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Old Apr 15, 2005, 8:21 PM   #1
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Just a few pics from my evening drive with my Grandson

The first one is him getting in touch with his roots. LOL

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Old Apr 15, 2005, 8:23 PM   #2
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a few Deer
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and a Northern Indiana sunset
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Very nice shots Bob and who's the young fella? Love that sunset.
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Old Apr 15, 2005, 8:49 PM   #5
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Thanks Wagaboo, that is my little 4 year old Grandson, I took him out for an ice cream cone and a ride.

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Yea nice sunset, was it taken in auto ?
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Thanks RedDragon, yes it was taken in auto.

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Nice looking Grandson there Bob. Glad to see him learning about his roots. But tell me something do you say BOO after sneaking up on the Deer???? Huh, do ya?? And are you training that nice looking grandson to do it too???/ Pretty sunset there wish I didn't work the second shift. The only ones I get to see are from a shipping dock door these days.

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Nice pics Bob...keep them coming! also thanks for the headsup on the photo of the day..didnt get a chance to reply to you but I did see it and it was totally amazing!

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Thanks Dan, I would like to snap a pic of an Eagle like that, but more than likely my camera would be turned off and all i would get was a pic of histail feathers. LOL



Bigdawg, I just walk right up to the Deer and they only know i'm there when they hear my shutter. LOL Actually that pic was taken from the seat of my pickup, they crossed the road ahead of me, and i ran the window down, told my Grandson to duck and zoomed in. I'm getting better at those spur of the moment shots, when i'm driving around, i keep tapping the shutter every 1/2 mile or so, that way the cam stays powered up and I keep it zoomed about halfway.

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