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Jordan Meeter
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Back when I was just getting into digital photography. I had purchased a Nikon D80 and was learning how to make HDRs.

#HDR #Photography #UrbEx #Decay #Abandoned #Building #NY #Utica #Explore #UrbanDecay
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Some photos of my sebae anemone.
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September 3, 2016
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Beautiful display tank at LFS
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3/26/16
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+Jon Van Mader - This is the tank we saw at the Marine Science Center!
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As a well-traveled person (as far as the United States goes) I figured I had pretty much, well, seen it all. I’ve been through the deserts of New Mexico to the deepest forests of the Adirondacks and even to the most northeastern beach in Maine. However, I really didn’t know what to expect when we set forth on our drive from Connecticut to Washington. I’ve never been past Michigan, but I figured i was just farmland and prairies. Well, I was partially right.

When we set out, a lot of family and friends mentioned the “badlands” that we’d drive through in South Dakota. I figured OK - we’ll see some barren parries (which we did). Much to my surprise, I found that the badlands of South Dakota actually resemble New Mexico in MANY ways! If you added a bit more shrubbery here and there, I think you could actually mistake the two for each other. They do have a lot of similarities, actually - panoramic vistas for as far as the naked eye can see, arroyos, plains, buttes, and plateaus.

While driving through the Badlands National Park, I was simply in awe the entire time. What a hidden gem South Dakota’s been hiding all this time. There were plenty of “viewpoints” as they call them, guiding visitors to areas that offer the most impressive sights and views. And as a bonus, on the way out of the park, we even got to see a bunch of prayer dogs who were not shy at all and didn’t seem to mind us getting out off our cars and watching them do what they do.
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10/19/15
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Nice pull from "Storm Chaser" at Haddam Neck Fair in Connecticut. September 2015. #TractorPull #HaddamNeckFair #Tractors

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Had a lot of fun today at the Haddam Neck Fair! Unfortunately our GPS sent us to the wrong location, but thanks to a sign that read "If you're here because your GPS sent you, here's how you REALLY get to the fair..." we eventually made our way there.

I think fairs are such positive environments for young kids. They really have everything - festivities, rides, motor sports, farm animals, etc etc. I'd be lying if I said the kid in me didn't get a little excited too. :p
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9/5/15
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