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Old gas station in Elberta, UT.
Wow - my resizing app really sucks.



Catholic Church in Eureka, UT



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^^^ Love these shots of old buildings, especially Utah.

Snow melt has expanded some wetlands in SW Utah.



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Catholic Church in Eureka, UT

Catholic, for sure? A signature feature of Episcopal Churches is the red doors. That's not to say a Catholic church could not also have them.
 
 
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Las Colinas





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Mercur Cemetary







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Las Colinas

I have pictures of my then future wife at those ponies, from 1992. It was a feature of our TX visit, including the State Fair. It was on that trip that I proposed and she agreed. The pix, btw, are still on film printed pix, not yet scanned to digital.
 
 
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This is more what I photo-manipulated today:



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This mailbox on highway 411 between Englewood and Etowah TN...the "magazine" surrounds the mailbox...



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On Cedar Mtn, above Zion N.P.



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Yikes! Could you downsize those a little? Please.

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Yeah, like to 25% of orig size?


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Some shots from the First-Saturday-of-the-Month Scottsdale Cars & Coffe Show:


Noticed a car in the photos with Montana plates........wonder if he drove it there.

PC


There are lots of out of state plates on vehicles in AZ this time of the year. Some folks drive here and some ship their collector cars to avoid damage/rock chips. And then there are the folks that have garage/condos that keep their collections in rust-free Arizona so they can drive them when they visit.


If you own a car that costs a ton of money, it is often cheaper to buy a property in Montana and register the car there (for $25 or so, regardless of value) rather than pay VLT here in Arizona. Every Lamborghini I've seen at my detailer's shop has Montana plates.


you don't even need to own property there. Another reason you see so many exotics with those plates is they don't have emissions.


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^^^In AZ you can register an...
Historic Vehicle / Motorcycle - Vehicle model year must be 25 years or older.
Initial Application Fee $25 / Annual Renewal Fee $10

NO EMISSIONS, ever.


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Z06 --
Is that an original 1861 Navy? Cool


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^Cimarron/Uberti in the antique"Original" finish.^


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