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This beautiful photo just showed up on my news feed on Facebook on the Department of Interior page. Here's the link as well.
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Congratulations are in order Mr. Utzig! Wow. I'm totally expecting National Geographic next! You are amazing!
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Very Cool Al!
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Nice! Congrats Al
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Thanks for posting this Janice and thank you to the rest of you for your congrats.
As you can tell, I haven't visited this site for quite a while. We spent most of the winter in Texas and I was preoccupied with the non-winter there. We just got back to Minnesota this week. I joined a photography club there. It has several special interest groups, one of which is the "creative" SIG. I've focused a lot on trying to be creative. Mostly my creativity happens in the post processing rather than in the camera. I've included some of my creative Photoshop work in the current batch of photos on my website. They begin here: http://www.goldimagesphoto.com/Portfolio/New/i-4q23DVD
if any of you are interested in seeing the crazy stuff I've been doing. The captions explain what I did.
Again, thank you all.
One other thing, this this photo will be included in an exhibit at St. David's Hospital Gallery in Georgetown, Texas for the month of June.