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Geminid Meteor 12/14/07123 views
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266 viewsView from the Bombardier's Position. It was really neat sitting in the chair up there.
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Ready For Takeoff287 viewsAll strapped in (except me) and ready to go. We were about to taxi out to the runway.
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The Thinker160 viewsTaken 10/15/03
Experimenting with Black and White and gradation of tones. Taken at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles.

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Lighter Shades Of Pale176 viewsWe were working the Sam Merrill Checkpoint in the AC100 100 Mile Endurance Run. During a break in the action we drove further up the Mount Lowe Motorway. This photo is looking West from the Mount Lowe Motorway towards Mount Lukens in the Angeles National Forest.
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Gung Hey Fat Choy204 viewsTaken 1/28/06
The oldest and most important festival in China is called the Spring Festival. Many people call it the Chinese New Year. No matter what you call it, it is a time of celebration for millions of Chinese people all over the world. The Chinese calendar has a 12 year cycle and each year is named after an animal. People born in each of these years are said to have certain characteristics. The year 2006 is the Year of the Dog. People born in the Year of the Dog are said to be very loyal.

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Orange Wave199 viewsTaken 8/11/03 with my Olympus C-5050 Z from my backyard in Altadena, CA
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Sago Palm193 viewsCycas revoluta. Members of the Cycad Family, Sago Palms are known to be among the oldest plants on earth. This photo is looking straight down into the cone on one of our plants.
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All Together Now353 viewsTaken 1/23/06
Strong winds buffeted Southern California last night and this morning causing wide spread damage. Fallen trees, downed power lines, etc. Sustained winds at my station were 30 mph with gusts as high as 42 mph. Combined with extremely low humidity, these conditions have prompted a Red Flag Fire Alert. These palm trees were all leaning to the South as the winds roared out of the North.


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