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09-21-2008, 04:01 PM   #46
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forget the photographers and their cameras in these ....lol









the 1st one can have some wonderful captions, "failed upskirt 101" look at the security guard lol
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he was necessary to explain to the wife and kids why I was taking these pictures in the first place... :-D
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Here's one of a bunch of people taking shots - myslef included (although it would be like where's Waldo to pick me out )

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Here's one of each of my sisters taking a pic of me taking a pic of her taking a pic of me.....................................

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Good to see this thread is rolling once again.
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Here's one of a bunch of people taking shots - myslef included (although it would be like where's Waldo to pick me out )

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Dave, that shot is awesome. I could lose myself in that picture for a good few hours with the right chemicals.
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Me and my camera thru the looking glass.

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one of our own

here's our very own Pat "vievetrick" in action:

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I must admit.... I took a pic of this guy because I was hoping to get a clear enough shot to see what kind of lens he had! Couldn't tell

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That's either the Bigma or the 70-200mm f/2.8 (both by Sigma)
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QuoteOriginally posted by egordon99 Quote
That's either the Bigma or the 70-200mm f/2.8 (both by Sigma)
I knew it! That's what I told my husband... "I think he has the lens I want". (Sigma 70-200 f/2.8) I'm still waiting for Jimbo to quit his job and get that indoor shot at full tele before I get it.
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I must admit.... I took a pic of this guy because I was hoping to get a clear enough shot to see what kind of lens he had! Couldn't tell
This is turning into a camera porn thread! that certain part of the camera's body.. lol
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A friend of mine even though she shoots with a canon, lol

Goodness gracious, she's pretty!

And that skirt is practically camouflage!
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Dave, that shot is awesome. I could lose myself in that picture for a good few hours with the right chemicals.
ha ha Thanks Gary - it was dizying enough just being there
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