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Az Saguaro silhouette against a monsoon sunset!

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In Arizona here, the sun rises over the Superstition Mtns, with a lil bit of luck, on a monsoon evening in the summer, it will set across the desert with stunning drama.

Jeanne Peters Sunset  2.jpg

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Maybe this could get moved to the photography thread... @CECAA850

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43 minutes ago, Marvel said:

Maybe this could get moved to the photography thread... @CECAA850

It should be moved to the Photography thread because it is a beautiful shot and would be greatly appreciated there.

 

I can't hit "move" as a moderator because that only moves into another Section of the Forum, such as Garage Sale, or Alerts, or 2 Channel.

 

There is a "merge" option but it is asking for a URL.  So @Marvel since you are a technical genus, does that mean I go to the Photography thread, copy the URL in my browser (Chrome) and then his "merge" moderator function and when the box comes up asking for the URL past it in there?

 

I sure would hate to lose this beautiful post.

 

I will post the link to the Photography thread so that the OP will know where it is, and he will hopefully keep great photos like this comming.

 

Travis

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Here is the "Show us your great photography" thread, and @KevinM your photo really belongs there.  Keep 'em coming.

 

 

Travis

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1 minute ago, KevinM said:

I thought I was in the photography section???

Happens all the time.  What Bruce and I are trying to say is, it's a GREAT photo, worthy of being in a thread called "Show Us Your GREAT photography".  

 

You can leave it here, or I can try to move it, or you can simply post it again in the thread link I posted up above.  It is totally up to you.  

 

A lot of people visit the Photography thread because there is a lot of great stuff in there, so it is constantly getting bumped up, and I just wanted as many people as possible to see it.

 

Thanks again for sharing the photo.

 

Travis

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3 hours ago, WillyBob said:

@KevinM

you live in AZ? 

Ya, AJ A bit N of you, But I hunted down there for 25 years, archery coues deer in sassabee, arivaca ruby n all that.  Warsaw canyon, yellow jacket, alot down S of the BANWR down antalope rd into the marijana mtns. till I got robbed at gunpoint

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OK... you have been here. I live in "town"

The sunrises and sunsets are spectacular ... we tend take them for granted.  Nice sunrise going right now... Ho hum...

 

when I go cutting wood, I always ask the BP if I am expecting company.   Don't wanna be the guy that brought a chainsaw to a gunfight...

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19 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

OK... you have been here. I live in "town"

The sunrises and sunsets are spectacular ... we tend take them for granted.  Nice sunrise going right now... Ho hum...

 

when I go cutting wood, I always ask the BP if I am expecting company.   Don't wanna be the guy that brought a chainsaw to a gunfight...

 

I would have thought you brought along a gun anyway for rattlesnakes hiding in the wood.

JJK

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11 hours ago, Marvel said:

Maybe this could get moved to the photography thread... @CECAA850

Can't be moved but can be merged to one topic.  The problem is, I'm not sure which thread title would remain or else I'd merge them together.

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50 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

Can't be moved but can be merged to one topic.  The problem is, I'm not sure which thread title would remain or else I'd merge them together.

 

Took care of it for you.  

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21 minutes ago, sputnik said:

 

Took care of it for you.  

Thanks.

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2 hours ago, JJkizak said:

 

I would have thought you brought along a gun anyway for rattlesnakes hiding in the wood.

JJK

 

snakes are easy... just stay away from them.  It's bee's that worry me.  One of these times, I am gonna rouse a hive of AHB/killer bees. All of the feral colonies are them, here.   They don't respect firearms... fire - yes ... guns - no

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6 minutes ago, WillyBob said:

 

snakes are easy... just stay away from them.  It's bee's that worry me.  One of these times, I am gonna rouse a hive of AHB/killer bees. All of the feral colonies are them, here.   They don't respect firearms... fire - yes ... guns - no

I agree 1000%, snakes, who cares, BEE's Now I'm payin attention, I'm a Journeyman Lineman and we get bee's in our equipment all the time, metal poles, street lights, j-box's, transformers, ect ect, We have annual bee training, so I hear ya bro, I can 99% of the time see a rattler, just take a few steps away, but get stung by 1 bee and the pharamone scent is in ya and the rest come to it to defend the colony by the thousands. When ya start gettin head bumped by a bee or two, run, forrest, run!

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It's up to you if you want to continue here or on the other thread.

 

 

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3 hours ago, KevinM said:

I agree 1000%, snakes, who cares, BEE's Now I'm payin attention, I'm a Journeyman Lineman and we get bee's in our equipment all the time, metal poles, street lights, j-box's, transformers, ect ect, We have annual bee training, so I hear ya bro, I can 99% of the time see a rattler, just take a few steps away, but get stung by 1 bee and the pharamone scent is in ya and the rest come to it to defend the colony by the thousands. When ya start gettin head bumped by a bee or two, run, forrest, run!

 

Regular gasoline vapors kill bees instantly. When I get a nest in the ground I mark it with a stick then wait till night and dump gas down the hole. It's instant death.

JJK

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Bees in holes in the ground -- sound like yellowjackets. Honeybees don't typically go underground.

I kept bees for a hobby.  20 colonies.

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2 hours ago, WillyBob said:

Bees in holes in the ground -- sound like yellowjackets. Honeybees don't typically go underground.

I kept bees for a hobby.  20 colonies.

 

Your right on.

JJK

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