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  1. #16121
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    Go buzz lightyear !!
    #1 down, many more to go.

    Btw, it was freakin cold in ADL today, what the hell is wrong with your state...it is bloody spring you know ?!
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    It was 30C earlier in the week, just a cold snap passing through.

    You should have told me you were in town, I'd have made some effort to catch up (despite being freaking busy in the salt mines today)
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  3. #16123
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    DPR, your shots are always well done. Your first with the D800 is no exception.

    As some of us head into Autumn... The fog stays away, and we have the opportunity to shoot some of the local attractions in sunlight.

    Cannery Row from the breakwater.

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  4. #16124
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    It was 30C earlier in the week, just a cold snap passing through.

    You should have told me you were in town, I'd have made some effort to catch up (despite being freaking busy in the salt mines today)
    Was straight from airport to dry creek and then back again. Not much time to catch up this time. But next time I'll allow some time and let's see if we can connect for a coffee. Pm me your mobile number if you can.
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  5. #16125
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    But next time I'll allow some time and let's see if we can connect for a coffee. Pm me your mobile number if you can.
    Yeah, yeah heard that story before
    Don't believe him DPR

    (But while I think about it he has also heard the same story from me so maybe I shouldn't comment at all).

  6. #16126
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    lol damn straight !
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    105VR shot in crop mode with a TC14


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  8. #16128
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    I see you! Great shot. Now How big is the spider? 1/4" or 4 ".
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  9. #16129
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    tiny. the size of your pinkie nail.
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    Does it come in black and orange for use during Halloween?

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