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^^^^^ Now, that is one pretty doggie.

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Posts: 18744 | Location: Dallas, TX | Registered: May 08, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Appearing yet again is "Stinger" (the long dead, from drowning, Stripe Tail scorpion) in possibly one of his (her?) final photo shoots.
Since it rained last night and Stinger is left outside, he/she appears to have been slightly re-hydrated. Another photo session this afternoon will see if there is some "life" in this model.

You could have him "bronzed" like they used to do with baby shoes back in the day ... I did that with a pet turtle once. Although he wasn't that heavy he made a cool paper weight until he disappeared ... most people thought he was made of brass until they picked him up ... he got dropped several times when I told them that he used to be alive but I had him bronzed so I could keep him forever! Some thought that was creepy.


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kimberkid, thanks for the tip of “bronzing”! I had forgotten that preservative trick.. I still have a pair of my late father’s bronzed baby shoes. The tip came just a bit too late…
Sad to report Stinger was laid to rest in a simple used Ziplock® sandwich bag this AM. He/she(?) was unable to report for a morning photo shoot.
I have now called on Gilda to be the AZ dangerous critter (spokes) model for photography from now on. She’s a sweetheart.


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Tonight's sunset from Boardman, OR



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Beautiful!


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Beautiful!


Thank you sir Smile Your work is amazing. Is that Gila monster alive or stuffed?


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Posts: 2714 | Location: Boardman, Oregon | Registered: September 19, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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And thank you.
"Gilda" is a fiberglass model made from a mold taken from a female GM that died. The animal belonged to a breeder who contacted a man that makes these type of models for his business.
http://www.thesharkstore.com/


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At the State Liquor Store near us:



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Since no one else has posted a pic of the eclipse, here's mine. Taken on 21 Aug 2017 at a farm near Pendleton, SC with a 6" refractor telescope at the moment of totality.


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Since no one else has posted a pic of the eclipse, here's mine. Taken on 21 Aug 2017 at a farm near Pendleton, SC with a 6" refractor telescope at the moment of totality.


Nice work, great shot!


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Let there be light(s)...




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Not sure how to post like I used to with photobucket as I never used to have to use a link.

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Go to your link, click on the photo, then right-click on the photo and choose "copy image address".
Come here and paste that into the image tags - bracket - IMG - bracket and bracket - / - IMG - bracket


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So I need to use a PC? My phone is what I'm on 99% of the time and it has no "right click" I don't think.
 
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Press and hold instead of right-click, then


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