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Nov 08, 2009 20:50 |  #1

This is Balancing Rock in Big Bend National Park, Big Bend Tx.

It is a bit of a hike and climb to get to the point I took the photo from, but I feel it was worth it.

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Nov 11, 2009 07:04 |  #2

It was worth it, I'd do the same.. very nice pic :)


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Nov 11, 2009 18:27 |  #3

Interesting pic, nice b&w conversion.


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Nov 12, 2009 12:37 as a reply to  @ rrdjserv@earthlink.net's post |  #4

What a formation!


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Nov 12, 2009 21:56 |  #5

Great shot! Well worth the trouble.




  
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Nov 13, 2009 01:10 |  #6

I really like this picture for some reason.


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