Post Your Photos Created 12 years ago2007-08-06 23:50:34 UTC by Archie Archie

Created 12 years ago2007-08-06 23:50:34 UTC by Archie Archie

Posted 1 year ago2017-10-17 16:37:43 UTC Post #337781
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Posted 1 year ago2017-10-17 16:43:11 UTC Post #337782
So any plans to visit Canada, Archibald? Permanently?
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Posted 1 year ago2017-10-18 23:10:22 UTC Post #337790
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Mammatus clouds following the massive storm that dropped a tree on my house back in May.
Posted 1 year ago2017-11-20 14:22:40 UTC Post #338117
Desktop thread was closed permanently, so I have to post here.
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satchmo satchmoWhat you can do today should have been done yesterday.
Posted 1 year ago2017-11-20 14:27:24 UTC Post #338118
LMFTFY
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Posted 1 year ago2018-01-01 17:31:34 UTC Post #338544
Fireworks. So much research and money go into them, only to burn in two seconds to create pretty colours in the air above us. Yet it remains a forever long tradition every time a new year rolls around.
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Happy 2018!
Posted 1 year ago2018-01-12 21:10:54 UTC Post #338629
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IMO this one has a nice skybox

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Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-02-26 15:29:49 UTC Post #338872
Omg. After 6, long years, it finally snowed in my village.
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(I should consider taking a better picture)

:D
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-02-26 17:41:48 UTC Post #338873
Pro tip: Take the photo after it snowed.
Posted 1 year ago2018-02-26 22:34:44 UTC Post #338876
How come you don't see the tiny amount of snow there?
sigh
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These few pnotos are 5 hours old, meaning now there's even more snow. ^^
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-27 20:36:08 UTC Post #339449
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Looks pretty. :3

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Looks destroyed. >:3
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-27 23:09:44 UTC Post #339450
Oh look! You photographed something that wasn't just outside your back door!
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-28 06:14:13 UTC Post #339451
Well, you could've seen it in the photos from my earlier post. :P

Also, I don't have a back door. Those photos are outside my front door, more precisely to the left side of it.
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-29 11:21:38 UTC Post #339452
There's nothing wrong with taking pictures near where you live.

I take a lot of pictures right inside my house. If you look carefully, you'd be surprised at what you find right in front of you.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YUEdz4JMz1yoiDhlH2YCksnwLCBejGTv/view?usp=sharing
satchmo satchmoWhat you can do today should have been done yesterday.
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-29 17:49:42 UTC Post #339453
Not at all. It's just that he almost always takes the exact same photo with different weather. :P

It's great that he likes the view, so many people don't even notice the view outside their own window!
Posted 1 year ago2018-04-29 20:05:48 UTC Post #339454
To be fair, it's a really picturesque backyard.
The rest of the area looks equally good.
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Posted 1 year ago2018-04-30 05:38:21 UTC Post #339458
I recall it was your idea, DiscoStu. :P
I've tried taking photos every week (meaning I wasn't always consistent, lol) and I think I'll finish the timelapse this year.
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 1 year ago2018-07-19 17:32:10 UTC Post #340196
Brzeźno beach in Gdańsk, you can see Sopot in the distance. I took this shot of the Baltic coast two weeks ago, piss drunk, a day before baptism of my niece (making me a double godfather!).
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Posted 1 year ago2018-07-20 20:17:43 UTC Post #340218
Did some orienteering with a few of the guys and gals from work a few weeks back. Took us up the Long Mynd and down again. Hot day by England's standards and was very grateful to find our managing director at the top with a barbecue. :P
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Taking the train back to Shrewsbury we were treated to a boat trip down the River Severn with drinks before a HUGE meal.
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All in all, very good day.
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 10 months ago2018-10-11 21:31:26 UTC Post #341024
My little star arrived today!
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Posted 10 months ago2018-10-13 10:12:26 UTC Post #341030
@Urby: In those first few photos the landscapes look surprisingly familiar to what I'm used to around here. I think I could get used to living there quite painlessly.

Shot I took this summer in Buen Retiro park (Madrid):
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Inspirational architecture.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
Posted 4 months ago2019-04-04 18:09:11 UTC Post #342403
BUMP uwu
I haven't posted in almost a year here.
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Remember this photo?
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Here's the view from the other side (there's a bridge there too, you just can't see it in this photo xd):
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Ever since my 2nd year of high school, I've been going outside more, and I've been walking more. So I thought I'd take photos of things along the way:
Someone walked into the shot, didn't see until I saw the man. Then I ran away. :vSomeone walked into the shot, didn't see until I saw the man. Then I ran away. :v
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Green river Bregava. :3

Also, a bonus one:
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R.I.P. resistor, as part of a demonstration of power ratings, for my classmates.
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 4 months ago2019-04-05 00:41:37 UTC Post #342404
Beautiful photos, Admer! :o
Posted 4 months ago2019-04-05 12:50:55 UTC Post #342411
Thank you. :)
If I hadn't gone out more, I wouldn't have even taken these photos.
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-21 19:22:40 UTC Post #342885
Remember that talk about guns we had a couple of years ago?

Today I tried a homemade "flamethrower".
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As calm as I usually am, I like being crazy too sometimes. :3
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 07:31:48 UTC Post #342886
thats a good way to stop mapping by losing your fingers
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 10:51:36 UTC Post #342887
sigh

Good thing Mum didn't find out, lol. I would've done it again, but... the neighbours found out and told me to not do it again. D:
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 13:10:09 UTC Post #342888
Your neighbours sound smart. :P
UrbaNebula UrbaNebulaGoldSourcerer
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 15:13:25 UTC Post #342889
But this is fun! I'm only 17, I wanna have fun before real life catches up. Besides, this thing is now off my bucket list, probably won't attempt it again.

Edit: Also, it was just one neighbour. I was basically showing this stuff off to my cousins and other kids in the village. I wanted them to see it once in their life. :D
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 17:57:16 UTC Post #342890
This is true. I am 15 years old, and I am using a knife for tricks and to cut food. Also after a couple of days, I will be 16. Dad told me, that he will bring me to a shooting range. I already know that the shooting in Counter-Strike won't get me ready for the shooting with a real Glock.
There is recoil, but in your hands. So, in conclusion, live your life. 🔫☺🔪
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Posted 4 weeks ago2019-07-22 22:55:31 UTC Post #342893
Been using a knife since I was 8. Did quite some things with it, accidentally cut myself quite a few times, but never badly.
Live your life, just don't live it fast. ;)
Admer456 Admer456Lean, mean, mapping machine :3
Posted 3 weeks ago2019-07-23 07:25:46 UTC Post #342898
I understand the proclivity to try/do crazy stuff at that age... or at any age really if you have the inclination to do it (or if your're Colin Furze).
At about 16-17 I tried a hydrogen making experiment in a beer bottle and lit it up thinking it will burn with a steady flame. It nearly blew my face off.

My advice is not to back up from these kind of things, but to think beforehand exactly how much risk you're exposing yourself and others to and taking all the necessary measures to minimize those risks. If your gut is telling you this might not end well, then listen to that instinct. And of course, don't do anything so stupid that it ends up hurting not only you, but others (random example: flying a RC plane without any training in an area with people - that's stupid and there are probably legal consequences if someone gets hurt). Today's safety culture is both a blessing and a curse that just dumbs down children's curiosity to understand and be fascinated by the world.
Striker StrikerI seriously doubt myself
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