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2012-09-18 15:42:24 (55 comments, 1 reshares, 51 +1s)Open 

#PanoPoker: Roads

Curated by +Barry Blanchard +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates and +Tony Payne 

Most reshares: 4

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2013-10-03 05:09:45 (7 comments, 4 reshares, 78 +1s)Open 

Most plusones: 78

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2015-07-10 23:24:30 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Just over 20 years ago, I stood up in front of Dallas' most privileged citizens and told them the truth. I thought the text of my speech was long gone, but I recently was able to find an archive of a webpage I put up way back then that had the text. Reading it again, I can barely recognize the person that wrote it. I certainly don't know the person that had the courage to stand up there and say those things so bluntly.

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Thank you, Mr. Holtberg. Dr. Shi, faculty, parents, fellow students and honored guests.

I came to St. Mark's believing it would be a cakewalk.

Now, as I finish my walk, I find it was no piece of cake.

In fact, it wasn't even a walk. Rather for me, the St. Mark's experience was an uphill battle, an intense struggle to be extra-ordinary in a group of extraordinary individuals.

Whether he... more »

Just over 20 years ago, I stood up in front of Dallas' most privileged citizens and told them the truth. I thought the text of my speech was long gone, but I recently was able to find an archive of a webpage I put up way back then that had the text. Reading it again, I can barely recognize the person that wrote it. I certainly don't know the person that had the courage to stand up there and say those things so bluntly.

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Thank you, Mr. Holtberg. Dr. Shi, faculty, parents, fellow students and honored guests.

I came to St. Mark's believing it would be a cakewalk.

Now, as I finish my walk, I find it was no piece of cake.

In fact, it wasn't even a walk. Rather for me, the St. Mark's experience was an uphill battle, an intense struggle to be extra-ordinary in a group of extraordinary individuals.

Whether he appreciates it or not, everyone on this stage tonight is fortunate that St. Mark's is not as easy as I thought it would be. Without the struggle, we would never have developed the qualities which define a Marksman -- strength of character, academic excellence, courage and honor.

For me, the hardest struggle was gaining acceptance among my peers. It has taken me six years to feel like a part of the school and of the class of 1995. But now that I have earned my place in the class, I am better off for having struggled, and I can look back on my growth with pride.

When I arrived in the seventh grade, I almost immediately acquired the ignominious nickname, "Voo," which was bestowed upon me by my peers because of a speech problem. As a twelve year old boy, I had never experienced such rejection. At my previous school, I had always fit in and the attitudes at St. Mark's shocked me. I couldn't understand why I was treated so poorly. All I wanted was to be accepted for who I was. But to them, I wasn't Tony Payne. I was merely "Voo."

I knew that if my classmates would only give me the chance, they could see in me some of the qualities I respected in them. And so, for the rest of my St. Mark's career, which now draws to a close, I did what I could to show them the real me. I worked hard in the classroom. I gave my all on the athletic fields. I did what I could as ReMarker editor. Although these tangible achievements were a major part of who I was, it was only through lunchtime conversations, study groups, class activities, and the other personal aspects of school life, that my classmates were introduced to the real Tony Payne.

However, the Tony Payne they know today is nothing like the "Voo" they mocked in seventh grade. Through my struggle here, I have gained self-confidence, maturity, and the ability to remain true to myself when others may misunderstand me. I have grown a lifetime in these six years. So have my former tormentors.

All of us have endured our individual trials and tribulations here and we all have learned many valuable lessons from these struggles.

One such lesson taught us how to think. I recall Dr. Keyton's unique teaching methods. He challenged our modes of thinking and made us question everything we took for granted. No longer could we rest on our previous mathematical knowledge, but were forced to think further. He showed us how sometimes one plus one did not equal two. He showed us parallel lines that intersected. And it wasn't until last year that he dared show us how to count, and then only to ten. And though at times there was nothing more frustrating than answering his persistent question of "Why?," we eventually came to realize that Dr. Keyton had taught us much more than just math. He had taught us how to think.

For many of us, our most painful class was seventh grade English. Mr. Connolly's papyrus stick quickly instilled fear in the hearts of the young Marksmen he taught. Whether memorizing hundreds of lines of poetry or expanding our bladders because he wouldn't let us go to the bathroom, his class was always a difficult struggle for us. But when we left his classroom for the last time, we were well on our way to manhood. We had learned the meaning and importance of respect and obedience, of courage and honor.

