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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q82/ChicagoNix/goofingoff_zps500ca8de.jpg

Apr 20 13 01:19 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

Posts: 39088

Portland, Oregon, US

OHHhhhh, that's NOT a lake and those train tracks are not supposed to stop like that??

yikes

Apr 20 13 01:37 pm Link

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The Original Sin

Posts: 13896

Louisville, Kentucky, US

Very cool shot!

Apr 20 13 03:13 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

DougBPhoto wrote:
OHHhhhh, that's NOT a lake and those train tracks are not supposed to stop like that??

yikes

The Mississippi is a mischievous bastard.

Apr 20 13 03:26 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

The Original Sin  wrote:
Very cool shot!

I'm quite fond of it.  One of the few shots of myself that I like.

Apr 20 13 03:27 pm Link

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Frozen Moments Photo

Posts: 1590

Monroe, Michigan, US

Although a cliche, this looks like one time that caution tape would be called for smile

Apr 20 13 04:07 pm Link

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Michael Broughton

Posts: 2260

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

new splash mountain for people who are afraid of heights?

Apr 20 13 04:13 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

Frozen Moments Photo wrote:
Although a cliche, this looks like one time that caution tape would be called for smile

Haha, indeed.  Wouldn't have stopped me though.  tongue

Apr 20 13 04:20 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

Posts: 39088

Portland, Oregon, US

do you have any photos of the same place without the flooding?

Apr 20 13 05:14 pm Link

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Marc Damon

Posts: 6562

Biloxi, Mississippi, US

Frozen Moments Photo wrote:
Although a cliche, this looks like one time that caution tape would be called for smile

Yes. Caution tape works, but crime scene tape and an AK-47 would be better. wink

Apr 20 13 05:26 pm Link

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JSandersPhotography

Posts: 1388

Topeka, Kansas, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

I'm quite fond of it.  One of the few shots of myself that I like.

1: I was wondering if that was you or not.

2: You're extremely pretty, so knock it off. big_smile

Apr 20 13 06:55 pm Link

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Kincaid Blackwood

Posts: 23481

Los Angeles, California, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:
The Mississippi is a mischievous bastard.

Ol' Man River just keeps rollin' along

Apr 20 13 07:36 pm Link

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Jerry Nemeth

Posts: 29225

Dearborn, Michigan, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

I'm quite fond of it.  One of the few shots of myself that I like.

It would be a great nude.  smile

Apr 21 13 12:45 am Link

Photographer

L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

This is downtown normally.

http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q82/ChicagoNix/normalaerial_zpsb0dd63a8.jpg

(the images are flipped, so I marked where the baseball field would be in that photo.  The red dot is where I'm standing in the photo I posted yesterday.)

http://i134.photobucket.com/albums/q82/ChicagoNix/locationaerial_zpsc42984ee.jpg

The flooding is worse than yesterday.  Notice the baseball field, and the tree line.  And the hardly existent band shell.  Red marks the spot again.

The flooding doesn't seem all that bad there, I realize, but look to the left hand corner of that photo.  That's all completely under water.  Casino is closed, traffic is blocked off everywhere, and it takes a whole lot of time and money to fix up downtown which is where most of the cities profit comes from.

Apr 21 13 08:58 am Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

Michael Broughton wrote:
new splash mountain for people who are afraid of heights?

Except they dredge this Splash Mountain every few months for dead people.  It's a little less Disney, that's for sure.

Apr 21 13 09:38 am Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

JSandersPhotography wrote:

1: I was wondering if that was you or not.

2: You're extremely pretty, so knock it off. big_smile

I like my face in person much more than I do in pictures.  But I'm slowly getting used to it.  LOL

Apr 21 13 09:38 am Link

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-JAY-

Posts: 6729

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

I like my face in person much more than I do in pictures.  But I'm slowly getting used to it.  LOL

Flip every picture horizontal and you'll like them more.

Apr 21 13 12:37 pm Link

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Michael Broughton

Posts: 2260

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Laura Ann - Fashion wrote:

Except they dredge this Splash Mountain every few months for dead people.  It's a little less Disney, that's for sure.

it also has fewer girls flashing their boobs at the camera, apparently... *hint, hint*

Apr 21 13 04:09 pm Link

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L A F

Posts: 8520

Davenport, Iowa, US

Michael Broughton wrote:

it also has fewer girls flashing their boobs at the camera, apparently... *hint, hint*

Indeed, that is true.

I'll have to cast some nude models, because my sweater puppies are staying in their sweater.  tongue

Apr 21 13 07:13 pm Link

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Eye of Sicari

Posts: 37085

Toledo, Ohio, US

RAWR!

Apr 24 13 01:49 pm Link