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Trying to finally catch a Bullock Oriole and a Hummingbird shot in to the frame.



"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
 
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A small sample of cars from the 7/1/17 Scottsdale Cars & Coffee Show:

1915 Model T Ford:



Mirror polished 427 Cobra:




Kurtis 500 (1950s):


Alfa (c. 1979):


…and finally:

WTF?!


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A small sample of cars from the 7/1/17 Scottsdale Cars & Coffee Show:

…and finally:

WTF?!

That's what I'd call a "fully custom" Baja bug ... but I can't explain the street tires


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Here are a few pictures from the Brianhead Fire burning in SW Utah. It was at 65K acres when I took these from Brianhead Peak, access had opened only hours ago. Started by a homeowner burning weeds, what a crime!

Temporary antennae for fire personnel:


How lucky was the town, you can see where it started:


Several hot spots and the main section to the right.


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I am usually the harshest critic of my own work, and I definitely learned some things from this trip, but I think at least of few of these shots turned out pretty well:









July 3rd, Ramona Falls near Mt. Hood.
 
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^^^ awesome shots for sure!


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Last of the chilidogs last night...
Made a big bucket of chili for the 4th party we had. My wife gets the dogs from a german butcher and they are gooood!

Paired with a Yuengling beer, protected by my little Beretta 950.

 
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If the hot dogs are so gooood, why is it necessary to cover them with chili and cheese? (I just put a little yellow mustard on hot dogs.)

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Because chili cheese dogs are more better.

And a real meal.


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Because chili cheese dogs are more better.

And a real meal.


Actually the term is, "goooderer", but you get it
 
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That's what I'd call a "fully custom" Baja bug ... but I can't explain the street tires[/b]


Or the grill, front engine?


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Or the grill, front engine?

I doubt it, you'd have to have a rename under it to support it ... I'd really like more info on it


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UTsig, I spent a few days in Brian Head a week before that fire started. It is a great place and I'm glad that the town wasn't destroyed. Those ski resorts are a great place to stay off season. You live in an incredibly beautiful state.
 
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Finally got the 300blk build finished.



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Blanchard Springs Caverns, Arkansas (Shot with a Samsusng Galaxy S7 Active) Today July 13, 2017









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"Nature scares me" a quote by my friend Bob after a rough day at sea.
 
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Actually taken Sunday, but it takes me a while to process my photos.

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