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Old 04-24-2014, 09:56 PM   #46
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that was an exciting day, dog is still laughing at me

we were out in woods when I spotted an old sight that I remembered from my childhood

when I was bout 11 or 12 there was a huge wasp nest underground, dont know what they are called and today I just took a stick and shoved it down the entrance as thought no way that they are there still

but they were

damn flying pieces of /#"()#)¤/"29q4

I laughed and ran and doggie was like 100 meters, ahead of me just looking at me: you stupid man

had to take a snake pack/medicin that all of us keep at home to get rid of reactions from stings

damn me and my curious brains
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omg JJ!

that is rather amazing....who'd think it would still be inact/active all those years later!Glad u had tthe meds to counteract the "venom".

and would it be so out of character dog-wise for your fur bud to have sniffed around and awoken the wasp's "defense perimeter" ?!?


and BTW- that video you posted further back.... the horse ...Nibbling??? on the man's ear??!!!? i am right' right?


amazing he stayed so poker-faced!
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Old 04-26-2014, 03:14 AM   #49
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that was an exciting day, dog is still laughing at me

we were out in woods when I spotted an old sight that I remembered from my childhood

when I was bout 11 or 12 there was a huge wasp nest underground, dont know what they are called and today I just took a stick and shoved it down the entrance as thought no way that they are there still

but they were

damn flying pieces of /#"()#)¤/"29q4

I laughed and ran and doggie was like 100 meters, ahead of me just looking at me: you stupid man

had to take a snake pack/medicin that all of us keep at home to get rid of reactions from stings

damn me and my curious brains
I'm glad you are okay! When I was about 9 years old, we were at my grandmother's farm and were playing hide and seek. I hid in an old chicken coop and didn't know that I'd stuck my head in a wasp nest. A whole bunch of those f**kers fell on my shoulders and down my shirt. I ended up with 9 or 10 stings, but fortunately didn't have to go to the emergency room. I never want to do that again, and feel your pain!
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I know right. I use it for whenever I do night photography. EU is terrible.
Ooh to see the milkyway.
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Looks like sections of Spain and maybe Portigul have dark sky areas
never seen that site.... going to look.
altho I pretty much know what my USA light at night levels look ( seen B&W photos) like.


ETA i do have an older laptop.... moved the map around but it wouldn't go into light polution mode

I was trying to high-light NorthEast Arizona/SouthEast Utah/ NorthWest New Mexico/ SouthWest Colorado
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oooo Aussie Outback And stars & Milky Way

thanks jj!

one of my other fav starscapes arew the ones where you see stars but they're Deep Space Photos, and not only do you see a lot of stars- but you see looking a bit closer that batches of those "stars" are really other galaxies!!! wooooah!

And NOT the Local Galactic Cluster, either! Really faaaaar out there!!! :swoon:
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link to Hubble Telescope Deep Space Photos

Ancient Galaxies sprinkled like stars against the black of Space


HubbleSite - NewsCenter - NASA's Great Observatories Begin Deepest Ever Probe of the Universe (10/24/2013) - Release Images
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Looks like Ireland has some dark skies!
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ooooo you are right Ms Purrl..... didn't quite notice the grey because it faded right into the ocean's edge.

And it seems like The Scottish Highlands are mostly dark skies as well!
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