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We have an old metal structure in the courtyard here at work. They've planted vines to climb its sides. These flowers are the result of an excellent wet season and of those vines reaching the top.
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January rain in the courtyard
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Snapped in a back alley, cropped and added grunge in Snapseed
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Honey bee at the King's Mantle

I snapped this on my work break
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Geometric picture is geometric.

This is the office building next to mine.
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Photosphere of the abandoned train cars in Burbank. They're guarded by security cameras and a bee hive.
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I'm part of a smartphone photography community here on the Ploos. This month's challenge is "transportation" so I visited the abandoned train in Burbank. These were all shot on Galaxy S7 and edited (over-edited?) in Snapseed. The one in the thumbnail was shot with a wide-angle lens, too.

I promised +Martin Burke​ that I'd share these with him.
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Taken from a burst series using Galaxy S7 and edited in Snapseed.
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My wife teased me for weeks about having a "mystery date" scheduled for today. It was a trip to LACMA to see the art collection belonging to Guillermo del Toro. This Nosferatu on a grandfather clock was my favorite exhibit piece. Side note: a mystery date at the art museum to see a creepy display is evidence that I chose my wife wisely.
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Snapped this pic at the local, abandoned, mini golf course today.
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