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Old Dec 16, 2011, 11:27 PM   #1
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We had some nice clouds today (as the weather can't decide whether to rain or not) so I went out morning and noon for some photography. I also tried shooting what would look like cramped spaces leading out to some nice view just to try something different. Thank you for looking. C&C welcome.

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Good to see you back in your normal "jungle" of NYC. Nice images as usual.
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Yes, it's good to be back. Thank you, Walter.

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NICE shots as always vvcarpio!
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Thank you, cmoy.

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A block away from B&H

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Yes, that magical fairy tale kingdom called B&H actually does exist -- just one block from here. One of these days I'll take a picture of it. The store front does not give much indication on what's inside, though, which would make you hyperventilate (at least it does to me) once you step in.

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"would make you hyperventilate (at least it does to me) once you step in" happens to me as well
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I sometimes go there at lunch just to look around and always end up walking out with something -- pec pads, used filter, invisi-shield -- cheap.
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Lucky you! I'm all the way by Canal St, too far for me

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