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gblowfish 08:05 PM 04-05-2020
With all the shelter at home stuff, thought I'd start a fun thread to help get our minds on better times. I am not a professional or high level amateur photographer, but I have taken some cool pictures over the years. If you've taken pictures that you're proud of, how bout posting a couple,and explaining what they are?

I'll Start:

St. Louis July 2003. I was staying downtown in that beer can shaped hotel by the arch. I got a call around midnight that my mom was taken to ICU in Arkansas, and was in bad shape. I got up at dawn as the sun was rising over the Mississippi river. I took this picture looking east. Went to the chapel in the center and said a prayer for my parents. Mom got out of ICU 66 days later.

Alley Springs, MO: From around 2002, near Eminence,MO.

Hotel Bothwell, Sedalia,MO. Shot at sundown in downtown Sedalia.

Desoto Sign, Carthage, MO. On a trip to Arkansas, took the scenic route 2018.

Missouri Hwy 13 Bridge, Lexington, MO: Looking north during the flood of 1993.
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Dartgod 11:19 AM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by burt:
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Where are those from? Beautiful pictures
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Rasputin 11:21 AM 04-06-2020

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Buehler445 11:40 AM 04-06-2020
Iíve concluded 2 things.

1. You all live more interesting lives than I do.

2. You all are better at lighting, blocking and perspective than I am.

Nevertheless here are a couple from last season on my phone. These fall firmly in the crop porn, but fuck off, theyíre pretty to me damn it!




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burt 11:42 AM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Dartgod:
Where are those from? Beautiful pictures
I confess....one of my life long friends sent me those...from Arizona
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GloucesterChief 11:43 AM 04-06-2020
Rural Japan from Shinkansen


Life sized Kabuki Theater replica in Tokyo-Edo Museum.


Tokyu Hands department store entrance. Harajuku, Tokyo

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Rasputin 11:52 AM 04-06-2020

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Rasputin 11:52 AM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Iíve concluded 2 things.

1. You all live more interesting lives than I do.

2. You all are better at lighting, blocking and perspective than I am.

Nevertheless here are a couple from last season on my phone. These fall firmly in the crop porn, but fuck off, theyíre pretty to me damn it!



Doesn't matter what we think but what matters is, does she your wife think your tractor is sexy?
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Rasputin 12:22 PM 04-06-2020
New Meyhico a couple years ago on my way home from vacation
same trip i wiped out my kayak in the Rio Grand, more pics maybe later





New Meyhico is a beautiful state
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Buehler445 12:26 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Rasputin:
Doesn't matter what we think but what matters is, does she your wife think your tractor is sexy?
She could care less. She just wants me to make money. Iím pretty sure thatís the aspect she finds attractive.
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gblowfish 12:41 PM 04-06-2020
I'm really enjoying all the pictures! There's a place not too far from where I live called the Bingham-Waggoner Estate. It's just south of the Independence Square, and was the starting point for the Three Trails west. George Caleb Bingham painted the iconic Civil War painting "Order Number 11" in this house. It's now a historic site. I've always loved the grounds, and over the years have taken pictures of my cars out front of the carriage house. Pictures of my 2002 Jeep & 2015 Subie. My wife and I restored a 1997 Cougar (The Big Blue Cat) and just got it finished up last summer. We're the only owners. It's the last big Cougar Ford built, XR-7 with performance package. Everything has been restored bumper to bumper. Great ride. This picture is in front of my old high school football field.
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Rain Man 12:57 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Buehler445:



I live in the city. What does that thing do?
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Rain Man 12:58 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Rasputin:
New Meyhico a couple years ago on my way home from vacation
same trip i wiped out my kayak in the Rio Grand, more pics maybe later


New Meyhico is a beautiful state

Looks like you picked a bad time to drive by the Trinity Site.
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gblowfish 12:58 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
I live in the city. What does that thing do?
It makes food.
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Rain Man 12:59 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by gblowfish:
It makes food.
I'm naive about this. Where does the ice cream come out?
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Rasputin 01:02 PM 04-06-2020
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
I live in the city. What does that thing do?
It's a place where wasps like to fly around and get in the cabs for unsuspecting farmers to sting.
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