over 20 years ago I remember being able to drive your car down here! Much more peaceful now that all the roads have been closed off.
Happy Birthday to "Cisco Kid". This is a collab with the man himself from a photo he gifted us for a challenge!! (from the inside of my car)
I'd drive in for his birthday!
who's gonna tell you when
it's too late
who's gonna tell you things
aren't so great
you can't go on
thinking nothing's wrong
who's gonna drive you home tonight