The Moods of Tiki Acres

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The Moods of Tiki Acres

Post by eric_marsh » Sun Jan 10, 2010 6:49 pm

I'm starting work on a book of photos of my ranch and the surrounding area. Initially I put together about 250 photos from which I'll select for the book. While they are in a grouped I pushed them to the web. There are a certain number of human interest photos and some shots of the land and my lake that are really pretty stunning.

If you want to take a look check out http://gallery.me.com/emarsh#100344. You can see all my galleries at http://gallery.me.com/emarsh#gallery.

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Post by tbaker2500 » Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:27 pm

There are some excellent photos there, Eric! Thanks for sharing.

I can't help but notice, how similar nature can be, all the way from Lockhart TX to up here in northern Indiana. Purple Martins, Great Blue Herons, Hawks, goats, cows.. so many of those could have been from a farm here. Truly enjoyable sights. But some things are strikingly different- Drought, snakes, scorpions. Up here we have the hard winters, the incredible growth speed of weeds, sprouting out of every conceivable place, almost jungle like. Down there you use an AK to scare/shoot birds, up here we're faithful shotgun owners.

Those were some big goldfish, BTW.
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Post by eric_marsh » Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:34 pm

Glad you like the photos. In Texas we most certainly have no shortage of critters that bite, sting and so forth. In the summer things can be kind of brown and drab but it's funny how in almost any conditions just shooting photos every now and then some of them just comes out great.
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Post by moonowl » Tue Jan 12, 2010 2:26 am

moooo!


Sorry. I have to do that when I see beefs.
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Post by ROU Killing Time » Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:58 am

moonowl wrote:moooo!


Sorry. I have to do that when I see beefs.
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