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    Viewfinder and Off-Topic Co-Mod walterick's Avatar
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    Here's a view from Assateague Nat'l Seashore

    On Maryland's eastern shore.

    It's sunrise, with the crescent moon barely visible in the colored sky...

    Velvia 50, FM2n and Sigma 28-105 III hand held.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Here's a view from Assateague Nat'l Seashore-assateague-sunrise1.jpg  
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    I carried a watermelon too---his new name is Caleb and a peach- hers is 'stasia.

    wow ooooooo aaaghhh BUT nothing like the shades of gray n a new england winter

    no matter...when you move it'll make you appreciate colors that much more...;)

    beautiful simple shot(clean I mean---cuz honey there ain't nothing simple about you!)
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    I was just myself. I didn't know any other way to be, or any other way to live."
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    Perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by walterick
    On Maryland's eastern shore.

    It's sunrise, with the crescent moon barely visible in the colored sky...

    Velvia 50, FM2n and Sigma 28-105 III hand held.
    Gotta love those colors and the silouette. A very nice shot.

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    yes but...

    I'll betcha he can't do the Mambo!! ;)

    >nothing like the shades of gray n a new england winter

    Yay. Can't wait.

    >cuz honey there ain't nothing simple about you!)

    You said it dude!

    Thanks for the compliments. Nothing is more flattering to me that the word "beautiful" used to descibe my art

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    Thanks!

    Loren that's a very nice thing to say! Muchisimas gracias!

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    HA I know

    very DIRTY Dancing

    ladies and gentlemen what is her prize?

    where's Patrick Swayze when you need him...

    "no one puts Baby in a corner"
    "I was not trying to be shocking, or to be a pioneer.
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    Spaghetti Arms!

    This is MY dance space, that's YOUR dance space! ;)

    Did you know that in real life Jennifer Grey and Patric Swayze hated each other? They almost couldn't stand to work together. But somehow they pulled off this amazing chemistry on film. My mom and dad got a lot of work after that movie came out (the both taught ballroom at the time)

    Send me Caleb and I'll have him dancing like Swayze in no time. Screw Swayze: I'll have him dancing like Fred Astair!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

    Someone told me I look like Patric once (when I had longer hair and scruffier)

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