Shores on the road to Hope

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    In the summer of 2007 I went to visit my aunt Wendy in Anchorage Alaska for the second time. I took a lot of photos while I was there but I only posted a few of them. Today I was organizing my photos and found some that I liked but had not posted, such as this photo that I took on our way to Hope. I'll probably be posting more soon.

    Update July 2014: Wow, almost exactly 7 years to get 100k views!

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    MarcoIE, k40t1k, Nina Cabrera, and 282 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. solidskorpion 72 months ago | reply

      Truly amazing shot!

    2. gbrummett 72 months ago | reply

      AWESOME Capture!!!

    3. bijukarakkonam 69 months ago | reply

      excellent capture

    4. www.matthansenphotography.com 66 months ago | reply

      Oh my goodness!!! WOW. The lighting and tones are second to none!

    5. annadeluca 66 months ago | reply

      such a beautiful image @_@
      the colors are sooo good

    6. St. Chen 66 months ago | reply

      lets just say that photoshop rocks?

    7. kertong 66 months ago | reply

      It's not "photoshop". So many people are so quick with the "omg photoshop" knee-jerk reaction.

    8. southerncal88 63 months ago | reply

      Wow! What else can you say!

    9. Aga Wlodarczak 63 months ago | reply

      incredible pic, love it

    10. mforder 60 months ago | reply

      Great shot, thank you for sharing your photos with us.

    11. Rob Hanson Photography 56 months ago | reply

      Very nicely done. There's an attractive light in this image.

    12. Cody R. Law 54 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! This is one of the best photograph's in the world.

    13. TANISU 50 months ago | reply

      Great shot!!! Excellent.
      Me gusta... Un saludo
      tanisu.

    14. n1k0nx 15 months ago | reply

      very great!!! and great D70!!!

    15. Darren W. Ritson 8 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! I wish I knew how to do this with my Nikon D70!

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