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I wanted to start this because I can easily take these types of photographs because of my location. I also love nature and photographs of it, so if any of you want to add your own feel free to, Ill update this on a semi-regular basis with new photos. Enjoy.

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Not exactly all natural, but beautiful nonetheless. This is the backdrop of Mondavi Winery in Napa Valley. I took this photo two weeks ago during my glorious SF vacation.

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Here are some pics I took while visiting some FM transmitter sites on Terrells Mountain in North Carolina. This is situated at the Orange and Chatham County lines, approximately 30 miles west of Raleigh and Cary. See the two part thread here and here

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There's not much nature around here, since I look out my window & see a large cluster of 30 story suburban skyscrapers & endless office parks, but I did go to the conservatory last week, where I took these photos. I suppose I could always take nature photos in Detroit's urban prairies, lol.

On second thought, I'd rather avoid them, since I've had too many confrontations with packs of ghetto dogs.

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I will have to come back to this thread with some of my others. I just haven't had the chance to doctor any of them.

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Amicola Falls in Northern Georgia.

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ezcheese, is the first photo just the moon behind some clouds?

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i'm trying to remember exactly what it was because it was quite long ago...

i think it was late afternoon and a storm was coming. that was actually the sun peeking out from some clouds and i altered the settings on my slr to get that effect.

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