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Goosenecks State Park in south-eastern Utah is a wholly remarkable place. The photos below (scaled *way* down from the full-rez versions) really don’t do the place justice. The San Juan river meanders through the area and has cut a canyon a thousand feet deep, resulting in some truly bizarre and impressive features. Sadly, there were no boats visible in the river at the time to give the place scale.

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Shiprock, New Mexico, seen through a bit of haze:

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A panoramic view of the Very Large Array 50 miles west of Socorro, New Mexico:

 

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Seen near sundown this evening in Thatcher, Utah:

 

 

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A photo taken in August from a ship in the “Inside Passage,” Alaska, same trip that produced this photo. Evening, looking east into an inlet, with a cruise ship emerging.

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A photo taken in August, same trip that produced this photo. Anyone guess where?

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A photo taken in August, same trip that produced this photo. Anyone guess where?

 

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For a long time I had a mediocre flip-phone. Last autumn it crapped out on me, and got replaced with a truly cheap flip phone ($14, WalMart). My phone contract provides for a new phone every two years, and that time came at the beginning of March. So, I finally got a smart phone-type-phone thingie, a Nokia something-or-other. As it turns out, it actually takes reasonably fair photos, though not nearly as good as you get from a *real* camera. Behold:

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A photo taken in August, same trip that produced this photo. Anyone guess where?

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A vertical panorama of the Atlas ICBM on display at the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Ashland, Nebraska. Photographed on a pass through last year.

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