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It's been said that I make a lot of pictures of rocks and water.
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Cannon Beach Sunrise - Cannon Beach OR

The intense color of the sunrise lasted only minutes, glad I was there to witness it. #seascapephotography   #landscapephotography   #oregoncoast   #oregonphotography  

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Rainy Day Reflections - Photography by Ivan Ivanoff  ivanoff-photo.com #rain #puddle #reflection
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Twilight Walk - Photography by +Gord Parrott  www.symplimages.com Mt. Robson is the highest point in the Canadian Rockies at 3954 m (12,972 ft.) #clouds #mountain #road
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A Volkswagen Beetle compressed into a ball. From artist Ichwan Noor
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This is an amazing ghost town in Namibia where sand dunes have completely taken over...
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We needed a late night place for food and drinks and tried this place. It was a Friday night and the place was busy, but we were seated right away. Great, fun decor, live music, decent selection of food and drink, and the food itself was really well done and tasty.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I think that the service and quality of the dining experience have gone down a bit since my first review a few years ago.. so I'm moving my rating from 4 stars to 2. Lately, there is the ever present smell of the cleaner they use to wipe down the counters and tables, The food has been average as well.. nothing special. I'm in no rush to go back.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
While the food is good here, I just recently had a problem with the service. We walked in around 5pm yesterday (December 23rd) and while the place was fairly empty, the person at the front didn't even look up as we walked through both sets of doors and up to the podium. She did eventually acknowledge us and seated us about 10 feet into the front room. While we waited and chatted, reviewed the menu and made our dinner decisions, numerous staff members walked by but no one came by to greet us or offer water, or to even say 'Hi, I'm X and I'll be taking care of you tonight'. So, after waiting and watching, realizing that it must be 'trainee' night at Famous Daves, we got up and walked out. We drove to McMenamins in Wilsonville, had a great meal and wonderful service. It'll be a while before we try Dave's again and we certainly won't be recommending the place to others.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I always enjoy my time at Old Key West. Laid back, good service people, spacious rooms, a nice restaurant, great pool, lots of activities, and the little store has lots of amenities at a decent price. The bus service is fairly good, though I usually rent a car when I'm there (and can park just outside the room, which is really convenient) for getting around the resort and going to the parks (or elsewhere).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I have been going to Wilsonville Barber for many years, when it was owned by Susan. She recently sold the business to Hoai Grail, who is also an excellent barber. I've seen Hoai twice now, and will be returning in a week or so. She takes the time to not only find out exactly what you want, but she also takes the time to meticulously cut your hair until you're completely happy with it.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Wow... I wish I had read the reviews of this place before going. I agree on all of the 0 out of 3 ratings, and here is why. My wife, son and I are looking for new phone, and were considering Verizon (my wife and son are on AT&T and I am on Sprint). We walk in the store and are immediately confronted with a guy who asks 'name?'. I ask why he wants to know, and he says that he wants to sign us up for the next available salesperson. I say "Steve" and we go to look at phones. I notice there are no Nexus phones on display, so I ask the same guy who greeted us about it, and he said "they're in the back, I'll have the salesperson show you one". A minute later he comes up and says that he doesn't recommend the Nexus because it's got known bugs, it crashes, etc... having researched the phone, I haven't heard a thing (it runs pure Android rather than a Samsung or HTC UI overlay) about it, but wonder... hmmm... could it be that since the Nexus is $100 less than the Samsung Galaxy S III I'm looking at that he says this? When the sales guy comes over, I ask about the Nexus (was thinking S III for me, Nexus for my son) so he goes and gets the Nexus, but he needs to unbox it and I need to go to a different counter to do this. Another person at the counter says that since it's not registered, none of the apps will work. It boots, and all the apps work. I ask why not have it on display... she says that it's only $50 cheaper than the SIII so they don't bother. I mention that their website shows it as $100 cheaper. They check... I'm correct. She says that the UI will be the same as the Samsung... wrong again... it's native Android vs. Samsung's UI. It was VERY clear that they had not interest (or experience) in the Nexus, or in fact about the phones in general. It felt like I was in a room filled with uninformed sales people who didn't know their own products... which actually, I was. This is the last place i would want to go if I have problems down the road with a phone, or service issues, or pretty much anything. The value to a brick-and-mortar store is good service and a friendly comfortable environment to shop and explore. I have sworn off Verizon... good luck to anyone that ventures into this place. Ugh.
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Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago