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Rail Bed362 viewsThe old Tonapah and Tidewater railroad used to run through this canyon, from Baker, CA to Tonapah, NV. This is the Rail Bed raised above the floor of the Amargosa River and in the distance sliced through a ridge. The Railroad was in operation between 1905 and 1940.
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Wood Fairies359 viewsTaken 11/12/06
Have you ever heard stories about the Wood Fairies? It has to do with Fairies escaping from the wood burned in campfires. I’m not sure where the story originated but apparently its true. Can you see them in the photo leaving the fire?
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Dumont By Moonlight356 viewsThe Full Moon was illuminating the Sand Dunes at Dumont Dunes, CA located near Death Valley. It was a nice evening with temperatures in the 70's. This photo was taken March 3rd, 2007 just before 9:00 pm. It was a 20 second exposure @ f3.5 (ISO 400) taken with my Canon Digital Rebel.
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Sunflower355 viewsA bright Sunflower at the weekly Farmers Market in Pasadena.
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Old Guys Rule352 viewsStill getting used to the Quad a little. Andy and I were trying some jumps.
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Early Morning Wakeup352 viewsAn eraly morning fire in Downtown Los Angeles snarled traffic. About 160 Firefighters attacked the fire at 4th and Broadway from the ground and Ladder Trucks. The building was destroyed but nearby structures were saved.
Taken 2/05/2007
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Hydrangea350 viewsTaken in my back yard.
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350 viewsMexican Evening Primrose
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Ready For Takeoff347 viewsAll strapped in (except me) and ready to go. We were about to taxi out to the runway.
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Coastal Western Whiptail343 viewsThese Lizards are inhabitants of Coastal Southern California and can grow up to 13 inches in length. They are very cautious and very fast. It was hard getting a photo of it. This was taken in the Santa Monica Mountains near Malibu.
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341 viewsMy Father-In-Law Ron Hanke at the Radio Operators position.
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Lightning 9/4/2011341 viewsOur hair was standing on end as we were finishing our dinner. I grabbed the Camera and Tripod and set up for some long time exposures. This bolt of Lightning seen looking South with the Cabana in the foreground.

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