Pic of your part of the world?

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Post by timspell » 09 Mar 2018 04:34

This is a sunrise view from my deck in San Leon, Texas. San Leon is a small Galveston Bay town.
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Post by Jayf63 » 28 Mar 2018 00:27

A place called Black Butte, about 30 miles from my house in the Sonoran Desert, central Arizona.
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Post by Wimbo » 15 Apr 2018 06:00

Fentanilo wrote:This is the village I live
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Bermeo?

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Post by crisis » 16 Apr 2018 12:03

From our Easter trip to the River Murray. Landcruiser before I realised I had broken the front diff... :cry:
I was very pleased with the moon photo though. Best Ive managed so far.
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Post by reynolds617 » 27 Apr 2018 01:17

Awesome moon shot!

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Post by Crazy Legs » 27 Apr 2018 15:02

reynolds617 wrote:New England checking in. This is a shot from Cape Cod a few years back. Rock Harbor in Orleans at sunset. The trees are channel markers. I got eaten alive by bugs to get this shot, but it was worth it!

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Very cool pic! I visit Cape Cod often. My oldest brother has a house in Orleans. Our mother lives in Harwich. A couple other siblings have migrated there as well. Lots of places to look for records (including my mother's basement!)

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Post by reynolds617 » 27 Apr 2018 16:18

Crazy Legs wrote:
reynolds617 wrote:New England checking in. This is a shot from Cape Cod a few years back. Rock Harbor in Orleans at sunset. The trees are channel markers. I got eaten alive by bugs to get this shot, but it was worth it!

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Very cool pic! I visit Cape Cod often. My oldest brother has a house in Orleans. Our mother lives in Harwich. A couple other siblings have migrated there as well. Lots of places to look for records (including my mother's basement!)
Thanks! I'm afraid I have no formal training and was informed that it violates the Rule of Thirds, but I still like it. I only got my system in October, so haven't been back since then, so if you have any recommendations for crate digging shops, feel free to PM me! Our place is nearby in Eastham. Arnold's fried clams are the best I've ever had.

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Post by Crazy Legs » 27 Apr 2018 18:55

I love everything about Arnolds! except for the lines. Sir Crickets Fish & Chips is good stuff and easy for a quick plate. Mac's on the Pier in Wellfleet is usually a stop for us.

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Post by noisefreq » 29 Apr 2018 15:53

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The sun is out, the trees are in bloom, Spring has finally sprung in Kansas City.
Picture of the creek from my deck.

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Post by Ric45 » 25 May 2018 18:30

https://s19.postimg.cc/9wq62zopv/Fl_Sunset.jpg

We get some decent sunsets in the FL Panhandle. :)


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Post by p38arover » 18 Jun 2018 05:09

A local sign near a riverside footpath a few hundred metres from my home.

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A couple of hours south where I often go camping (the pic is of my previous car):

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One of the locals at the campsite, about 1.8m (6ft) long:

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Post by p38arover » 18 Jun 2018 11:30

crisis wrote:West coast of South Australia
Nice! I lived in Ceduna 1969-71. There was no radio (nor TV) station anywhere near so we had quite a record collection. We could get Whyalla radio at night if the skip was right.

I worked here:

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Post by davidsss » 18 Jun 2018 11:46

Geez, I remember going through Ceduna in late 1973 as a kid on a trip from Perth to Melbourne, we moved to Melbourne in 1974. Ceduna was the end of the dirt road across the Nullabor and finally a bitumen road. It's like another planet thinking about places like that so long ago.

I suppose some things never change, we still have snakes all over the place. There would be some near us in inner Melbourne I'm sure, railway line close by.

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Post by p38arover » 18 Jun 2018 12:12

davidsss wrote:Ceduna was the end of the dirt road across the Nullabor and finally a bitumen road. It's like another planet thinking about places like that so long ago.
I drove that road three times from Carnarvon to Sydney (4 days) and back in my 1971 Hillman Hunter Royal 660 - shown here at work in Carnarvon in 1971 before I had the bullbar fitted for the first trip.

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https://www.google.com.au/maps/dir/Carn ... !3e0?hl=en

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Post by Lazarus Short » 15 Jul 2018 14:56

noisefreq wrote:
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The sun is out, the trees are in bloom, Spring has finally sprung in Kansas City.
Picture of the creek from my deck.
I am also in Independence - we might be neighbors. The house I live in is about three blocks north of Funhouse Pizza on 40 Highway.

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