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N 106 B 4.4K C 71 E Jan 22, 2012 F Jan 22, 2012
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It must have been amusing seeing me kneeling in this puddle of water. I couldn't resist.

Tags:   San Bernardino Santa Fe depot County BNSF 7312 reflection reflected HDR train railroad rail tracks yard rain puddle Freight intermodal facility railfanning Railfan Burlington northern spotter trainspotter Atchison Topeka atsf

N 15 B 7.1K C 37 E Sep 28, 2008 F Sep 28, 2008
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Just before the homecoming dance : )

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N 87 B 7.9K C 48 E Feb 13, 2012 F Mar 1, 2012
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It's not often that there are standing puddles of water around the San Bernardino Santa Fe Depot and it isn't often that I'm there to see a Union Pacific locomotive parked or passing slowly by on the closest BNSF tracks. I wasn't quick enough to get the shot I wanted around the nearby light standard, so I had to take some artistic license in Photoshop.

Thank you for having a look.

Tags:   Union pacific locomotive 8477 rail railroad railway tracks track BNSF Burlington northern Santa fe San bernardino depot county inland empire freight reflected

N 19 B 6.1K C 17 E Apr 1, 2010 F Apr 1, 2010
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I took this in area of the Arrowhead Hot Springs off of Old Waterman Canyon Rd. I was also able to sneak in a peak of the Hot Springs. Wild Hyacinth grows plentifully in the lower elevations of the San Bernardino National Forest.

34°11'31"N, 117°16'22"W

Tags:   dichelostemma capitatum pulchellum amaryllidaceae amaryllis family San Bernardino National Forest San Bernardino County Inland Empire Wild Hyacinth Blue Dicks wildflowers wildflower brodiae

N 21 B 3.1K C 31 E Dec 1, 2009 F Dec 1, 2009
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The fire isn't making all that red in the sky, it's the morning sun that's back lighting the smoke. It was an awesome sight. The dot near the center is the sun. My processing doesn't do the scene justice.

The hot shot crew near the center was lighting off the rest of Lone Pine Canyon when I took this photo. Wrightwood will have good protection for many years now, but it was sad to see the canyon burn.

Tags:   San Bernardino County Lone Pine Canyon The Sheep Fire Wrightwood USFS Hot SHots SHot Crews Back Firing Burning Out Firefightting Firefighter


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