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Old November 17, 2017   #31
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I really like the pictures that you guys have taken, so many details and pretty. Thank you for sharing your work.
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Are you a professional photographer... and grow tomatoes and peppers as a side hobby? Some stunning pictures you have there! Your Redwoods picture reminds me of some of Ansel Adams photos, great stuff!

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Are you a professional photographer... and grow tomatoes and peppers as a side hobby? Some stunning pictures you have there! Your Redwoods picture reminds me of some of Ansel Adams photos, great stuff!
Thank you but i have never sold one photo. These are all cell phone pictures that i have taken in the last year. The costal redwoods are my favorite place on earth. My family camps in them as much as possible. Im lovin everyones photos also. I hope you ate that buck!
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Oh, that takes me back to childhood and growing up in that area! The redwood forests always felt so very primeval, making me feel small and very insignificant, but oddly comfortable with that feeling in that magnificence. The ferns can get very large there, too, bigger than a child.

I'll never forget the scent of the redwoods and forested areas, like the scent of the Pacific ocean up north it is a down into my bones type memory, something I still yearn for even after all these years.

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Thank you but i have never sold one photo. These are all cell phone pictures that i have taken in the last year. The costal redwoods are my favorite place on earth. My family camps in them as much as possible. Im lovin everyones photos also. I hope you ate that buck!
No just took a picture of him, I'm a meat hunter and like them a little more tender than that. Plus I been given an ultimatum from Mary, I can't get anymore mounted.
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Any idea what the machines are? I'm going to guess that they're cutting gears.
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That would be my guess too.
I see a helical gear on the work bench and the closest machine looks like it has a gear cutter on it.
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