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Watson's Road by tfavretto Watson's Road by tfavretto
This is the view looking west from the top of a hill on Watson's Road, roughly 11 km east of Echo Bay, ON.

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:iconpradip27:
pradip27 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for your image. I have used it in a photoshop tutorial here: [link]
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ulyce Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2010
Pretty long road. If I were going there, I would think it never will end... :O

Beautiful shot! :)
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Callie3 Featured By Owner May 6, 2009   Writer
I got to see this road and thanks to this photo, got the same shot (though in a different season and yours is much prettier). Honestly, gorgeous place.
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tfavretto Featured By Owner May 10, 2009
Cool, can I see your photo?
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DrewHopper Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2008  Professional Photographer
Nice shot. I like how the road has crests, makes you feel like your driving down the road :)
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2008
Thanks, and thank you for the :+fav:
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Wodewose Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2008
OK, so I know it's not actually the Mid-West USA, but I could just see a couple of Steinbeck-type hobos tramping along that ole straight road. Very classy :) (Oh, and neat idea to provide a map reference like that - I may just borrow that idea myself ;))
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2008
Thanks again! And I link all of my photos to maps, it just seems natural after going to school for geography & GIS and looking at everything in a spatial context.
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Wodewose Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2008
:)
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