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Offline Todd

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Re: Photography At Home
« Reply #320 on: September 13, 2020, 05:34:11 PM »
The Congressional Research Service publishes data on wildfires, as do an assortment of federal and state agencies.  I always rely on government agencies for such data.  If I had access to logging company data, I'd use that, too.  The definition of "major" would need to be established, but there are fewer, bigger fires, on average.  AGW certainly contributes.  I know nothing about fire prevention, though one of my employees is a former smokejumper, so he may have insights if I remember to ask him.  I'm sure there are fact based resources available online.
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Re: Photography At Home
« Reply #321 on: February 13, 2021, 12:10:04 PM »
We actually got more than a couple inches of snow in the area.  Suburban scenics are dull, but macro shots can be more fun.
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Offline Pohjolas Daughter

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Re: Photography At Home
« Reply #322 on: February 13, 2021, 12:23:49 PM »
We actually got more than a couple inches of snow in the area.  Suburban scenics are dull, but macro shots can be more fun.
Neat!  Great photo!  :)