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Back in April, ~jm2artography decided to see about an impromptu shoot alongside =revofrope. Rev did not end up using me for a photoshoot but he suggested to us a great place to shoot -- Reche Canyon. Just a hop skip and a jump away, we drove out and found this beautiful vista just before golden hour (dusk/sunset) began. I have passed through here with barely a glance as I made my way to MoVal, skirting away from the cramped 60 freeway, but who knew that this beauty existed amongst the dry Inland Empire.

This one was taken just as the sun made one last emission of light before the smog/haze consumed it. Before me is Colton and San Bernardino, which is the general direction of my home in the mountains. The scarves flowed just right over my front and backside, creating some interesting lines in the composition.

Photography: :iconjm2artography:
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Molasses00 Oct 20, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I love it! Bravo!!
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Catwoman69y2k Oct 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. :)
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:iconerosmyth:
:wow:

This is so astonishing. It's like a fantasy illustration from a great storybook. I used to live near mountains similar to this, so the beauty of it has special meaning for me. Thanks so much. :rose:
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Catwoman69y2k Aug 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah. This would be a local location here in the Inland Empire of Southern California. :) I am sticking local more and more while I try and break this 24+ month cycle of unemployment.
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:iconerosmyth:
Oh, I hope you can break the cycle. I wish you all the best in that regard. Thins are really hard on people right now, especially young people, most of whom have had the rug pulled out from under them.
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Catwoman69y2k Aug 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I never did but the downward effect overall trickles down anyway. :-/ I do not have the patience of a monk so I guess this inadvertantly teaches me this...whether Man likes that notion or not. ;)
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