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Jul 14, 2019 07:58 |  #30721

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107! Amazing. That was the temp when Poof and I hiked Death Valley NP.
107 here would be deadly.
Beautiful bee, love the environment included with the dazzling colors.

Thanks Robert. By the middle of this coming week, temps should be back down to the mid 90's.


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Jul 14, 2019 11:44 |  #30722

One more from yesterday afternoon.

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Jul 14, 2019 11:50 |  #30723

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Jul 14, 2019 14:13 |  #30724

picked up the set of "chucky" figures, no matter how hard i try i am told they are not "action figures",,,,so i guess its true,,,i do play with dolls,,,haha, what a super cool set from a cult classic set of films.


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Jul 14, 2019 14:16 |  #30725

down town in my home town in bc canada, liked the lights as is was a bus driving around the corner in front of me


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Jul 14, 2019 14:18 |  #30726

dug out a few of my toys for a spin in my new axial wraith rc truck, the fonz and ponch enjoying a day on the rocks,,,whoohooo


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Jul 14, 2019 14:18 |  #30727

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Makes me feel somehow like I'm riding a merry-go-round at the local street intersection. :-)


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Jul 14, 2019 14:44 |  #30728


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Jul 14, 2019 17:46 |  #30729

I must’ve missed the press release for this, but Peak Design Tech Pouch anyone?

https://www.peakdesign​.com …s/all/products/​tech-pouch (external link)

Was on Amazon looking at something else and this caught my eye. Tired of having cables, memory cards, and portable chargers everywhere in multiple bags, picked this up. Like most Peak Design products, you either love it or hate it and like most PD products it’s a little overpriced at $60.

Clamshell design, already put my portable battery pack, RAV power dual charger, multiple usb cables, memory card wallet, and could conceivably fit a ton more. It’s almost amazing how well thought out this thing is. Large enough to fit most things but small enough to put in almost any bag, camera or otherwise I could think of.


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Jul 14, 2019 18:33 |  #30730

TMaG82 wrote in post #18893677 (external link)
I must’ve missed the press release for this, but Peak Design Tech Pouch anyone?

https://www.peakdesign​.com …s/all/products/​tech-pouch (external link)

Was on Amazon looking at something else and this caught my eye. Tired of having cables, memory cards, and portable chargers everywhere in multiple bags, picked this up. Like most Peak Design products, you either love it or hate it and like most PD products it’s a little overpriced at $60.

Clamshell design, already put my portable battery pack, RAV power dual charger, multiple usb cables, memory card wallet, and could conceivably fit a ton more. It’s almost amazing how well thought out this thing is. Large enough to fit most things but small enough to put in almost any bag, camera or otherwise I could think of.


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I have similar little bags from ThinkTank that serve the same purpose, and have one side that is clear so that you can see what is in them...and less $$ too!


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Jul 14, 2019 20:04 |  #30731

my return to Seattle is just over a month away...I plan to spend one of my off days down at Rainier again...can't wait to get back there, really hoping that I get at least one day that the weather allows it.

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Jul 14, 2019 20:17 |  #30732

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my return to Seattle is just over a month away...I plan to spend one of my off days down at Rainier again...can't wait to get back there, really hoping that I get at least one day that the weather allows it.

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Gorgeous. Really appreciate the image composition. The clouds to the left serve as a sort of reflective form to the mountain itself. Also love the bottom/up dark-to-light transition. Finally, that lower foreground mountain in front on Rainier on the right provides a helpful dimensionality.

Majestic image indeed!


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Jul 14, 2019 20:20 |  #30733

Today there was an open house at the well renowned shop "RX Autoworks". The have cars delivered to their door all over the world to get rebuilt. Last year they completed an ultra rare 1937 Alfa Romeo that won the top award at Pebble Beach. Probably can be sold for over 3 million i suppose. This is another Alfa in the works!

The image of the beetle is not a resto from RX. My friend Lanny did this fresh resto for a customer. This workmanship probably requires a mini mortgage to fund such a project.

Here's a link to my website that has the open house event. I did not spend alot of time cropping as this was a fun casual event. I didn't cull a tonne of images because I just do not want to spend too much time on this fun morning shoot. All of the images were taken with my pair of A73 with Gmaster 16-35, 24mm ART f/1.4 and Sigma Bokeh Master 105mm f/1.4.

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Jul 14, 2019 22:04 |  #30734

24gm sold. Sad to see it go but the FE 35 1.8 is what I really needed from a compact wide angle.

Samples out of the FE 35 1.8 look pretty good. I have a bunch that unless there is something glaringly bad about it, that it'd be my most used lens.


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Jul 14, 2019 22:22 |  #30735

TRhoads wrote in post #18893693 (external link)
I have similar little bags from ThinkTank that serve the same purpose, and have one side that is clear so that you can see what is in them...and less $$ too!

TMaG82 wrote in post #18893677 (external link)
I must’ve missed the press release for this, but Peak Design Tech Pouch anyone?

https://www.peakdesign​.com …s/all/products/​tech-pouch (external link)

Was on Amazon looking at something else and this caught my eye. Tired of having cables, memory cards, and portable chargers everywhere in multiple bags, picked this up. Like most Peak Design products, you either love it or hate it and like most PD products it’s a little overpriced at $60.

Clamshell design, already put my portable battery pack, RAV power dual charger, multiple usb cables, memory card wallet, and could conceivably fit a ton more. It’s almost amazing how well thought out this thing is. Large enough to fit most things but small enough to put in almost any bag, camera or otherwise I could think of.


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I could really use something like this, have a bunch of small cases and it’s a mess


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