Discussion in 'Serious Discussion' started by Hazar, Oct 16, 2010.
OK, Brazil (Gobernador Celso Ramos beach) - I shot these... for what it's worth...
Quite the opposite of Copacabana or Ipanema beaches, in a good way- no crowds and lots of tranquility. Looks like a beautiful location.
Clean as a whistle! As opposed to Copa etc.
And the peace, you are right... ahhh...
specially to PointZero (he know)
Thanks Tiger. Your country (Brazil) has so many beautiful locations (and great people) that I encourage everybody to visit there to see it.
well by this region I only went by truck and plane, but some day I would love to go from KTM 690 Enduro even if it was my last and last adventure can believe I'm already very old hehe...
Perhaps not now....
And then, there is the underbelly, too...
unfortunately I agree ,but with new President I hope that things change for better...
You just can't be serious...
but of course I am, because those who have no hope have nothing ...
Geraldo Ferreira De Araujo
How on Earth can anyone "think" Bolsonaro will "improve things, with all he promised, including the devastation of the environment, from clearing out Amazon to allowing seriously nasty chemicals into Human food chain, according to the capital's orders, to advocating ever more violence inflicted upon those who are different then him, including murder of political activists etc. etc.?!?
Concretely, in terms of these images and the general theme of the thread - these sights are doomed to ever more erosion and disappearance, along with those who would advocate active action to preserve them... The mind boggles sometimes...
Time will tell
You mean he is a weakling and has no balls? Why have faith in him, then?
This thread is made to let the pictures speak so to say....
Political thoughts about the future of a country are off topic here...
Please return to posting pictures.
Here are some photos from a couple hikes in Arizona. An old Windows phone was used to take these.
First shots are from the Flatiron in the Superstition Mountains (about a half hour east of Phoenix):
Spoiler: Flatiron photos
This shot was taken at the end of the hike, but shows our destination (the outcrop furthest in the distance).
Spoiler: Flatiron 1
Almost to the outcrop (Flatiron). Can see two people on it, for size perspective.
Spoiler: Flatiron 2
A makeshift memorial where a plane crashed near the top in 2011 claiming 6 people's lives (including 3 children). Bits of the plane can still be seen scattered about. Story here: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/3-adults-3-kids-killed-in-arizona-plane-crash
Spoiler: Flatiron 3
Hoodoos at the top. Clouds were very low that day.
Spoiler: Flatiron 4
View from top.
Spoiler: Flatiron 5
Spoiler: Flatiron 6
These are from Picketpost Mountain (about an hour east of Phoenix):
Spoiler: Picketpost photos
What we are hiking up.
Spoiler: Picketpost 1
Getting close to the top.
Spoiler: Picketpost 2
The road we drove in on.
Spoiler: Picketpost 3
Spoiler: Picketpost 4
Saguaros are skinny from lack of rain. Ones this tall are well over a hundred years old.
Spoiler: Picketpost 5
Weavers Needle on the horizon. Is 17 miles (27 km) away from this location, in the Superstition Mountains.
Spoiler: Picketpost 6
Friend I did these (and many other) hikes with is a good landscape photographer. Some of his photos can be seen here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelgreene_wildmoments/
Hi PZ look this: sorry in portuquese Brazilian , but only use QTranslate v.6.7.1
Yen, with men like him there will be fewer and fewer such images to post, so what's the point of posting them, if we are not going to defend them?
An F-35 taking off from Hill AFB in Ogden, UT
Pictures were taken with D850+500mm f/5.6
DSC_1031 by Darek Konopka, on Flickr
DSC_1032 by Darek Konopka, on Flickr
DSC_1033 by Darek Konopka, on Flickr
DSC_1034 by Darek Konopka, on Flickr
for old walrus and good friend nodnar
fantastic bro!!thanks a lot