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Hello fellow earth-browsers! If you see a photo of mine that you like, and would like to get print, please contact me via panoramio message - my prices are very reasonable for a one-use copy right (with high-res watermark-free source file provided). Favorite hobbies include music (I play piano and trumpet) and, of course, photography. I've put some of my music up at: www.youtube.com/user/stargazerherman www.soundcloud/peter-herman www.soundcloud/the-hermanator www.myspace.com/peterkherman I also love motorcycling, which I combine with my photography hobby by riding my Yamaha FJR1300 through the countryside in search of "good light" and the "next photo". In my day job, I work as a Research Engineer. Oh- almost forgot - I'm a bit of a disc golf fanatic.

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Image** Remarquable.. + Bravo.. , on Aime.. Beaucoup..

Wonderful photo!!

Thank you, Bernard. It was tough to decide where to go that morning but I think I picked a good spot.

Thank you, Peter. As you may know, you have to set up to capture anything in that direction and then hope you don't have to crop too much to focus on the interesting stuff.

I know what you mean, Peter. I try to restrict my worrying to the real dangers, like the mountain lion looking for a meal as I trudge back to the truck after getting some sunset shots. They're quiet and they attack from behind. You don't know you're in trouble until your neck is broken. I've considered wearing a mask on the back of my head so the mountain lions will think I'm always facing them.

Thank you, Peter. We had a very active monsoon season with lots of storms. On this day I happened to be in the right place at the right time on several occasions. When I took this, there was the storm with lightning and rainbows to the east and an amazing sunset unfolding in the west. I was running back and forth across the road (with several other people) trying to keep up with both.

Thanks, Peter. It was a gorgeous day. I felt like I needed to stop every 0.1 mile to get a picture, but there were places I wanted to see before sunset.

Good idea, Peter. Or maybe a VR headset. The only drawback is I wouldn't be able to duplicate the (total lack of) sound. The quiet is one of the things I enjoy most about being out in the desert.

Beyond beautiful! The color is spectacular with the blue sky!

Just gorgeous! I love everything about this picture and the sky is the frosting on the cake!

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