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About dmill96

old fat (but now getting trim and fit) guy, who used to create software in Silicon Valley (almost before it was called that), who used to go backpacking and bicycling and cross-country skiing and now geodashes, drives AWD in Wyoming, takes pictures, and writes long blog posts and does xizquvjyk.

Not so recognizable

In the past few posts I showed photos of scenes that many people will recognize. But as I wander around in “nowhere” doing geodashing I often encounter interesting scenes that probably few people have seen so I’ll include some of … Continue reading

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Final recognizable scene, for a while

I’ll post one more scene that most people will know before moving on to other subjects. If you haven’t seen this in person do so, except not in the summer when the mobs are there. That’s El Capitan on the … Continue reading

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Another easily recognized scene

I live in a part of the world with few, even perhaps any, highly recognizable scenes but I do get to travel some and so take the usual tourist snapshot of objects, natural or man-made, that everyone knows. These are … Continue reading

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You’ll recognize this

Yesterday’s “classic” photo might have been a bit more obscure than I thought as only people who’d actually been there would recognize it. Well today’s photo should be easier. Yep, it’s the Great Wall. The surprising parts to me were: … Continue reading

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Now a few classic scenes for next few posts

This photo comes from my second visit where fires had seriously damaged this place compared to my first visit. In some ways this is a lousy way to show this feature, Multnomah Falls on the Oregon side of the Columbia … Continue reading

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Another of my favorite subjects

I know different people have very different feelings for what is attractive in a photo so we’re all allowed a little quirkiness. One of my quirks is a fondness for old dilapidated buildings like this one: Doing geodashing gets me … Continue reading

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One of my favorite photos

I’m not claiming any great skill at photography, though once in my early life I had dreams of being a photographer, but sometimes I think I, mostly stumble, onto good shots. To bad I didn’t have an HDR camera, with … Continue reading

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