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Old 04-16-2021, 06:18 PM   #81
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Just finished editing this Spring 2021 video today. We shot the video this past Monday and Tuesday. I recorded my short version of Liebestraum (Love Dream) by Franz Liszt on guitar using Cakewalk Sonar to set the mood. Lot's of nice flowers this year. Hopefully the pandemic ends this year and we return to normal.

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Another great video! I like the birds shaking their tail feathers in beat to the music.
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Another great video! I like the birds shaking their tail feathers in beat to the music.
Thanks, I had to find a use for these peacocks.
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Freedom56, thanks for sharing that video, you really do have spring. We have spring but not that kind of spring yet. lol
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Freedom56, thanks for sharing that video, you really do have spring. We have spring but not that kind of spring yet. lol
Spring is just less hot than summer and warmer than winter. Thanks for watching.
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Lake Tipsoo on Chinook pass, last summer. It won't be open for a while yet.


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We get these red dragonflies every year. This one posed.

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We get these red dragonflies every year. This one posed.

Do you know about the dragonfly story?
https://www.dragonflyproject.org/

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I am in Kanab with the amazing good fortune of permits for Coyote Buttes North and South. Took me 5 years to score The Wave. I am pretty well set for North, with various locations tagged and guidance on best time of day. You can chime in on that, but my question is really about South. I have been to Cottonwood Cove once, for several morning hours. This time I have the whole day, and will go in with a small tour group. We will visit Paw Hole and the Cove, but I am not sure where I should suggest we go first. I have read that both areas are best in the later afternoon, but I have to decide which to do in the morning, and for how long. What do you have to suggest about that? I have been to White Pocket twice already, so you do not need to get into that. My default is to do Paw Hole in the morning, and C. Cove after, since I have been there in the morning already.
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I am in Kanab with the amazing good fortune of permits for Coyote Buttes North and South. Took me 5 years to score The Wave. I am pretty well set for North, with various locations tagged and guidance on best time of day. You can chime in on that, but my question is really about South. I have been to Cottonwood Cove once, for several morning hours. This time I have the whole day, and will go in with a small tour group. We will visit Paw Hole and the Cove, but I am not sure where I should suggest we go first. I have read that both areas are best in the later afternoon, but I have to decide which to do in the morning, and for how long. What do you have to suggest about that? I have been to White Pocket twice already, so you do not need to get into that. My default is to do Paw Hole in the morning, and C. Cove after, since I have been there in the morning already.
I thought you can visit on a day trip basis with a maximum of 10 people per group without a permit and the permits are required for overnight stays.
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Very cool. Got a drone a year ago and having a TON of fun with it..... the more you fly the more comfortable you get with them....
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If you are a "closet" photographer like me, you can be thinking nothing about photography but in a moment, you just see something and have to grab your camera. The Victorian couch in our barn, that yellow blanket. The patterns and the wood textures, I really liked the way this one came out.
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I enjoy all of the pictures and videos here--such talent!
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I thought you can visit on a day trip basis with a maximum of 10 people per group without a permit and the permits are required for overnight stays.
The permits are required for day trips and I believe overnights are not allowed. It used to be that 10 permits (10 people) were allotted by online lottery and 10 more in a lottery at the Kanab visitors center. The totals were increased this year.
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WOW! That is an awesome picture! That would look great on canvas art/print.
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No kidding. Or it could be made into a nice jigsaw puzzle. Beautiful
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