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Jul 11, 2007 22:31 |  #1

Shots over the past couple of years; ranging from Virginia Beach to Huntington, West Virginia and all inbetween. No PP (except resizing and signature), 300D Digital Rebel. C&C more than welcome.

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#3 - Little more nature, but...deal with it
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Jul 12, 2007 15:55 |  #2

Nothing? I _know_ someone out there doesn't like these...


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Jul 12, 2007 16:03 as a reply to  @ prodigiousfool's post |  #3

Sometimes you have to beat the drum to get some attention.:D

Nice set of captures, Number 2 is my fav.


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Jul 12, 2007 16:16 |  #4

they seem a bit soft.
might need a little sharpening ?
anyone else think that or is it just my blurry monitor covered in Fingerprints ?


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