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Old Jun 22, 2013, 9:23 PM   #1
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Default Late Afternoon Along Turtle Creek

Wonderful evening today, great light.....a little hot , but it's going to be hot until October so you either get out or don't take any pictures for 4 months.

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Old Jun 22, 2013, 10:21 PM   #2
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That is a great looking walk, maybe hot but lots of shade there. Love the photos, I feel the walk.

Last night at the car show was super hot from about 7-7:30 but then turned quite nice until dark.
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I bet it was. I'll be over in Arlington next Friday evening to see the Rangers at 7:05pm and I'm betting it's going to be quite hot. First game all year and it's to see them play the Reds, a team I've never seen in person. Almost waited to late to find a ticket. No picture-taking. Going with other people and the seat is not the normal one.
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looks like you had the park to yourself
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They were actually about to start a wedding at Lee Park as I walked by there. I was just avoiding it all and walking around all the "stuff". You can get down in some low angles and avoid all the auto and pedestrian traffic, which is always constant in this area. I couldn't imagine getting married (at all), much less in this heat outdoors.

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