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  1. LongDucDong

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    Just got back from a 2 week excursion in Arizona. Yes it was hot, that goes without saying. ;) It was around 107 degrees everyday, one day was 115. Because of the hellish temps, I didnt get out much to shoot. Anyways, here are some images, hope you enjoy them.

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    You have quite a selection of images here. It is hot. Imagine the guys running around in Tombstone in those black suits and overcoats!

    Everyone in Arizona does not carr guns or wear cowboy hats. Seems like they do in Tombstone, and that is an interesting sight to visit.

    Viewers need to be advised that they will encounter critters like the tarantula in the countryside. However, they do not generally bite or attack.

    We do have few lakes here so I cannot identify the one in your picture. Water does come in handy. And it is definitely hot, even in the shade.

    Hope you enjoyed your encounters.

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  3. LongDucDong

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    Thanks! :wink:

    Those people in Tombstone that I shot were reenactors, hence the guns and overcoats/cowboy hats/etc. And yes, folks will encounter scorpions and tarantulas and rattlesnakes, and youre correct that they generally dont attack. I found the tarantula in my father-in-law's yard and moved it to the Phoenix Mountain Preserve park.



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  4. Phazan

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    In Arizona, it's a dry heat though!! :p

    Nice pictures, although I'm still learning photography, (So I don't really have much advice for you) I really liked #9 and #34! Nice photos!
     
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    Yep, so is an oven. :wink: :lol:

    Thanks for looking!
     

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