Oh ya, you wanna fight about it?
bring it on:D
Back that thing-up
King Fishing on the Kuskokwim 1100 at night, or 2300 for the military folks. Why we love this state (Alaska) so much.
They always bring a smile to those who encounters them....
Inside - why cable upgrades are your best friend.....Attachment 40998
big dawg, myself or another member posted that somewhere earlier in the thread. i DARE you to go search for it. LOL.
Posted these over at canon forums, thought I'd share here:
Rebel XSi w/kit 18-55IS, all manual, ISO 400, f6.3, 1/500
How cute. The last time I saw that little one was hidden in mama's belly.
I'm fortunate that I live 30 minutes from this. Note the trail behind the waterfall.
I wish I could have taken these photos...this guy is an amateur...but he is really GOOD!
These are all from Ireland. His flickr site is http://www.flickr.com/photos/38067893@N05/ if you are interested in seeing more.
Hugo Spowers, the founder and brains behind the Riversimple hydrogen-powered car during its debut in central London, Tuesday. Britain-based Riversimple, a company founded by former race car driver Hugo Spowers and backed by Porsche scion Sebastian Piech, Tuesday unveiled the prototype for a two-seat, hydrogen powered car promising fuel consumption equivalent to 360 miles per gallon (106 kilometers/liter). Instead of selling the car, touted as the world's first low-cost and practical hydrogen vehicle, Riversimple says it plans to lease it, for about 200 British pounds ($315) per month for the car's expected 20-year lifetime. Leases would include refueling. Production may begin by 2013, it said.