Post a photo you have taken, any photo (Part 2)

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by LT2108, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. Rifling82

    Rifling82 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Got this magazine yesterday, wish I had the time and tools to try some of the projects. Maybe someday 6587212B-F790-476D-990C-C7FB322DA4B7.jpeg
     
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  2. tac foley

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    There are only two, the other one is in Canada. Five years ago it came over here - what a reunion THAT was!!!!
     
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    Siuslaw River Bridge - Florence OR.
    Four hours later......

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  4. tac foley

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    Gee whiz, Folks, I could flood this thread with photos I've taken over the years in Oregon and Washington - I have almost 104,000 to date...

    It's the kind of place where you can fall down the aircraft steps with your camera in hand, and take a great picture before you hit the ground.

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    Breakfast cake!!
     
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    Spotted at the local Sonic. Seems tonbe one of the post cruise hangouts.
     
  6. SK2344

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    This is a photo I took of NYC from a balcony across the river at a friend's apartment in NJ. Yes, I enhanced it with Photoshop and gave it a new sky, because that's what I do with some of my photos and then I print them on good Kodak Paper, then I frame them. As a retired commercial Artist, it's one of my favorite hobbies!
     

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    Nothing like a grand canyon sunset 20200724_194059.jpg ....
     
  8. boatme98

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    DSCN0059.JPG Heading into the East River from NY Harbor. Brooklyn Bridge dead ahead.
     
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  12. Rifling82

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    Tabs off of dynamite
     
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  14. Rifling82

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    We toured a salt mine today, pretty interesting.
     
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  15. Oldoutlaw

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    Did you blow anything up accidentally? :)
     
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  16. Rifling82

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    They wouldn’t let me, wouldn’t let me have a box either, I asked several times
     
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  17. PANDEMIC

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    Were you the one in the crowd that asked "can I have a box?" and when they said "no". Then you waited a few min and asked "k how bout now?" several times lol :D
     
  18. Rifling82

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    Yep, that was me.... it was amazing the cardboard boxes were around 75 years old, but they’re 600 feet underground which preserves them