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Default Re: Canon G1X Users Images

Some nice shots on the last few pages. Here are a couple from last Saturday when I took a ride to check out the Salmon shore fishing from Waukegan Harbor (they should be comming into the harbor soon).

Waukegan Lighthouse Portrait by rj-bj, on Flickr

Waukegan Lighthouse by rj-bj, on Flickr
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