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    Two state parks to close, Tonto Natural Bridge and Jerome

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    I guess I should have visited Jerome, but at least I made it to Tonto Natural Bridge
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    Brilliant

    The river pic is still on my list of shots I have to "accomplish" . . . what'd you shoot it at if you don't mind me asking?

    The last three are the strongest IMO, the highlights are not as blown out.

    Thanks for the photo stoke

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    This is just the the start of the park closures. McFarland in Florence is also in the list even though it has been closed for repairs but even now them repairs are hualted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Truckee Trash
    Brilliant

    The river pic is still on my list of shots I have to "accomplish" . . . what'd you shoot it at if you don't mind me asking?

    The last three are the strongest IMO, the highlights are not as blown out.

    Thanks for the photo stoke
    Shooting that day, and at that place was very tough. Full on bright from direct sun and full shade/darkness in the same shot (very difficult to get a good "average" exposure, at least for a hack photog like me).

    The stream shot required a very long exposure (to blur the water) with a second curtain flash to fill in the shadows. Even then it didn't come out as nice as I would have liked, but it is a shot I'm still trying to "accomplish."

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    If you make it to Jerome take your road bike. Ride all the way down, all the way up, then back down to Jerome to a B&B of your choice. Great two day trip. Not much to do at night but drink but oh well.

    Fantastic pictures...thank you.

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    good stuff, never been to this park and looks like it may be a while to we get the chance again.........

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    Wow, I hope it can survive for a little while without people.
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