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Frank Leers
dad, HPC geek, string plucker, builder of things, planter, harvester, photo-capturist, 2-wheel enthusiast, yeast rancher, fermenter, artist and scientist...self-proclaimed renaissance man
dad, HPC geek, string plucker, builder of things, planter, harvester, photo-capturist, 2-wheel enthusiast, yeast rancher, fermenter, artist and scientist...self-proclaimed renaissance man
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Unix...
Beauty Innovation
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Ema (votive tablets) at the Shinto shrine Meiji Jingo.
"'personal prayers and gratitude toward the deities enshrined in Meiji Jingu Shrine"

for #signsunday  curated by +Lori Carey +Jetski Jones +Janice Hackney 
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Very cool!
Abbey Road virtual tour

I was there at age 15, +Seth Meister, but only got as far as the receptionist. Still felt like standing on hallowed ground.

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I guess someone thinks I have excellent stockage skillz
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La Jolla low tide blues
I've had these ND  filters for about a year now, and haven't done much with them.  More investigation is in order.
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The red rock desert region of eastern Utah, set aside as Arches National Park in 1971, contains the highest concentration of natural arches in the country.  The unusual park scenery is attributed to the region's unique history, a fortunate and complex interaction between deposition, deformation, and corrosion that began in the middle of the Pennsylvanian Period (some 300 million years ago)...
- Geology Unfolded http://geologyunfolded.com/index.html

Wandering around Arches National Park with a camera can be overwhelming.  This is from a random spot, when I was hiking without direction, and stopped to try and compose something interesting without an arch in the frame.
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For #signsunday  
+Lori Carey +Gary Posner +Janice Hackney +Jetski Jones 

I draw your attention to the sentence on the bottom of this sign, with emphasis on the word may.  

As seen in every official taxi that I've ridden in New Orleans.
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Amsterdam.
Canal at dusk.
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The Holiday Season is upon us!
This is from almost exactly a year ago, on the streets of Amsterdam.  I don't do much street photography, but this one turned out alright.  
With most of the shoppers walking away, your eye seems to find the few faces in the crowd.  A little selective color helps guide your subconscious.
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Can I take your order sir?

Yes, fifty large pepperoni please.
To go.



...as seen at the local Costco this morning

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