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This is not scenic, or artistic... I just wondered WTF a Dyson vacuum cleaner was doing hanging from a tree alongside a Forest Service road in Koochiching County, Minnesota, miles from the nearest habitation. Probably some kind of product testing...
 
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The photo definitely falls into the "Interesting" category though, no question. I really like it! Big Grin


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My last auto the Protech. Again iPhone 6S



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Man, I miss my last push button from them. Opened with some serious snap.
 
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Man, I miss my last push button from them. Opened with some serious snap.


Darn, I wrote a pretty detailed opinion of the difference in the Z knife and the ProTech by comparisons, but got deleted when I visited another site while typing my reply out. In short, Hold on to the Z knife when opening in hand or it will certainly fly out of your grip, it's got such an extremely aggressive opening. Though both use the same coiled spring opening mechanism. The Z Knife is also made in your neck of the woods in Thomaston, GA. By one craftsman family handed down business. Extremely well made, and for heavy duty use. The ProTech by comparison is no slouch either, as you may very well know. Both are extremely well made quality autos priced very similar, not really cheap by any stretch.



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Up on the hill above our house:



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I took this snapshot earlier today for Newf's Gun's and Roses thread using creative lighting and the iPhone 6S..



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^Very nice.


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^Very nice.


Thanks Z06. I'm getting a little better with using the smartphone as a camera. It's no dslr, but it's adequate enough to get by.

Gustofer, amazing photo. Kinda reminds me of a small beach in Key West on the ocean side I've been to.


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iPhone 6s

That's Betty Skelton's Li'l Stinker, overhead at the Air & Space Museum annex at Dulles. My old boss helped restore it on a million Thursdays over 5 years.


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dew on "weeds" in common area in neighborhood while waiting for morning school bus.

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At Auburn Market today for our Arepa Mia fix
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Got two great days skiing in CO last Friday and Saturday - Keystone and A Basin.







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feersum, great photos. Looks like everybody really enjoyed the trip..all smiles. Additionally, feel free to post up any images of that orange tiger kitteh that I saw in the guns and rolex thread. Love all animal images Smile


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Don't think I posted this...taken with my iPhone 6.

My husband's uncle gave him the family pistol for Christmas. It had been his father's grandfather's, then his father's father's, then his uncle's, now his. His uncle made the presentation box for his father's (my husband's grandfather's) 60th birthday, out of solid maple. Oh, and not a nail or screw - everything is dowel and glue except for the hinges.

It's an 1859 Whitney Navy.



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The Mountain Lion's early morning breakfast snack..



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Cimarron 1861 Navy .36 – brand new
Shot with iPhone6

same pic run through Prisma app on iPhone


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