Marksmen are blessed with a faculty that cares not only for their academic growth, but also for their personal and spiritual growth. For me, Ms. Squilla, Dr. Keyton and Mr. Bennett have become almost family and I know that other teachers have become the same for other students. Teachers like these are some of the many treasures the St. Mark's experience holds. They don't just teach, they inspire. But it goes even beyond that. They instill in their students a true love of learning. That is the greatest gift any teacher can give a student.

The inspiration given me by my teachers has its only parallel in the motivation given me by my classmates. They say you run faster when in a close race. Well, high school has been a closely packed, four year long, sixty seven man race and we have all been moving as fast as we can. Whether the goal was to earn a starting position on a sports team or to earn an "A" in A.P. Chemistry, we have all pushed and encouraged one another to be the best. I know that I would not be giving this speech tonight if it had not been for the desire of others to give it.

In front of you, you see the class of 1995, in my opinion, one of the finest groups of young men you will find anywhere. You also see sixty-seven Marksmen who have endured countless struggles to be here today. By my rude calculations, they represent, collectively, twenty-five hundred hours of sitting in chapel, forty-thousand hours of athletic practice, and 1.6 million hours of homework. Indeed, it has not been a cakewalk for any of us. Inspired and encouraged by our teachers, classmates, and families, we have survived the St. Mark's struggle and have become courageous and honorable men.

The final leg of our first great journey is over and we prepare to embark upon another, even greater journey. All our dreams, our hopes, our aspirations hang in the balance. But we are Marksmen and we are ready for whatever challenges await us in the unforgiving world. We can only hope that in our future struggles, we will find friends and teachers half the caliber of those we are so lucky to know here.

On behalf of the class of 1995, I say good-bye and thank you to everyone who has helped us in our race, who has supported us in our endeavors, and who has believed in us throughout. To our friends, our teachers, our siblings and our parents, I would like to offer a sincere debt of gratitude. To St. Mark's, our alma mater, Voo would like to say thank you for the opportunity to grow and for the struggle that defined us. You will never leave our hearts or our thoughts.

Atq- in perpetuum, frater. Av- atque vale. And forever, brother, hail and farewell.___

2015-03-07 04:52:23 (18 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

In 18 years, I'll be a sophomore, a junior and a senior at the same time. How?

In 18 years, I'll be a sophomore, a junior and a senior at the same time. How?___

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2015-01-25 02:35:21 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

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2015-01-25 01:51:10 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

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2015-01-07 05:35:27 (10 comments, 0 reshares, 32 +1s)Open 

I know many of you use +Bay Photo Lab for your prints, but I need a suggestion for an alternative source for a 24x30 metal print. This was supposed to be a Christmas gift for my parents, but they just dropped my order on the floor without any notice and now they want me to go back through the clunky, unwieldy ROES software again to place my order. Life is too short to waste with bad software and uncaring customer service.

I do love my metal prints I have from them, so a comparable level of quality is what I'm looking for.

Thanks!

I know many of you use +Bay Photo Lab for your prints, but I need a suggestion for an alternative source for a 24x30 metal print. This was supposed to be a Christmas gift for my parents, but they just dropped my order on the floor without any notice and now they want me to go back through the clunky, unwieldy ROES software again to place my order. Life is too short to waste with bad software and uncaring customer service.

I do love my metal prints I have from them, so a comparable level of quality is what I'm looking for.

Thanks!___

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2014-09-22 19:41:16 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Today, I learned that the Summer of '69 kicked off within drunken stumbling distance from my house: Jimi Hendrix - Newport Pop Festival 1969 - Full video pt1

This 3 day festival featured Jimi Hendrix, CCR, Steppenwolf, Joe Cocker, Ike & Tina Turner, violent clashes with police and hippies fornicating in my neighbors' yards: http://www.laobserved.com/visiting/2009/06/newport_69_a_retrospect.php

Today, I learned that the Summer of '69 kicked off within drunken stumbling distance from my house: Jimi Hendrix - Newport Pop Festival 1969 - Full video pt1

This 3 day festival featured Jimi Hendrix, CCR, Steppenwolf, Joe Cocker, Ike & Tina Turner, violent clashes with police and hippies fornicating in my neighbors' yards: http://www.laobserved.com/visiting/2009/06/newport_69_a_retrospect.php___

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2014-02-15 17:26:34 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Happy #caturday  

Happy #caturday  ___

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2014-01-19 17:46:09 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

Garage decluttering project is done. Next up, garage organization?

