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Old Sep 22, 2010, 11:59 PM   #1
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Taken this evening at the Wabamun Lake (West of Edmonton, Alberta) using my E-520 and the 12-60mm
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Old Sep 23, 2010, 12:27 AM   #2
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Beautiful! Wish i was there.

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You know you guys are making really jealous.....sitting here in an office in wet London !
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Or in a gloomy office in Birmingham (UK)
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You know you guys are making really jealous.....sitting here in an office in wet London !
Don't worry, I am right now sitting at my office ... without the rain ... and just remember ... I saw the first traces of snow coming down about a week ago ....
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Don't worry, I am right now sitting at my office ... without the rain ... and just remember ... I saw the first traces of snow coming down about a week ago ....
And in the Washington DC area they are predicting a record-breaking high temperature tomorrow (94F/34.4C).
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And in the Washington DC area they are predicting a record-breaking high temperature tomorrow (94F/34.4C).

... and I'll keep my nice 16c (max) today ....
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Nice peaceful scene.

I sailed yesterday afternoon, alone under a cloudless sky and a light breeze. Serenity..!
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And in the Washington DC area they are predicting a record-breaking high temperature tomorrow (94F/34.4C).
We've never hit 100F in Tampa, but when I lived in Virginia the DC area would often hit 100 in August. LOL.
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Nice peaceful scene.

I sailed yesterday afternoon, alone under a cloudless sky and a light breeze. Serenity..!
?? Sounds really nice;where's your photos??
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