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Backroad somewhere near the Idaho/Utah state line.

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A bit like this, but with mountains ...

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The biggest mountains that we know to have existed were the MacDonnell Ranges in central Australia. They are about 1,000 feet high, these days ...
 

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Intriguing shot Phil.
That looks like a dried-up river bed.
Is it, as I know there are a few in the Peak District?
Or, could it be an old packhorse route. :hmmm:
 

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Intriguing shot Phil.
That looks like a dried-up river bed.
Is it, as I know there are a few in the Peak District?
Or, could it be an old packhorse route. :hmmm:
This one is from the Lake District Brian. It is in the Borrowdale Valley near Castle Crag. I couldn't say if its natural or man made to be honest.
Castle Crag was a slate mine so maybe the miners made the track to get the slate out.
 

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I posted one near there from 395 earlier in this thread. Not sure exactly where...
Well that’s Mt. Whitney directly above the right lane, and a view you wouldn’t have actually had on 395. I’d bet money you were here (ish) to get that photo -

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Near California State Rte 136, Lone Pine, CA 93545
https://goo.gl/maps/Krexk8ssQc12RwLo7

It would be 136 coming out of Death Valley and into Lone Pine by the visitor center, just before hitting 395. Nice shot and good lighting in your photo.
 

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Thanks. Yeah, you are correct. We were coming from Stovepipe Wells. But I think maybe farther east on 190. It's just before a curve to the right....
 

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The railway from Struer to Thisted near the small city Uglev.
There is a lot of "clutter" in the picture, but I like the compression of the scenery the Sigma 135-400mm makes.

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