Garage decluttering project is done. Next up, garage organization?___

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2014-01-13 01:41:22 (10 comments, 1 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

You can put the tire swing back up, but you can't turn a man back into a boy, so enjoy life now.

You can put the tire swing back up, but you can't turn a man back into a boy, so enjoy life now.___

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2013-12-19 23:40:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Let's Play

Let's Play___

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2013-12-15 16:27:34 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

I've been having trouble sleeping lately.

In unrelated news, the wind chime outside our bedroom door works quite well.

I've been having trouble sleeping lately.

In unrelated news, the wind chime outside our bedroom door works quite well.___

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2013-12-03 02:59:59 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

This was my weekend. The faucet decided to let go Wednesday night and flood the house with hot water. The previous owner of the house was an A/C guy, so nothing was done properly. I got to know my Home Depot associates quite well.

This was my weekend. The faucet decided to let go Wednesday night and flood the house with hot water. The previous owner of the house was an A/C guy, so nothing was done properly. I got to know my Home Depot associates quite well.___

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2013-11-17 02:34:42 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

After Life

After Life___

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2013-11-02 21:09:49 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

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2013-10-09 02:26:49 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

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2013-10-03 05:09:45 (7 comments, 4 reshares, 78 +1s)Open 

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2013-09-29 18:08:24 (7 comments, 3 reshares, 65 +1s)Open 

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2013-09-04 04:39:15 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Dear #lazyplus,

My Samsung Galaxy S4 suddenly refuses to charge. When I plug it into the wall outlet, it heats up until it's painful to touch. When I plug it into my laptop, I get a message that a USB device is drawing too much power.

Any idea what's wrong with it? Is this something I can fix myself, or do I need to take a trip to the Sprint store?

Dear #lazyplus,

My Samsung Galaxy S4 suddenly refuses to charge. When I plug it into the wall outlet, it heats up until it's painful to touch. When I plug it into my laptop, I get a message that a USB device is drawing too much power.

Any idea what's wrong with it? Is this something I can fix myself, or do I need to take a trip to the Sprint store?___

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2013-08-20 01:51:48 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

#TRUTH  

#TRUTH  ___

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2013-08-19 00:33:12 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

Back to School

She's growing up way too fast.

Back to School

She's growing up way too fast.___

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2013-07-18 07:22:39 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

Another great performance by Alabama Shakes tonight, but man, was the crazy out in full force!

Another great performance by Alabama Shakes tonight, but man, was the crazy out in full force!___

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2013-06-22 23:25:02 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 28 +1s)Open 

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2013-06-15 16:35:30 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 52 +1s)Open 

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2013-06-08 03:38:24 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 41 +1s)Open 

The Graduate

The Graduate___

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2013-05-30 15:38:02 (5 comments, 0 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

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2013-05-06 00:31:52 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 43 +1s)Open 

Check out this shot from my friend +John H. Moore! Quite an amazing photograph. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity, really. We don't normally get wildfires in May, so it's an incredibly rare to get this alignment and the brilliant sunset of fire season.

Just another California sunset....  ;-)___Check out this shot from my friend +John H. Moore! Quite an amazing photograph. It's a once in a lifetime opportunity, really. We don't normally get wildfires in May, so it's an incredibly rare to get this alignment and the brilliant sunset of fire season.

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2013-04-05 01:06:07 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

I don't often ask my circles for help, but this one is important to me, because this is my nephew.

Scott here is a really bright kid. He's a straight-A student, an all-around athlete (basketball, soccer, football and baseball) and a talented artist. However, because his mother is a teacher, and we refuse to pay our teachers what they're worth, he doesn't have access to all the resources he needs to realize his full potential. 

Duke's TIP program is a really cool program to invigorate those students who show early interest in academics and give them the confidence and tools to take their education to another level. I did it when I was his age and it was a great experience.

What you have here is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a great kid. If 1 out of 10 of you could spare $5, we can make this happen for Scott. Please consider making a... more »

I don't often ask my circles for help, but this one is important to me, because this is my nephew.

Scott here is a really bright kid. He's a straight-A student, an all-around athlete (basketball, soccer, football and baseball) and a talented artist. However, because his mother is a teacher, and we refuse to pay our teachers what they're worth, he doesn't have access to all the resources he needs to realize his full potential. 

Duke's TIP program is a really cool program to invigorate those students who show early interest in academics and give them the confidence and tools to take their education to another level. I did it when I was his age and it was a great experience.

