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Old Dec 20, 2010, 9:39 PM   #11
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Hey Bynx, There are some really great places that fit the bill except for the stained glass thing at Fort Riley Ks. When I get my camera back from Precision camera I will endevor to get some HDR shots of them. They are limestone, built during the expansion of the west (where Gen Custer was stationed before he decided to attack the indians with a hand full of people). Till then I will just have to twiddle my thumbs..... Frank
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You can study up in the meantime and be better prepared for the shooting. Looking forward to what you come up with.
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Thanks I will read the new material !! all 300 plus pages..... Frank
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