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Old Jun 17, 2005, 8:20 PM   #11
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Is that at Davis-Monthan? The mountains look like Tucson and I know there is a huge boneyard there.
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Old Jun 17, 2005, 8:34 PM   #12
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Is that at Davis-Monthan? The mountains look like Tucson and I know there is a huge boneyard there.
Not sure about Davis-Monthan, but it is Tucson, Az. and it's the only Boneyard around.



Here are a few more that I took (resized). Those A10's were doing runs over the Boneyard all day long...








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Old Jun 17, 2005, 8:38 PM   #13
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Yeah, thats Davis-Monthan, on Kolb road right?

I've been wanting to take pictures there for a while, but havent had time.

I'm down in Sierra Vista, and I see those same a10's all the time. It seems that they come here because it's not that busy.
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Old Jun 18, 2005, 12:45 AM   #14
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Yeah, thats Davis-Monthan, on Kolb road right?

I've been wanting to take pictures there for a while, but havent had time.

I'm down in Sierra Vista, and I see those same a10's all the time. It seems that they come here because it's not that busy.

I took nearly 100 pictures of the Boneyard while I was there this time. I had to sit on top of the rental van in order to get pictures without the chain link fence.

Those A10's were awesome.
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Pyg you resized the pictures, much better thanx. Your other pics are looking good.
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Old Jun 18, 2005, 8:56 AM   #16
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Hi Pyg, I'll watch your pics with interest as I'm pretty much in the same boat with the DX 7590. I'm yet to work up the courage to take it off "Auto" settings, but I've just discovered this site so may become a little more adventurous! Nice tailsand noses
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Hi Pyg, I'll watch your pics with interest as I'm pretty much in the same boat with the DX 7590. I'm yet to work up the courage to take it off "Auto" settings, but I've just discovered this site so may become a little more adventurous! Nice tailsand noses

This site is great for showing us newbies the ropes when it comes to taking the camera off 'auto'. I've been reading through old posts and discovered some things that I hope will make my Z7590 take better pictures indoors.
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