PF PHOTO CONTEST - Orange (11/3-11/9)

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Thanks, the orange one is pretty interesting. Also Thorne's GR is fascinating. I'm saving it for the "black" contest. :smile:
Gravitation by Misner, Thorne and Wheeler is a classic!
 
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Took this last month when picking out a pumpkin.
 
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I'm surprised that no one's yet taken a picture of one of the many Orange Counties in the U.S.. *hint, hint* :biggrin:
 
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I'm surprised that no one's yet taken a picture of one of the many Orange Counties in the U.S.. *hint, hint* :biggrin:
I'm surprised no one has a picture of oranges!

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I'm surprised no one has a picture of oranges!

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That'd be too clichéd.
 
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It's scary how much your bookshelf looks like mine. I'm only missing 3 of those books. D:
Yea, it's scary. They just keep piling up don't they? I'm running out of space on the bookshelf already.
 
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I'm surprised that no one's yet taken a picture of one of the many Orange Counties in the U.S.. *hint, hint* :biggrin:
One of those counties was on fire.
 
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My nephew lives in San Diego County, but that place was sufficiently orange recently to qualify for this thread.
 
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Fireworks. The only orange thing I could seem to find.
 
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You have less than 2 days left to submit a photo for this contest. We have a large number of submission this time, so join in the fun if you haven't already.

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Funny, I expected this to be a more challenging thread that wouldn't get so many entries. It's a fun surprise to see how many interpretations of orange folks have come up with (and indeed, that none of them were of oranges!). The voting is going to be impossible!
 
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It's a fun surprise to see how many interpretations of orange folks have come up with (and indeed, that none of them were of oranges!).
Actually, mine is an "Orange".... Otto the Orange. :cool:
 
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Spoon on an orange tablecloth reflecting a woven wicker ceiling.

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We are going to need about three voting threads!!!!!
Man, these are some great pictures!
 
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I have no idea how I'm going to pick which ones to vote for. There are just too many good photos.
 
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Wow, I'd heard about the Queen's Day parties in the Netherlands, but had never seen a picture to grasp the full impact of the scale of the party on the boats. I'm surprised some of those boats are still floating with the number of people on them! :bugeye:
Just after I took that, one of the Amsterdam canal tour boats tried to get through -- they're about 40ft long! Suffice to say, it didn't go down too well with the revellers who jumped from their boats to board (and moon) it :biggrin:
 

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