What you have here is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a great kid. If 1 out of 10 of you could spare $5, we can make this happen for Scott. Please consider making a small donation. Scott'll even write you a thank you note and send you one of his drawings.

Tony___

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2013-02-19 03:19:11 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 44 +1s)Open 

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2013-02-05 00:26:58 (18 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

I need to vent. If you, like me, demand a modicum of service from companies, feel free to share this and tell +MINI to stop abusing their customers.

+MINI, why do you hate your customers?

Not only will I never buy another +MINI, I'm going to sell the one I have for a huge loss just so I never have to deal with that company ever again.

Oh, and that +BMW I've always dreamed of? Forget it.

A small sampling of some of my complaints:
- $500 to replace a battery
- Absolutely will not honor their warranty
- Dealer overtightened the oil filter and broke the o-ring. Now, same dealer wants $700 to fix the problem they caused
- Entire car is designed to fall apart at 50,000 miles. Seriously, only 50,000 mile warranty on drive train components? What is this, GM circa 1975?

I need to vent. If you, like me, demand a modicum of service from companies, feel free to share this and tell +MINI to stop abusing their customers.

+MINI, why do you hate your customers?

Not only will I never buy another +MINI, I'm going to sell the one I have for a huge loss just so I never have to deal with that company ever again.

Oh, and that +BMW I've always dreamed of? Forget it.

A small sampling of some of my complaints:
- $500 to replace a battery
- Absolutely will not honor their warranty
- Dealer overtightened the oil filter and broke the o-ring. Now, same dealer wants $700 to fix the problem they caused
- Entire car is designed to fall apart at 50,000 miles. Seriously, only 50,000 mile warranty on drive train components? What is this, GM circa 1975?___

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2013-01-06 04:11:20 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

Well, the night is still young. The table is now turning the collector's edition Glenn Miller box set.

My step-daughter, +Alexis Lopez, agreed to pose for a quick shot.

Well, the night is still young. The table is now turning the collector's edition Glenn Miller box set.

My step-daughter, +Alexis Lopez, agreed to pose for a quick shot.___

2013-01-06 02:19:21 (11 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

My self-prescribed pneumonia treatment tonight will be a cup of tea and DMB's Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King on the turntable.

My self-prescribed pneumonia treatment tonight will be a cup of tea and DMB's Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King on the turntable.___

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2012-12-29 20:34:33 (18 comments, 1 reshares, 34 +1s)Open 

Just playing around with a new toy :-)

Just playing around with a new toy :-)___

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2012-12-29 16:59:42 (10 comments, 2 reshares, 49 +1s)Open 

Because everyone else is doing it, and because I need a little inspiration to break out of my current photographic slump, here are my 12 best/favorite images from 2012

Because everyone else is doing it, and because I need a little inspiration to break out of my current photographic slump, here are my 12 best/favorite images from 2012___

2012-12-09 05:11:55 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

At the Yahoo! Christmas party, checking out how the other half lives.

At the Yahoo! Christmas party, checking out how the other half lives.___

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2012-11-12 01:59:05 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

Yes, I need to go out and shoot, again. It's been more than 10 weeks since I last went on an outing. Here's one more from #lindavista  

Yes, I need to go out and shoot, again. It's been more than 10 weeks since I last went on an outing. Here's one more from #lindavista  ___

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2012-11-12 01:50:14 (9 comments, 1 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

#lindavista  

#lindavista  ___

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2012-11-01 04:57:21 (13 comments, 0 reshares, 42 +1s)Open 

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!___

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2012-10-25 18:20:34 (20 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

There's been plenty of talk lately about how we get more women in engineering.

How about, as a first step, stop driving them away?

I just got this awful email from my alma mater:

There's been plenty of talk lately about how we get more women in engineering.

How about, as a first step, stop driving them away?

I just got this awful email from my alma mater:___

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2012-09-30 22:02:46 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

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2012-09-27 15:53:46 (16 comments, 3 reshares, 29 +1s)Open 

Color management support is now available in Chrome Stable!

Since Google+ launched, I've spent a lot of time hanging out with the photography community here. I implemented this feature in Chrome because you asked for it. So, keep those requests coming.

Any photographers out there? 

The Chrome Stable release that rolled out this week also includes support for ICC v2 profiles. This is a fancy way of saying that photographers (and other digital artists) who work with wide-gamut color spaces won’t have to worry about converting their images to a different color space in order to enjoy their original richness online. The below side-by-side example illustrates the difference that this could make in photographs. 

