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Oak Field vista

Oak Field vista

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    • #349033
      Howard Brown avatarhygge
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      This vista is within Hillier Gardens, UK where I volunteer. So I might add further ones. Do you have a favourite vista which might have its own thread?

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      P.S. Oak Field is being re-named Valley of Fire but it wont affect the clouds.

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      Howard Brown avatarhygge
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      I think it was Michael who said always look behind you.
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      Howard Brown avatarhygge
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      Howard Brown avatarhygge
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    • #369051
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
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      hygge…nice work there!..with some humor as well!. I realize today that I had a favorite vista while working at the eastern edge of the Valley. From atop an embankment made possible by a highway exit, the view of the McDowell mountains ( hills)  and  the Fountain Hills development always seemed to provide interesting cloud. The mountains being the first rise in elevation on the northeastern rim of the Valley always provides an interesting cloud shot.

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      • #369401
        Howard Brown avatarhygge
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        Thanks, Michael. I just envy the variety your mountains give you and the skills with which you capture them.

      • #369600
        Howard Brown avatarhygge
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        To clarify, I meant the variety of genus Michael sees. I may have more variety in the UK and more cloud, but it is often within the predominant Cumulus genus.

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