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Lens: DA 21 Ltd. Camera: K2D Photo Location: Whitney Ontario ISO: 200 
Posted By: normhead, 09-20-2012, 01:52 PM

I used to run, but running is hard on my knees ( if I was 145 pounds like I was when I was 15 I don't think this would be an issue), so I ride my bike.. When you ride your bike , usually you go some where, so you may as well take your camera.

From today's exercise, I know you all wanted to see me in my tight gym shorts with sweat poring off me. ( get yer minds out of the gutter.)






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Some very nice textures and colors in the first two shots, superb work.
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Very lovely area and great shots.
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Those are great. Bet that piece of metal was someting important to someone once upon a time.

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love everything about the 2nd photo, I bet that one will sell quickly. I don't need to see the shorts, already saw enough in that water photo.
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Nice fall colors starting to come in, in the last one. Get ready for the inevitable sleet and freezing rain.
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Great colour and textures, no butts about it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by deaning Quote
Great colour and textures, no butts about it.
Very punny.

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Good textures and colours in this series.
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QuoteOriginally posted by snappychappy Quote
Some very nice textures and colors in the first two shots, superb work.
Thanks

QuoteOriginally posted by AussieTrev Quote
Very lovely area and great shots.
Glad you lie the shots..

QuoteOriginally posted by Den Quote
Those are great. Bet that piece of metal was someting important to someone once upon a time.
I was really impressed with how whatever that black stuff is that grows in the rocks when they're underwater also grow on the iron. Water is extrmemly low this year because of a drought. I doubt you would have seen that plate coming here, any time n the last 50 years.

QuoteOriginally posted by Bob Harris Quote
love everything about the 2nd photo, I bet that one will sell quickly. I don't need to see the shorts, already saw enough in that water photo.
I was thinking I should just pick it up and bring it home. I could just sell the driftwood and save the printing cost.

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Nice fall colors starting to come in, in the last one. Get ready for the inevitable sleet and freezing rain.
I'm not listening...I"M NOT LISTENING

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Great colour and textures, no butts about it.
That reminds me, I didn't kill her yet.

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Very punny.
OH ya, everyone's a comedian... 5000 comedians out of work and you have to crack corny jokes.

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Good textures and colours in this series.
ON behalf of the area I'd like to thank you for saying so.
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