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    New aquisition from my other hobby:
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    Nice piece. I was a collector for many many years. We're talking 30 years ago. At one point I had 26 revolvers & pistols not to mention dozens of antique shot guns and rifles. I had the latest and greatest reloading setup. Alas I let my young temper get the best of me and thought it prudent to sell off the collection until I could gain control of it. But I do miss target and competition shooting.

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    Default Here's a couple of recent ones

    The first picture is a critter called a Snowberry Clearwing moth, one of several species generically called "hummingbird moths". They're only about an inch long. The whole picture was downsampled and this is a 100% crop from the resulting image.

    The lightning shot is one I took last night. The building is the water plant where I work. I shot this with a fisheye lens, and this is the "de-fished" version that mostly removes the distortion. Personally I think I like the fishy perspective better, but I don't have that version on this computer.
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    Those are really nice jcaut!
    There is no genuine justice in any scheme of feeding and coddling the loafer whose only ponderable energies are devoted wholly to reproduction. Nine-tenths of the rights he bellows for are really privileges and he does nothing to deserve them. We not only acquired a vast population of morons, we have inculcated all morons, old or young, with the doctrine that the decent and industrious people of the country are bound to support them for all time.-Menkin

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcaut
    The first picture is a critter called a Snowberry Clearwing moth, one of several species generically called "hummingbird moths". They're only about an inch long. The whole picture was downsampled and this is a 100% crop from the resulting image.

    The lightning shot is one I took last night. The building is the water plant where I work. I shot this with a fisheye lens, and this is the "de-fished" version that mostly removes the distortion. Personally I think I like the fishy perspective better, but I don't have that version on this computer.
    Great stuff!!! How come every time I take a picture of something I always get a picture of a thumb or a finger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcaut
    The first picture is a critter called a Snowberry Clearwing moth, one of several species generically called "hummingbird moths". They're only about an inch long. The whole picture was downsampled and this is a 100% crop from the resulting image.

    The lightning shot is one I took last night. The building is the water plant where I work. I shot this with a fisheye lens, and this is the "de-fished" version that mostly removes the distortion. Personally I think I like the fishy perspective better, but I don't have that version on this computer.
    Great pics man.

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    Thumbs up Our Beautiful Earth

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    This is awesome, God is a genius, there is even a link for non-Microsoft users.
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    Default What a face!

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    Good Stuff!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw22

    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAAAA!!!!

    OMFG!!! Thats the funniest thing Ive seen in a loooong time!!!!

    Im gonna have to pass that one along!
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    My 6yo son at a company-sponsored event last night...
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    Wrap it up boys and girls.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw22
    Wrap it up boys and girls.....


    Don't tell me ...........


    S A F E S E X



    ....and you gripe about my cat pictures !!
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    Those doors snapping shut looks painfulllllll

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    This is my wife's grandmom. . . she's 97 years old, mentally sharp as a tack and gets around, ever so slowly but she gets there, she has survived sinus cancer, emphazema, breast cancer, and skin cancer, she also goes up and down the steps freely until six months ago. She fell down a full flight of steps (15) literally head over heals, and she came out with just bruises, a true miracle. She was out of the hospital in three weeks and she's back to normal. . . we don't let her go up steps by herself anymore.:) She is constantly giggling despite the that she has lost her husband, her son, her daughter and two grandchildren and she is in constant arthritic pain. . . but she keeps on truckin and giggling.


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    My older son after the 13 mile RunPhilly race. My younger son on right.
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    Man, I've been gone a while. You guys are hilarious! Now I need to find some funny pictures...

    **Edit** Try these. I've been collecting pictures of animals hit by cars. Does anybody know of more similar pictures I could post?
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    Default Plane ride

    These are some pics from going over the Alps today. The captain was saying that it is rare for there to be so little cloud cover. Quality might not be too great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdhdiggs
    These are some pics from going over the Alps today. The captain was saying that it is rare for there to be so little cloud cover. Quality might not be too great.
    Wow those are breathtaking!!!and probably something I will never witness first hand.

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    Go to Ouray Colorado and the black canyon of the Gunnison. Much cheaper and about the same thing.
    There is no genuine justice in any scheme of feeding and coddling the loafer whose only ponderable energies are devoted wholly to reproduction. Nine-tenths of the rights he bellows for are really privileges and he does nothing to deserve them. We not only acquired a vast population of morons, we have inculcated all morons, old or young, with the doctrine that the decent and industrious people of the country are bound to support them for all time.-Menkin

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    My ride. It's been a while since I've hit the single track and I need to get back out there. Anyone in Chicagoland want to go riding at Palos before it gets too cold?
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    mmm... Marky likes Cannondales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wodom1
    Anyone in Chicagoland want to go riding at Palos before it gets too cold?
    If I wasn't so outta shape, and thinkin I wouldn't make a mountain trail, I'd be all for it. Where's Palos anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw22
    If I wasn't so outta shape, and thinkin I wouldn't make a mountain trail, I'd be all for it. Where's Palos anyway?

    I'm in pretty bad shape too. The last time I rode singletrack was in June. Palos Forest Preserve is in Willow Springs, IL -- about 20 minutes SW of Chicago. Since you're in Lisle, you're pretty close. Check out http://www.cambr.org/ for info. on Chicagoland trails.
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    Trick or Treat?
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    and still more cute dog pics for Halloween
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    but wait.. if you call right now.. you'll get these two extra cute one for free!
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