XIT WINDMILL-REVISITED

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doccash

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IDK how many hundreds of images I have taken of this old watchdog of our countryside over the years. No two of them have been alike yet. Dr.C

 

David Bradshaw

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Luminosity defines beauty of the digital screen. Other than from oil paint applied by the most knowing hand, seldom accorded a man made image on the two dimensional plane. This luminosity puts us closer to the real thing, and Doc Cash does it with this image.
David Bradshaw
 

Wyandot Jim

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Doc,
Wifie and I are glad you are posting your great pictures.
Keep it up ,
Jim
 

Shadow

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I'm glad (as are many others) to see you posting pics again. Your "Windmill" images are always stunning, however this particular image has such great visual impact that it has now become one of my favorites.

Keep 'em coming Doc !

JR
 

gunsbam69

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This is one of my favorite ones so far of the old windmill. Clouds really showed off the light on this one. Good shot.
 

Put

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The XIT. That stands for 10 in Texas. The largest ranch in Texas history. Covered 10 counties in the panhandle. The sale of the land by the state paid for the state capital building in Austin. When the ranch was broken up, my great grandfather bought the lower third of it. The Escarbada. That windmill has some history.
 

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