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Old Dec 15, 2009, 7:35 PM   #41
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Hi Harj,
Great choices all. But to me, your studio shots are always a pleasure to be able to see. I hope in this coming year, we'll be able to see a lot more.

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Old Dec 15, 2009, 8:32 PM   #42
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Here are a few of mine.





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Old Dec 15, 2009, 8:38 PM   #43
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This thread is producing some very interesting contributions. Good work from even the new guys on the thread.

Harj: I always look forward to your shots, you need to post more often, (especially of your studio work.)

Gary: the dew drops on the grass is spot on! good job.

Northern Greg: an absolutely stunning shot of the bee. But your spiders give me the creeps. If you keep showing the spiders, then I'm going to start sending you cans of bug spray!! LOL.

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Old Dec 17, 2009, 5:34 AM   #44
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This rocks....

I appreciate the participation. It gives us all a chance to reflect on the year, it allows us to see the other's shooting style, and it shows what our camera's are capable of.

I'm greatly impressed by everyone's photos, bar none.

Eharrim, after my own heart. I love the nature pics, and well done at that. That deer had to be CLOSE!

Zeshane, thanks for participating. A reminder that photos transcend boarders and allow travel without leaving the comforts of home. That mountaintop setting in the clouns is breath taking and I like the young ones crossing the bridge also. Not to take away from the sunsets, but those two are my favorites.

Harj, I was in hopes we'd get to see your stuff. We all hope you get out more in the days ahead so we get to see more. Pretty girls in the studio are a bit short in supply here, and I love your street shots. Here's to 2010!

Gary, All really great! I was beginning to think you only shot birds, but these prove differently! I suppose we need to wait for the roses to bloom again to see more of those, POTD aside.

It looks like the thread has about run its course and I'd like to thank everyone for the glimpse into your stuff. Great stuff it is, and I enjoyed all of it. Maybe I can use some of it as a motivation in my own photos in the comming year.

THANKS ALL,

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Greg, you wrote:

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I'd like to thank everyone for the glimpse into your stuff. Great stuff it is, and I enjoyed all of it. Maybe I can use some of it as a motivation in my own photos in the comming year.
Well, that goes for me too.......... Bob Brennan
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