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Landscape Photograph - First Light At The Pine Barrens by Louis Dallara

First Light At The Pine Barrens is a photograph by Louis Dallara which was uploaded on October 29th, 2009.

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Gorgeous capture!

Louis Dallara replied:

Thanks John!

Congratulations on your recent sale!

Louis Dallara replied:

Thank You Gull Happy Thanksgiving

Amazing light, great shot!

Louis Dallara replied:

Thank You Brian Happy Thanksgiving

Congrats on your sale!

Thanks Jim

Gorgeous!

Louis Dallara replied:

Thanks, had a login issue and it took days for a fix... anyway...

Breathtaking!

Very beautiful work !

Wonderful!

Louis, You have an exceptional eye! Your photo of the Barrens in the mist captures the look and feel I remember while canoeing the Wading River a few years ago. Where and when did you take the photograph? Cordially, Lee Albright albrightfilms.com

Sensational capture Louis - for me it's the mist just past those trees. ..........Joe

HI Jim... Thanks

Great photos, Louis

Louis Dallara replied:

Thank You Jim Happy Thanksgiving

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