Larry Workman QIN
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I grew up in Indiana with an interest in art and the outdoors. I received my first 35mm camera from my parents when I graduation from Purdue University. I lived for three years in Ethiopia while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer on a reforestation project After a brief time with Indiana Fish and Wildlife, I went to work for the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) on the Olympic Peninsula. I helped lay down the roots for a forestry program and produced publications related to natural resources. I currently managed the QIN Centralized Communications Program. I enjoy photography, hiking, and the natural sciences.

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Spectacular night view!!! Well done - Kind regards - Christos.

Tsuru, thank you!

Greetings, Imre

Excellent shot! LIKE ! Best regards , Honza

Wunderbar, wie du die zauberhafte Stimmung eingefangen hast. Ein erstklassiges Foto!
Liebe Grüße

Preciosa fotografia, like, saludos cordiales, Manolo

Nur das Alpenglühn hört nimmer auf zu glühn - sang Georg Kreisler... !!L&F!! Bei so einem Blick aus dem Fenster, wann zieht man denn da die Vorhänge zu? Liebe Grüsse, Hans

Thanks, Larry! What about the title? :)

A zöldnek is van "ötven árnyalata".Üdv.:Julianna

And all our Moms and maybe us used Pyrex bowls. We all have used fiberglass in one form or another. Then came optic fiber lamps. The 3 primary borates mined at the Billie were Ulexite, Colemanite and Probertite. Not being a chemist or a geologist there may have been other Borate minerals mined but the three I have mentioned were the ones we miners wanted to mine. The "cotton ball" formations of Ulexite were highly prized. Everything was kept wet as to avoid making dust because the particles that the dust was made of were like shards of fiberglass that did serious damage to lungs.

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