To learn more about ICC profiles, check out this article: http://goo.gl/NW5sq___Color management support is now available in Chrome Stable!

Since Google+ launched, I've spent a lot of time hanging out with the photography community here. I implemented this feature in Chrome because you asked for it. So, keep those requests coming.

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2012-09-21 20:38:01 (8 comments, 0 reshares, 41 +1s)Open 

#spottheshuttle  

#spottheshuttle  ___

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2012-09-19 03:26:48 (10 comments, 1 reshares, 52 +1s)Open 

Green St

For #PanoPoker: Roads +Barry Blanchard +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates +Tony Payne 

Green St

For #PanoPoker: Roads +Barry Blanchard +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates +Tony Payne ___

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2012-09-19 02:36:17 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

+Barry Blanchard did you say Poppy?

+Barry Blanchard did you say Poppy?___

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2012-09-18 15:42:24 (55 comments, 1 reshares, 51 +1s)Open 

#PanoPoker: Roads

Curated by +Barry Blanchard +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates and +Tony Payne 

#PanoPoker: Roads

Curated by +Barry Blanchard +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates and +Tony Payne ___

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2012-09-15 05:13:45 (27 comments, 0 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

Because it's been a while since I posted two photos in a fifteen minute span. Even longer since I posted two photos in a row from last year.

Here's one of my favorite roads because it leads directly from my front door to the awesomeness that is the 395 corridor. I plan to head down this road in a couple weeks, see some amazing scenery and maybe hunt down some friends to say hello.

Can you beileve I used to think the desert was a place to be avoided? Stupid, huh?

#PanoPoker: Roads

Curated by +Barry Blanchard +Monique Yates +Mike Spinak and +Tony Payne 

Because it's been a while since I posted two photos in a fifteen minute span. Even longer since I posted two photos in a row from last year.

Here's one of my favorite roads because it leads directly from my front door to the awesomeness that is the 395 corridor. I plan to head down this road in a couple weeks, see some amazing scenery and maybe hunt down some friends to say hello.

Can you beileve I used to think the desert was a place to be avoided? Stupid, huh?

#PanoPoker: Roads

Curated by +Barry Blanchard +Monique Yates +Mike Spinak and +Tony Payne ___

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2012-09-15 05:00:22 (18 comments, 0 reshares, 36 +1s)Open 

#PanoPoker  is back on this Friday evening on the cusp of autumn. A good game is always a great way to get the gang reunited.

This time 'round, we're playing with Roads

Curated by +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates +Barry Blanchard and +Tony Payne 

Anyone recognize this road? It's one of those lesser-traveled ones. This was one of those trips where it was all about the journey, not the destination. Sorta like life, I guess.

#PanoPoker  is back on this Friday evening on the cusp of autumn. A good game is always a great way to get the gang reunited.

This time 'round, we're playing with Roads

Curated by +Mike Spinak +Monique Yates +Barry Blanchard and +Tony Payne 

Anyone recognize this road? It's one of those lesser-traveled ones. This was one of those trips where it was all about the journey, not the destination. Sorta like life, I guess.___

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2012-09-14 15:48:22 (5 comments, 2 reshares, 31 +1s)Open 

#FridayGetaway  +Gary Crabbe 

#FridayGetaway  +Gary Crabbe ___

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2012-09-12 16:21:50 (31 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Wondering what to get me for my birthday next month?

Look no further: http://www.amazon.com/Sony-SLTA99V-SLT-A99V-Full-Frame-Digital/dp/B0096W1P6G/ref=reg_hu-rd_add_1_dp

Wondering what to get me for my birthday next month?

Look no further: http://www.amazon.com/Sony-SLTA99V-SLT-A99V-Full-Frame-Digital/dp/B0096W1P6G/ref=reg_hu-rd_add_1_dp___

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2012-09-07 16:42:34 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

It's been way too long since I've shared a photo for +Gary Crabbe's #FridayGetaway. I've been too busy getting away this summer.

This week, I'm going a bit abstract.

It's been way too long since I've shared a photo for +Gary Crabbe's #FridayGetaway. I've been too busy getting away this summer.

This week, I'm going a bit abstract.___

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2012-09-07 16:26:07 (15 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Happy Birthday, +Mike Spinak!

Guard that ice cream well.

Happy Birthday, +Mike Spinak!

Guard that ice cream well.___

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