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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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A photo taken on the trip I took last August. This trip produced some of the more spectacular photos I’ve taken (not that that’s saying a whole lot, really), but I’ve not much mentioned it on the blog. Anyone care to hazard a guess where this was taken? Kudos to whoever gets close…

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A panoramic photo taken last October as a small rain cloud dumped its load to the north-east of Thatcher, almost on Tremonton.

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The moon just behind the Wasatch range a few nights back, lighting up the clouds.

 

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Some days ago—never mind how long precisely—having little or no money in my purse, and nothing particular to interest me at home, I thought I would drive about a little and see the snowy part of southern Idaho. It is much like the northern part of Utah… not terribly surprising considering that the states share a border. A drive of a few miles took me to that border. I continued north to Malad and, having never taken the road before, turned right and headed to Preston through Caribou National Forest.

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