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    Default Industrial river Cuyahoga

    I usually don't like to cook my photos for too long, but this image just seems to call for HDR effect
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    Nicely sautéed indeed
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    Default Re: Industrial river Cuyahoga

    I like it, it was begging to be cooked.
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    Default Re: Industrial river Cuyahoga

    Cooked to perfection, I'd say.
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    I remember when that river cooked itself!!!

    Nice shot...

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    Default Re: Industrial river Cuyahoga

    Yep it burned pretty good that day and night. It is still a work in progress. My fishing buddy is the Chief Aquatic Wildlife Biologist for the metro parks and a member of the great lakes counsel on river management. He said the Cuyahoga is not that bad down around the downtown areas. The biggest problems are industrial sites around Akron and waste runoff. But on a key note most of the feeder streams and creeks are showing awesome signs of comeback. Specific species of minnows and brook trout are showing up in creel samples. Between Sea lice, lamprays, and now silver carp the rivers and great lakes have bigger problems.

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    Default Re: Industrial river Cuyahoga

    I like it too. I think it suits the harsh industrial subject, yet the contrast of the delicate 'nature' background, the sky.
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    Default Re: Industrial river Cuyahoga

    Nice shot!!!
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