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Old Jun 26, 2007, 6:28 PM   #21
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looking forward to seeing those when you get back...You may be able to add some rocks to the photo that would have really helped mine.

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Well, I usually try to keep my head out of the shots, but if you insist

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Old Jun 26, 2007, 8:36 PM   #22
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One advantage of living in a small country surrounded by water is that I can go to the east coast in the morning (45 min drive) and then enjoy the sunseton the west coast after having dinner at home (1 hour drive).What do the Americans and Aussies say about that?:blah:

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Yep, that works real well in Florida. I am dead center in the peninsula, about 1.5 hours to the coast either way. Harriet's comment was interesting, living in Florida I don't draw conclusions about the sun rising or setting over the ocean and neverconsidered that my viewpoint would be different if I lived elsewhere.
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Old Jun 26, 2007, 10:34 PM   #23
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So beautiful, wonderful light and colours.
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Very very nice,Dawg!..I love the way you caught the sun!
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2 fantastic shots. I would be very happy with both of these, but the second should be printed at about 3' x 2' and hung on the wall.



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A hairy rock might add something to it!! LOL

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So beautiful, wonderful light and colours.
Thanks for the kind comments Rodney!

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Very very nice,Dawg!..I love the way you caught the sun!
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Thank you so much Lisa.

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Old Jun 28, 2007, 12:56 AM   #29
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2 fantastic shots. I would be very happy with both of these, but the second should be printed at about 3' x 2' and hung on the wall.



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Darren I'm really thinking of a 30X20 poster framed for my wall. Thanks.

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