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My name is Mike, I am happily married to Amy and we have two boys. My wife and I take photos as a hobby. We have an excellent knowledge of the Oregon mountains and forestry and try to capture some of these beautiful sites on film. Our other hobbies include music, art, camping, hiking, lapidary arts, cuisine and geocache hunting. Sorry, we will be keeping the best secrets for us and a few locals.

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Hey Guys. I have not been on PanOramio for quite a while. I stopped posting image here because of the use of my images via Google through their API without compensation. This past year I had thought about coming back but as it stands now with PanOramio closing down its service I'm going to be removing my images..

Thanks for the Million+ views and 1000's of comments since 2005

You can view my images or follow me on -Sacred Earth Studios Web Gallery -Google+ -Facebook Sacred Earth Studios. -Twitter @ScrdErthStudio

Otra mariposa preciosa y muy bién fotografiada.

L & F

Saludos, José Mª

old forest, noble trees! Image passes all of it!

Beautiful shot! Like 3

Greetings from Szeged (Hungary),

László

_alu1510_ - Wow! My apologizes for not responding sooner to your comment. Sometimes the brain is a little slow.....Thanks much for your comment on my butterfly photo. You have some nice ones in your gallery!

Thanks, Dana. I appreciate your responding. I'll let you know if I find it.

Has the Nature Conservancy trenched the old runway on Lower Table Rock? (It's the straight path running north and south down the center.)

Geez, isn't that just breathtaking!? I could look at pictures of Oregon (specifically Southern Oregon) for hours on end. I was born and raised there and it seems to ease the homesick pangs temporarilly.

Thanks for your comment. The St. Helens area is a wonderful place to visit (now). It is such a contrast from the rest of western Washington. Best regards, Larry

Hi HazMat,

Thank you again for the info.

Added info on UFO "through a small powered magnification the green strands appear to be condensed plant like material. On the polished surface at top you can look down into this piece and it will appear to look like veins or tunnels in an almost honeycomb fashion. Only one of the three curators who have got to actually hand hold this piece slightly suggested it a limb cast of extinct species and then dismissed the idea for some reason."

I will do my best to invest in some mineral and gem test equipment or find resources locally and see if I can find anything more about it. Would you be interested in some gamma ray test results? Is there an accurate test I might be able to do to help solve the mystery in this piece?

Thank you again, Respectfully, Mike....

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