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May 01, 2018 07:17 |  #4847

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May 01, 2018 14:46 |  #4848

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May 02, 2018 18:49 |  #4849

My little 10 yr old Beagle girl having a splashing time at our local beach. 5D4 + 70-200 f4 IS USM

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May 03, 2018 13:00 |  #4850

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The 5DIV got a workout on this trip out West. This is a three shot HDR combo done in LR of Horseshoe Bend at sundown. Canon EF 17-40 f4L @22mm.

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I have to go back here, not to shoot this, but to shoot the idiots almost dying for selfies.


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May 03, 2018 14:50 |  #4851

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I have to go back here, not to shoot this, but to shoot the idiots almost dying for selfies.

Ha! No kidding. It was really amazing to see these people at the edge with selfie sticks by the dozens. Some sitting on the ledge dangling their feet over the edge. I was amazed, horrified and amused all at the same time. There were two weddings at sunset right on the edge of the cliffs with the couples standing on the edge with boom mics held over their heads (my wife caught a cell phone pic of this). I didn't really know about it until afterwards when she told me, she was watching the insanity while waiting for me to get my photos......

From there we went to the Grand Canyon, I thought there were lots of selfie sticks at Horseshoe Bend. Wow, GC blew it away. Having seen hundreds and hundreds at both places, the selfie crowd fell into two general categories. One, twentysomethings from the US and ALL countries (and languages) and also there were an unbelievable number of tourists from China at these places. Most with selfie phones!!!!

This selfie thing is totally nuts and seems to be a worldwide epidemic of crazy!!!!


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May 03, 2018 14:56 |  #4852

edmidlifecrisis wrote in post #18618889 (external link)
Ha! No kidding. It was really amazing to see these people at the edge with selfie sticks by the dozens. Some sitting on the ledge dangling their feet over the edge. I was amazed, horrified and amused all at the same time. There were two weddings at sunset right on the edge of the cliffs with the couples standing on the edge with boom mics held over their heads (my wife caught a cell phone pic of this). I didn't really know about it until afterwards when she told me, she was watching the insanity while waiting for me to get my photos......

From there we went to the Grand Canyon, I thought there were lots of selfie sticks at Horseshoe Bend. Wow, GC blew it away. Having seen hundreds and hundreds at both places, the selfie crowd fell into two general categories. One, twentysomethings from the US and ALL countries (and languages) and also there were an unbelievable number of tourists from China at these places. Most with selfie phones!!!!

This selfie thing is totally nuts and seems to be a worldwide epidemic of crazy!!!!

At GC is there the same sense of danger? no guard rail etc?


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May 03, 2018 18:13 |  #4853

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At GC is there the same sense of danger? no guard rail etc?

Depends. The main trail where the bus route is is mostly guarded but not in all spots. The hiking trails are all at the edge of cliffs. No guard rails. When I was at GC the selfie crowd was mostly at the guard rails at the more popular lookouts. We did some hiking though, that was fairly treacherous, but I suppose not for veteran hikers. The views were beautiful.

HS Bend is much more dangerous where the selfie folks congregate as there is no railing at all and a sheer drop into the canyon!


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May 04, 2018 13:11 as a reply to  @ edmidlifecrisis's post |  #4854

Summer Tanager at last light, shot handheld.


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May 04, 2018 16:07 |  #4855

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Very colorful... so nice. Thanks for taking the time to share them with us.


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May 05, 2018 22:38 |  #4856

R.I.P. Mom. My mom passed away last night. She was 92. She had been married to my dad (WW II veteran) for 56 years before he died in 2004. That's me and my wife with her. The quilt was made by my wife for my mom about 8 months ago. I know the photo is just a snapshot, but sometimes snapshots are just as meaningful as the very best photographs that we all strive to capture. This is one of those cases...

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May 05, 2018 23:41 |  #4857

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R.I.P. Mom. My mom passed away last night. She was 92. She had been married to my dad (WW II veteran) for 56 years before he died in 2004. That's me and my wife with her. The quilt was made by my wife for my mom about 8 months ago. I know the photo is just a snapshot, but sometimes snapshots are just as meaningful as the very best photographs that we all strive to capture. This is one of those cases...

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May 06, 2018 00:22 |  #4858

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18620295 (external link)
R.I.P. Mom. My mom passed away last night. She was 92. She had been married to my dad (WW II veteran) for 56 years before he died in 2004. That's me and my wife with her. The quilt was made by my wife for my mom about 8 months ago. I know the photo is just a snapshot, but sometimes snapshots are just as meaningful as the very best photographs that we all strive to capture. This is one of those cases...

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So Sorry for your loss.

You can tell she really loves that quilt. That is cool. Reminds me of my wife's grandmother... she lived to that age as well. She was a blast.


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May 06, 2018 03:50 |  #4859

LJ3Jim wrote in post #18620295 (external link)
R.I.P. Mom. My mom passed away last night. She was 92. She had been married to my dad (WW II veteran) for 56 years before he died in 2004. That's me and my wife with her. The quilt was made by my wife for my mom about 8 months ago. I know the photo is just a snapshot, but sometimes snapshots are just as meaningful as the very best photographs that we all strive to capture. This is one of those cases...

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Sorry for your loss my friend. She looks so happy and well in that photo :)

You are right.... the photos we cherish the most are the family snapshots inclusive of those old blurry crappliy lit photos.




  
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May 06, 2018 05:30 |  #4860

I could hear the radio calls through this headset without a head. “Jay.............Jay..​.............Jay”
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