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Old Apr 22, 2014, 8:25 PM   #1
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After a long winter life has returned.













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Old Apr 22, 2014, 11:23 PM   #2
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Nice pics JJ. Especially the first two. That second one reminds me of something, but I can't think what. We missed spring here, it's heading right into summer. Glad to see some "other than snow" pics.
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Thanks Robert.

Spring was a long time coming.

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Your fz35 doing a fine job for u....I just picked up a fz35 about a month ago and been playing around with it, trying to get it " fine tuned " . Great camera.... looks like u have urs mastered.
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Your fz35 doing a fine job for u....I just picked up a fz35 about a month ago and been playing around with it, trying to get it " fine tuned " . Great camera.... looks like u have urs mastered.
Thanks Bob. The FZ35 is a great camera, just has it's limitations.

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JJ, thanks for sharing. I had my FZ35 out the other day for the first time in quite a while and you go great work with yours.
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JJ, thanks for sharing. I had my FZ35 out the other day for the first time in quite a while and you go great work with yours.
Hi Frank and thanks, hope all is well with you.

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