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Let's see your latest photos. I haven't been caching recently as photography has been my recent hobby... Click for larger...


Bug sex. Lots of mating beetles this time of year...




I'm not sure what kind of flower this is, but I liked it...




Infrared shot... Local park here in town. West Nile waiting to happen...




Fall is here...




Lightning storm a few months ago. Out of 200 shots, this is one of two that were keepers...




Obligatory sunflower shot. Except mine are dying...




Feather on a lake. There's a story behind this. It was a pita shot to get...




End of summer...




Fountain, shot at 1 second. I had to use 4 neutral density filters to allow that kind of exposure. I'm really happy with this one...




First rain we've had in months. Apparently Aspens are waterproof...




Hellspawn spider. Nuke the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure...





Contents Under Pressure...


[This message was edited by Acceptable Risk on September 07, 2003 at 02:29 AM.]

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I came across this flower on the edge of a pond while hiking.I always take my old Kodak DC digital along.



This guywas in the same area




[This message was edited by Larry H on September 07, 2003 at 08:31 AM.]


[This message was edited by Larry H on September 07, 2003 at 08:32 AM.]

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Here are some recent pics of mine:


Mount Rainier, from Paradise Visiter Center (7-03)



Mount Rainier, From White River Campground (7-03)



Yellowstone river (few miles outside of Livingston, MT) (9-03)






If trees could scream, would we still cut them down?

Well, maybe if they screamed all the time, for no reason.

Click here for my Geocaching pictures and Here (newest)

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Here's one that I took last weekend when we went caching. It was the view we had from the cache. It's also the "Picture of the Week" on my site. BTW if anyone wants to submit their pics for the picture of the week thing, contact me.






As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump

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My kids and I encountered this catepillar while out on a trek. It is the most brightly colored and biggest catepillar that I have ever seen. I love the way it's color make it look bigger than it is (it's about 2-1/2" long) with the big fake eyes and fake mouth. I would love to know what kind of catepillar it is.







If you hide it, they will come....

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Awesome sunbeam shot Criminal. And I can really relate to the kayak shot Dagg -- is that in the Broken Group?


I followed this Great Blue Heron for quite a while in my kayak to get this shot:




This is one of my favourite 'trail' shots -- taken at about 7:00 on a cold morning in January on the way back from a cache hunt:





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Nothing to do with caching, but I'm rather proud of this one taken last weekend. I'm not even a yank, but felt all patriotic when this came down at the Winston Salem airshow


just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not out to get you

bugger, can't figure how to post it, try this copy and paste http://photopoints.com/main/photos/showphoto.aspx


nope, that didn't work either - how 'bout some help here?


[This message was edited by Gory on September 09, 2003 at 05:17 PM.]

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Originally posted by Team Shibby:

Congrats to Team Tecmage!!!


I have lots and lots of pics I would like to share, does anyone have a good site to host them for free? One that will not limit the amount of times they can be viewed per day? Maybe include a slideshow feature? Thanks!! icon_smile.gif


Webshots is free, but I believe they limit you to 25 pictures per album, and 10 albums, I pay the small 2 year fee (I think $19) and am very happy with it, you can't (or at least I haven't figured out how to) link directly to your Webshots picture and have it display on this website, But even the free service doesn't (or didn't, last I heard) limit how many times you can view the pictures.


For the fee, you get 60 pics per album and as many albums as you want.



If trees could scream, would we still cut them down?

Well, maybe if they screamed all the time, for no reason.

Click here for my Geocaching pictures and Here (newest)


[This message was edited by martmann on September 15, 2003 at 09:41 PM.]

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