June PUG is up

Daniel J. Matyola danmatyola at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 11:18:52 EDT 2020


Brian:

Once again, thank you for your efforts on behalf of the group.  You always
do a great job assembling and displaying the images, as well as nagging us
for contributions.

It is quite possible that we photographed the same tree.  I was there after
you, in 2016, so I can't claim it's my tree.  <G> IIRC, the tree was near
the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge outside of Taos.  The bridge is a major tourist
mecca, so tit is likely we were both there.  It is also an infamous
location for suicide jumps, and there is a live suicide hotline in the
middle of the bridge, on each side of the highway.

It is, unfortunately, a rather small gallery this month, but a nice one in
any event.  My personal favorites are Don's Dried Burrs and Joseph's desert
Mailbox.


Dan Matyola
*https://tinyurl.com/DJM-Pentax-Gallery
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On Mon, Jun 8, 2020 at 8:10 PM Brian W <brian-w at lyons-ryan.org> wrote:

> G'day all
>
> An interesting coincidence this month.  I'm sure that when I was in the US
> in
> 2013, I photographed the exact same tree that Dan has posted.  I'll put up
> a
> PESO of my shot in a day or two.
>
> View the June gallery here:
>
> http://pug.komkon.org/
>
> (you may need to refresh your browser if you see the previous gallery
> there).
>
> Note: The automated submission process usually works well but it's not
> infallible. So, if you made a submission and you don't see it in the
> gallery,
> let me know.
>
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>
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> Brian
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