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Thread: Aerial Photos of the Rockies

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    Way cool pictures. I am sure I will use them at some point to help me compare my mountains to the real thing! Thanks for taking and posting them here.
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    Wow, these are great, definitely good for some painterly reference
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    I took another trip and here are some additional pictures that I thought I would share.
    Last edited by Map Vandal; 10-24-2011 at 09:38 AM.

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    Nice. Saved for my folder.
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    Beautiful!

    Those strange looking ones I got something similar by eroding a flattish topped ridge. If I added a couple of terraces to my mine, it would be a very similar shape to those.



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