Flames & Hot

Photography Now & Then #43

With temperatures in the mid-forties (°F), low wind, and enough precipitation recently, today was a good day to get rid of some of the debris that naturally accumulates when there is a lot of trees on your property – and we have a lot of trees.

Today’s photo: Flames from burning debris from small acreage in west-central Arkansas., February 11, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s)

Today’s photo[1]: Flames from burning debris from small acreage in west-central Arkansas., February 12, 2018 (Apple iPhone 6s)

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In 2007, we stopped for a couple of hours in Deadwood, South Dakota during what turned out to be Kool Deadwood Nites.

Photo Favorite: Hot Rod Truck, Deadwood, South Dakota, August 25, 2007, during “Kool Deadwood Nites” (Pentax K10D)

Photo Favorite[2]: Hot Rod Truck, Deadwood, South Dakota, August 25, 2007, during “Kool Deadwood Nites” (Pentax K10D) 

Kool Deadwood Nites[3]
Classic cars, music and historic fun- Kool Deadwood Nites

Deadwood, SD
Kool Deadwood Nites brings car lovers together for four days full of classic cars, classic music and classic fun. It’s a 50’s and 60’s sock hop – Deadwood style. Enjoy parades, show and shines and FREE concerts on Main Street featuring the biggest names in rock ‘n roll history.


  1. Today’s Photo is a photo that is almost always taken the day of the blog post.  In some instances, posts may be backdated if internet access is not available on the day of the photo or other reasons prevent posting Photograph Now and Then.
  2. Photo Favorite is a randomly selected older photograph from a batch of photos specifically “curated” for Photograph Now and Then.
  3. Kool Deadwood Nites – Deadwood.com

Note: Reference links were accessed on the date the blog post was published, unless otherwise stated.

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