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Old 01-12-2013, 12:08 PM   #21
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I'm sure there is....Rabbit poo..... leftover ham tossed to the chickadees.....old soggy seed hulls the wind hasn't blown away....
deteriorating leaves...Oooooo One of those will surely win me that book I so desire.
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:08 PM   #22
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45 and real breezy...No photo ops today unless the wind dies down.
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45 and real breezy...No photo ops today unless the wind dies down.
Why not take pictures of the wind?
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Hey there Dap.... Can you help me locate the gin and sheri thread we were playing in a while back?
I'd like to finish adding photos to it and a few others before toying around with some new ideas to share.
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Oh you're a riot Alice! A regular riot!
One of these days... One of these days...Bang, zoom... To the moon with ya!
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:24 PM   #26
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Hey there Dap.... Can you help me locate the gin and sheri thread we were playing in a while back?
I'd like to finish adding photos to it and a few others before toying around with some new ideas to share.
Once I realized you weren't talking about alcohol, I remembered the thread and found it for you: Natural Jin - Shari
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:28 PM   #27
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Oh you're a riot Alice! A regular riot!
One of these days... One of these days...Bang, zoom... To the moon with ya!
You said you wanted to think outside the box.

What, not up for the challenge?
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It's a Wonderful life and all but I've more of a chance at lassoing the moon than harvesting a bag of wind.
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It's a Wonderful life and all but I've more of a chance at lassoing the moon than harvesting a bag of wind.
Quitter.

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Entering this shot just because of the uniqueness of it. I've never ever before seen a Fog Bow.
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