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Feb 04, 2020 15:58 |  #2086

The locks portion of a horse-riding-park gate, Phoenix, AZ.


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Feb 05, 2020 14:46 |  #2087

Wow, I don't think a horse or even a monkey could defeat that. :)
(I think the red lock is all you have to remove)

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Feb 05, 2020 15:32 |  #2088

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Over the years I've seen multiple interations of gate padlock systems, but that's a new one for me. Looks like any one of those 6 padlocks will unlock the gate.



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Feb 05, 2020 15:59 |  #2089
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Over the years I've seen multiple interations of gate padlock systems, but that's a new one for me. Looks like any one of those 6 padlocks will unlock the gate.

I reckon that's the idea. These types of locks are common around 'shared facilities', where multiple people, clubs or organisations need access, each having a key to 'their' lock and only one lock needs to be opened to get in.


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Feb 05, 2020 18:38 |  #2090

I should learn to slow down and see the bigger picture. You're correct, removing any one lock will let all the pieces separate.


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Feb 06, 2020 16:48 as a reply to  @ Spencerphoto's post |  #2091

Yup, and stored on a peg of a post are MORE of those bars with slots, so the number of locks allowed is almost ulimited.


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Feb 06, 2020 16:51 |  #2092

A quite-modern house in the northern, mountainess end of my north-central-Phoenix neighborhood.


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Feb 06, 2020 20:49 as a reply to  @ jeffreybehr's post |  #2093

Nice shot!


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Feb 06, 2020 20:53 |  #2094

Lovin this camera......


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Feb 07, 2020 01:26 |  #2095

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Is that a muffin factory?


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Feb 07, 2020 02:21 |  #2096

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Is that a muffin factory?

No. :-)


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Feb 09, 2020 17:25 |  #2097

I'm not that familiar with US traffic laws but something told me they had right of way...

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Feb 09, 2020 18:02 as a reply to  @ Scott_online's post |  #2098

A M A Z I N G P H O T O !


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Feb 15, 2020 20:54 |  #2099

Sort of stumbled into this bird in a sort-of-wetland/riparian area in Phoenix.. All these shot with my 5DSR and Tamron 35-150/2.8-4/VC this afternoon during absolutely gorgeous nonsummer weather in Phoenix.. The first was shot thru my windshield.. Anyone know what this bird is?


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Feb 15, 2020 20:59 |  #2100

A couple more.. The first is a pile of gray gravel my friend and I have been shooting for maybe 15 years.. Seems now it's being eliminated...boo hoo.. Did I mention that this area is immediately north and east of Sky Harbor Airport?

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