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To boldly go where no man (or woman) with a camera and an internet connection has gone before.
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Thanks Art. I did make it there over the summer, just been lazy in posting the pictures. I had a gator turn around right as I was taking a photo of it but thankfully it didn't feel like putting much effort into chasing me off.

Somehow I missed your response! Matagorda was great, we didn't stay too long since it was crowded on Labor Day weekend. Going to have to go back sometime for sure. I miss the mountains of AZ big time but it is great to be able to explore a different area of the country.

They look so soft and huggable.

been there good that!

You have a very nice office, spacemann.

You should go now, Tad. It's much cooler up there than in town. It's amazing how cool 90 can feel. All you geotagged photos on your first page are selected for Google Earth. It can take up to a month for them to show up there after they've been selected. I don't do anything special to get mine there.

Das ist einfach schön! YSL.

Schöne Grüße, Gerda

Very beautiful photo! Like & fav.

Greetings, Dmitry

Hello Art. The name of this fissure field evidently comes from a bedrock outcrop that was once on a plot of industrial land located to the southeast of this location near the intersection of Guadalupe and Delaware. This near surface bedrock condition is likely the geologic discontinuity that has been causing the differential subsidence which precipitates the earth fissure formation.

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