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Old Jul 15, 2006, 12:55 PM   #11
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Old Jul 15, 2006, 1:47 PM   #13
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Want to send some of that fog our direction? They are lovely pictures!
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Old Jul 15, 2006, 1:57 PM   #14
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wow. thats amazing. my handhelds with 28-200 dont turn out that sharp, my hats off to you. my favorite is the sagging spider web

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All hand held--I do usually use a tripod or monopod, but was a bit lazy this morning.
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Good Handheld shots are a matter of practice and learning. Of course, Pentax would rather sell you their new K-100D with ainti-shake technology.

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Old Jul 15, 2006, 5:04 PM   #16
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Nice shots, Rickst!

Like snow, dew is much more pleasant in photos than in real life, Harriet. I'd be happy if I could mail you our excess. But right now its OK, we've had some SoCal weather for the last week. That doesn't occur every year in our quarters!

I see that you have the same irritating phenomenon in your landscape as we have here. No matter where you point your camera, there are poles and wires! Can't some one invent high voltage bluetooth?

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Processed a few more from this morning. This is a crop of the sagging web.
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Nice shots, Rickst!

Can't some one invent high voltage bluetooth?

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LOL! Insome places they are burying both electrical and phone wires. That's nice to have if your area suffers from strong winds. I can't take a sunset photo at the house without getting some wires - just the way it goes. I took one that had wires that appeared to cross, so I just called it "crossed wires."

Rick - I'm just SO impressed with your dew covered spider web, they are fabulous.
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