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Old Dec 27, 2010, 2:15 PM   #11
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Well surely you guys must realize that the rest of us tend to be intimidated by the above tour de force. Matter of fact, my brother who is a relatively recent member of this forum, once asked me if folks here were serious when they posted what they call "some few random shots, not much PP" - he wanted to know were they really OOC jpegs? He understood my response because of my first 5 minutes of laughing.

Anyway I'll take a whack at posting, as one of the folks who don't have a lot of time to shoot and PP.

This is my favorite from this year. It took a number of trips there, to work out and get the lighting I wanted as well as dodging the, um, evidence the geese left of their presence there. Then one morning it all came together.




There was also this children's playhouse there:




This is an aqueduct on the C&O Canal, the construction of which was originated by George Washington. I almost lost my L1 leaning out over Seneca Creek to take this one.




This was my backyard after the worst blizzard we had last winter.




Autumn at Clopper Lake:




Autumn in my back yard.




Just to make Steven Redding happy, the business end of a Ferrari
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The 1876 Indian River Lifesaving Station on the Delaware coast of the Atlantic Ocean.




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Old Dec 27, 2010, 2:26 PM   #12
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A few more.

This is a C5 Galaxy, up on jack stands for landing gear maintenance. I still can't believe they do this with a 275 ton airplane.




Artwork on a B17G.




And one of my very favorites, a Great White wearing red lipstick - how often do you get to see that?



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Old Dec 27, 2010, 4:22 PM   #13
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.....the intimidation factor grows with each post so I am jumping in right here!

February snow....... this is Texas so we don't have a lot of this stuff




Fort Worth Fairmount home tour




...high school baseball






....lake Taneycomo, Branson, MO


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A few pics from 2010 ... I didnt shoot much which was a shame but I'm gonna make sure thats not the case for 2011!

1."Say AHHHHHHHH" Lioness at Cholchester Zoo


2. Shadow close to teh Olympic construction site.


3. Sunset over the Thames from Hammersmith Bridge


4. Steeples.. near work



5. Pier in Dublin


6. Lizz Scott - Anka Hasckhes 2010 Lookbook


7. Sunset over the River Lea close to the Olympic Park


8. The lovely Harriet




9. The lovely Liz Scott

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Liz is a stunner. Both ladies are, indeed, lovely, but Liz.....

Cold water, please...
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Those two blooms are really well done.
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Liz is a stunner. Both ladies are, indeed, lovely, but Liz.....

Cold water, please...
Agreed. But the two photos of her almost seem like two different women.

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.....the intimidation factor grows with each post so I am jumping in right here!
Bob, I think you made it just in time. We haven't seen anything from Charles, nor Chris' snakes yet.

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Bob, I think you made it just in time. We haven't seen anything from Charles, nor Chris' snakes yet.
Ted, you guys have set the bar very high, I am going to have to dig a little before I post any.
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