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  1. garyinhere

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    Telescope with a filter then mount my camera to it with an adapter.
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    Got a pic of that?
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    here's a full one of the scope with tripod weight is about 110lbs
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    Damn, that's one hell of a telescope!
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    hi guys i dont have ear about this section xd , if is not a problem add me in the list,i have studying photography for 2 years from 2007 to 2009 and for troubles i dont have found again work in the world of art xd this is my flickr album for take a look at my projects http://www.flickr.com/photos/36205692@N05/ , for problems now i dont shoot much but i have in mind more projects xd .
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    My dog at the beach, he goes underwater down to the bottom to retrieve sticks sometimes lol.:laugh:

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    These are mob ph shots, qualitys iffy.^
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    What are these? They don't quite look like rocks to me... :wtf:
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    To tski,

    They are seaweed pods at the local surf beach, its a great spot as mostly only the locals go there, quite prehistoric with caves, rock pools etc,[and sharks !!] few mnths back i found an aboriginal stone tool which i have kept, and my brother and i once found a face carved in stone looking up at us in the water , we left it tho, bad juju to remove something like that in my op, and there is evidence of aboriginal "middens" with layers of broken sea shells from where they lived/feasted for millenia up on the cliffs.
    With this stone tool, the edge is quite sharp, for skinning/cutting meat, bark etc.forgive the mob ph pics. fits in the hand perfectly.:)

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    Thankyou Popcorn!!, hes a good fella, a real character.;):toast:
    quick pic of the amps and axe im using in latest band, vox 100w and egnator 40w fender squire.dunlop wa wa and boss graphic eq:rockout::rockout::rockout:

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    Most of the food pics I take are cell-phone pics to share (aka tease) my friends
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    Im hungry now!!!:)

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    Snapped this last week, was overcast day though. Trying to figure out tpu,s photo upload system, il get there.
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    I really like to cook but I just don't have the money to make more nice, elegant foods like fish or lamb etc.
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    Shoot more pretty girls ;) and generally shoot more, carry your camera with you 24/7 if you have to!
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    thanks ,the problem is right now the situation in italy for search work and other stuff is hard xd but i have in mind a lot of projects xd .
    i need my brain in peace or i work bad xd.
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    I know what that's like,,, done it real hard in times past,
    Thank god it's not like that now! I hope your sitch changes for the better.:toast:
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    Yeah im about to sell my car so that's an $800 burden removed off my shoulders, going to be getting something much much cheaper soon.
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    In Beverly Hills, California, overlooking Downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica, as well as the coastline/ocean on the far right.

    That's a multi million dollar view right there (literally) those houses on the left, on the hill, sell for around $40 million each.
    This property I took the photos from, belongs to a client to my brother's pool company (we clean 4 of his pools, on his massive properties in Beverly Hills).

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