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Thread: The Fading Colors of Fall

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    The Fading Colors of Fall

    From a recent trip to Southern Oregon, beautiful colors, wish they lasted longer
    Please dont steal my work, Id appreciate just asking for permission.

    Thanks & Enjoy
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    fish or hunt

    great pictures I wouldn't know if I should fish or hunt. Guess I could do both if I were there.

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    something tells me you didn't get that camera where I shop!
    Great pictures.
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    Nice pics Joe...
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    Thanks guys!
    I just wish I could get them to upload in FULL megapixel
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    Great pics Joe!

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    As usual, they are awesome pics. Thanks Joe!!
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    Thanks Mike and Pierre!
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    Thumbs up

    Very awesome breath taking pics. I enjoy the natural beauty of the country side just as much as I do the hunting itself.
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    Thanks a bunch!
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    Great pics Joe!!

    Haven't been down to Southern Oregon in a couple years. Beautiful country

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    Thanks Dan, shoot me a PM with your new email, old one doesnt work!
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    Looks like beginners work!










    LOL J/K.
    That is Gods country right there!!!
    Nice Pics!
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    Nice pictures Joe. It sure reminds me of Northern Minnesota and the North Shore rivers that I steelhead fish in the spring.









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    I shall steal all of these pictures without permission, then I shall start my own website and stake claim to them....It's all part of my masterplan to take over the world!!!
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    Oh Jason, its probably because you own a Hoyt ha

    Thanks guys
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    Joe what camera you using????

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DBIGBULLX View Post
    Oh Jason, its probably because you own a Hoyt ha

    Thanks guys
    Well, well, well, look who has suddenly became a Blowie fanboy.
    Just so you know, just as soon as I shoot something with this bow "or season ends, which ever comes first" it's gone and I'm ordering a new BowMadness XL..So there, take that!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodney482 View Post
    Joe what camera you using????
    A Canon Digital Rebel XTi EOS 10.2MP 18x55 lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Daddy View Post
    Well, well, well, look who has suddenly became a Blowie fanboy.
    Just so you know, just as soon as I shoot something with this bow "or season ends, which ever comes first" it's gone and I'm ordering a new BowMadness XL..So there, take that!!!!
    Easy Tec-y It should be gettin' hot for you soon!
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    Yep it should be...Wife called me earlier and said she looked out her office window at the hospital this morning and a doe ran across the road and huge buck was hot on her tail. Good thing about it is that I have premission to hunt 2 tracts of land exactly where they came from.
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    Nice I think I just might be there come next November 2nd
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    Nice work Joe. Very beautiful scenery.
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    Thanks a bunch Kipp!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DBIGBULLX View Post
    A Canon Digital Rebel XTi EOS 10.2MP 18x55 lens
    thanks,,,I am in the market!

    great photos as usual.

    How close do you live to heppner. I will be there in Sept.

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