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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > Pacific Southwest photo a day. (Viewed 485704 times)
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Very nice healthy lookin' coonies. Funny how big their asses are!!


Old CA State Govt building.............Nice.
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You can see a million miles tonite, but you can't get very far.

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So, I caught a friend gettin' my grandson high!!!!



I like to play that game too hehehe this is from last Christmas time.

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That's gotta feel like 300 feet when you're that size?

Smiling all the while.........Our little ones know nothing of how mean and painful the world can be, it's sad they have to learn it at all.




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I want to fly! I remember being that small... I used to be thrown in the air too... but it was usually into the water!

This is at the Albany Bulb.




"The Bulb is home a vast array of urban art including mural, stencil, graffiti, sculpture, and installation art. Sculptor and activist lawyer Osha Neumann has created some of the largest works. He often collaborates with Jason DeAntonis. Sniff, a group of artists composed of Scott Hewitt, Scott Meadows and David Ryan, painted large, highly imaginative "murals" on wood and erected more sculptures on the northwest corner of The Bulb. Another Bulb landmark, referred to as "The Castle," is a large concrete, rebar and plaster shelter which sits on the south west corner of the Bulb, directly opposite the Golden Gate Bridge. The Bulb has been used for informal concerts and even a moving production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" presented by We Players, a bay area site-specific theatre company." - Stolen from the link above

If you haven't been, you should check it out. It is always changing. A homeless encampment is scattered about the peninsula, so please be respectful.




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^^ Is that a regular sized rubiks cube? Or is it a massive one built in place and containing a secret room inside where the Helpful Honda people meet in secret?




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^^ Is that a regular sized rubiks cube? Or is it a massive one built in place and containing a secret room inside where the Helpful Honda people meet in secret?


I like to think it is more like the second option. It's about 4'-5' cubed




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I like to think it is more like the second option. It's about 4'-5' cubed


That means the Helpful Honda people must be midgets!!!! D:




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nice one fusspot! beautiful!

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One of my favorites shots from visiting my grandfather for christmas this last year to place his wreath for Christmas, along with wreathes for other soldiers who did not have family to do so.

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Being military myself, I have a huge appreciation for what you are doing there! I only hope if I get taken in service, there's someone like you to drop me off a gift like that ^^




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Bald Eagle Peak, Sequoia National Park, Kern County
t'was a great hike. We also hit up Leibel peak earlier that day.


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Looks like Lake Isabella, near Bodfish?




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i am the other yourself.

"Have you been half asleep and have you heard voices? I've heard them calling my name. Is this the sweet sound that called the young sailors. The voice might be one and the same. I've heard it too many times to ignore it. It's something that I'm supposed to be." http://www.flickr....orers/collections/
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Looks like Lake Isabella, near Bodfish?


Yup!
We're going on a 2 day hiking trip next weekend together up above Onion Valley, near Independence. I was looking at some photos of the area and its sooooo pretty up there, I can't wait.


Madcap: I like your pikchur =) It's purdy.



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Lovely harbor decay...............
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i am the other yourself.

"Have you been half asleep and have you heard voices? I've heard them calling my name. Is this the sweet sound that called the young sailors. The voice might be one and the same. I've heard it too many times to ignore it. It's something that I'm supposed to be." http://www.flickr....orers/collections/
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nice one fusspot! beautiful!

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Thanks! Love the colors in that flower shot.




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http://gemini670.s.../L/i-x3N6CJC-L.jpg


beautiful!!! Lovely colors and texture!




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beautiful!!! Lovely colors and texture!


Thanks! I was afraid to get as close as I did... durian has a reputation for being quite malodorous, but thankfully only when it's cracked open.

More color, a la Panzanella:




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