Here's one from NC for you @jubal, taken this afternoon.
You might like it better there if you were a Hipster.Nah. Had a girlfriend who lived in Falls Church when we met, so I spent a good amount of time in the DMV. Guess that was about 16 years ago now. I'm from N.C., but moved out to the PNW 5 years ago. I like it, but I sure miss the food. Nothing out here is right.
That's most likely the King of Brisket Aaron FranklinDang those ribs... Had me with the pic, but no joke my mouth is filling with saliva at Balsamic Soy Chili brown-sugar...
...and I like dark Rum, but never tried it in Rootbeer, which I also like.
One of those "master-class" ads keeps popping up, a new one. I rarely if ever watch the adverts, but this one's by a guy who teaches how to barbeque brisket — I watch through it every time.
That’s interesting I didn’t know dragon fruit opened at night.... let alone grow in SoCal.... not that I’m some tropical fruit expert.
All these pics are beautiful, especially this one shot on color transparency film. I really miss Kodachrome 25. For me, that was the best film ever. So beautiful!View attachment 12039
This is one of mine. It was shot in Lucky Bay, on the Southern Ocean at the bottom of Western Australia almost 20 years ago. I'm cheating though because I'm a professional photographer and this was photographed for south-west tourism. This shot has been used on billboards and magazine ads ever since - I still see it from time to time. It predates my conversion to digital photography - it was shot on medium format colour transparency.
Lucky Bay has the whitest sand I have ever seen. It doesn't show in the photo but the water was so clear that I could see the shadows of the waves on the sea floor. And the sand was so fine it packs down hard enough to drive a regular car on. The kangaroos do actually lie on the beach in the early mornings, warming up and licking the fresh water which trickles over the sand from the dunes. It's an incredible beach - probably because it is over a day's drive from Perth.