Must be my new job running over into this...
Recent hire on at the Department of the Redundancy Department.
What a great idea for a thread. I have enjoyed this thread for about a week and would check in from work or home to see where it is going. I do have one observation though. There are so many repeats.
People, add new, fresh stuff and quite digging up the old photos that have been running for years. We have enjoyed seeing the world through your lenses but it's getting predictable.
While not a photographer, I have had a lot of fun with this and attempt not to repeat. Is there a way on the forum to search for all posts by a member and thereby identify any "duplicates"?
Fun stuff but I agree "fresh blood" would be welcome to avoid any concern that the posts might become predictable. Part of the fun is innovative linkage that sometimes requires a bit of thought to understand what the current poster is thinking about the relationship top the last picture. Some are obvious, some are mundane, some are intriguing if not quite brilliant and a few are real head scratchers.
Glad I did not ruffel too many feathers. As soon as I figure out how to post pictures I would love to add to the thread. Being ex-military, lived in Japan and China, been to all but two continents and into my sixth decade, I have plenty of photos.
I am looking forward to posting a great shot of my friend Joe Alley (Ausse) and me at a road side sex temple in Japan in around 1972. I don't remember if our Honda's are in that shot. He was on a CL-125 and I was on my CB-350. I eventually shipped it back to the states and rode it here for several years. Way too small for the highways here in Pa.
ride what you've got; enjoy the ride!
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GSteve: I love your wildlife photos. Where did you take your photo safari(s)? We have made a couple of Africa trips but never a photo safari. Do you think they have such a thing for guys that only use an IPhone to snap pictures?
I'm involved in ranching. The old Ram photo I posted just before your post #96464 was taken a couple of years ago. Every Fall we test the Rams for fertility since we don't want to feed them all winter if they ain't gonna give us no baby lambs in the Spring. You don't want to know how it is done.
As to fertility certification, you're correct, it's something that is better left unstated. The knowledge could keep tend to keep me up at night worrying!
I like your deck!! ;>}
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rdalland, #9766 is till one of all time favorites. If I could change two things about the shot, one would be that I had taken it and two, the airhead was mine.