Old 05-24-2010, 02:49 AM   #1
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Default System Glitch: Travis DeWitz

Must be an issue with the site - there are 104 shots with the name "Travis Dewitz" that got accepted today.

Must be a new record - some of them are pretty good, too:

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Old 05-24-2010, 02:56 AM   #2
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2 SC's also. I guess if you submit 104 in one day you will stumble into one or two of those just by accident.
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2 SC's also. I guess if you submit 104 in one day you will stumble into one or two of those just by accident.
Yeah, but how many more could he have had by spreading the shots out? Although he may have set himself up for the first-ever sweep of PCAs.

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Thank you. I wanted to do the first ever RP trip summary. I am in the process of adding all the caption that detail the trip in detail. Please bare (bear) with me.

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Old 05-24-2010, 03:27 AM   #5
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Please bare with me.
I absolutely refuse to bare any part of me with any part of you! What you do in private is none of my business, but keep me out of it!
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I absolutely refuse to bare any part of me with any part of you! What you do in private is none of my business, but keep me out of it!
Agreed; your photos are nice and all, but that's no reason to be a pervo.
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Should the site be renamed TravisDewitz.net for the day?

Pretty amazing set of shots there, Travis... some really spectacular images.
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I don't want to up load tonight, 57 or so still need to be screened. I will give a day? And it was a hot hazy day no doubt they will just hit up as cloudy LOL.
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Man did he get some rare action out there on Feb 30th and 31st this year. lol.

Great photos and documentation of what looked to be a great trip.
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Yea, I will be fixing the dates as I add comments. I caught that myself during the uploads.
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Should the site be renamed TravisDewitz.net for the day?
IF THIS WAS GOOGLE - That might have happened!

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2 SC's also. I guess if you submit 104 in one day you will stumble into one or two of those just by accident.
Nah... it's like Roulette - no matter how many times red shows up the next spin is always 50/50. (Less when you consider green)

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Yeah, but how many more could he have had by spreading the shots out? Although he may have set himself up for the first-ever sweep of PCAs.

My favorite from today:
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I agree on spreading them but over a period of days and /or weeks - not months and years! I like my photos like my pastries... I try to avoid eating 12 at a time but loose interest in the dozen after a few days. Thanks for sharing your STORY in pics - it was "fun"!

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I'm impressed with the processing stamina. Even if it was two or three a day, that's just too much work! I struggle doing ten over a two week period for a book project!
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I'm impressed with the processing stamina. Even if it was two or three a day, that's just too much work! I struggle doing ten over a two week period for a book project!
I can handle five at a time, then I get bored!
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Love that your photos from your trek are in chronological order!!!

That's as good, if not better then having the EXIF info. I'm always amazed at what someone can accomplish in a short span of time - or even a long span of time. May come in handy as a guide should I ever find myself in any of those locations with a day to spare. Very cool and much appreciated!

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It's 2am and all the comment fields have been filled in. That was way too much work. Thank you for all the comments.
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A lot of work and travel,i read all the comments and viewed the shots and think you achieved a neat travel guide.Great shots and story,thanks for putting in the effort.Mark.
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That was indeed pretty epic. Good on you, Travis. The series was certainly a refreshing surprise when I logged on to RP last night.
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Wow, I turned on my computer this morning and got a Blitz Dewitz. Nice stuff, but now I have to find time to look at it all.

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Travis did you purchase RailPictures.net?



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That's....incredible.
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Ain't it? Check out ABC tonight as it is the topic of this weeks episode!
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Right back at ya, Charles! At least I think so... can't recall for sure though, we may be close to tied on that count.
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