So what have I missed?

1 week 15 hours ago #698728 by Juan Anthony
Grand Canyon?  Man, such a marvel.  I was planning on going back in April of this year, but had to cancel.  The B&W looks incredible.  


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1 week 15 hours ago #698732 by Scotty

Juan Anthony wrote: Grand Canyon?  Man, such a marvel.  I was planning on going back in April of this year, but had to cancel.  The B&W looks incredible.  


Go when you can. I know it's a bit hard to fly right now. 

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1 week 14 hours ago - 1 week 14 hours ago #698737 by Screamin Scott
Welcome back & congrats !!!! The kids grow up too fast so enjoy them at this precious age.. My boys are now 39 and 34... Yes, I'm still shooting bugs...

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1 week 14 hours ago #698740 by Scotty

Screamin Scott wrote: Welcome back & congrats !!!! The kids grow up too fast so enjoy them at this precious age.. My boys are now 39 and 34... Yes, I'm still shooting bugs...


Feels like a family reunion in here. Who are we missing? 

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6 days 20 hours ago #698831 by Photo Junky

Scotty wrote:



An old shot for funsies.

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So much going on here.  I'm digging the light rays and the range of light you have showing here.  Can't hurt that the building and trains are so stinking cool.   How close are you able to get to these trains?


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6 days 13 hours ago #698885 by Scotty

Photo Junky wrote:

Scotty wrote:



An old shot for funsies.

click on it to get around site's compression.



So much going on here.  I'm digging the light rays and the range of light you have showing here.  Can't hurt that the building and trains are so stinking cool.   How close are you able to get to these trains?


You can walk up and touch them. You can get pretty close. They used to allow me to pretty much do anything I want there access wise. It's been awhile though.

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6 days 3 hours ago #698905 by Toby J
That's a long break, welcome back to the jungle!  


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5 days 19 hours ago #698942 by Sawyer
Man that is a loaded question.  So much has changed.  Where in the country or world do you live?  

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5 days 14 hours ago #698969 by Scotty

Sawyer wrote: Man that is a loaded question.  So much has changed.  Where in the country or world do you live?  


Southeast Michigan.

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5 days 5 hours ago #698984 by ThatNikonGuy
New parent?  You haven't taken a break from photography.  How many photos are on your iPhone?  


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3 days 19 hours ago #699065 by Scott Klubeck
Congrats on the little one!  We have two kids and they are a blast!  I think once my son got around your kids age, they start becoming more fun.  Did you end up getting out with your camera?


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2 days 15 hours ago #699194 by Finn
Back in 2005, I had a 2 year break from photography.  When I got back in, it was refreshing and so much enjoyable.  Actually for me, I had family issues prior, and photography just became a drag.  Things cleared up, and my schedule did as well just over 2 years after.  I've had such a deeper appreciation and enjoyment for photography since.  

Welcome back! 


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2 days 12 hours ago #699201 by Scotty

ThatNikonGuy wrote: New parent?  You haven't taken a break from photography.  How many photos are on your iPhone?  


Touche!

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1 day 20 hours ago #699255 by Pettigrew
Ha!  My wife and I are grandparents and can confirm this about cell phones!  

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1 day 16 hours ago #699290 by Scotty

Pettigrew wrote: Ha!  My wife and I are grandparents and can confirm this about cell phones!  


You're one of the original members on this site. How have you been?

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