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April 2010 - Photography assignment - Different point of view

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    Default Turbine blades (part of a J54 jet engine)

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    I was obviously over at the Warhawk again.

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    One more try @ this, I have one photo composed in my head but the weather hasn't co-operated yet. Now, lets not get our lines crossed ...
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    and how could I possibly forget this one! ? Hotel of the Rockies, Canmore, Alberta. Saturday evening "creativity meeting" while attending the SNAP Photography seminar being hosted by Darwin Wiggett, John Marriott & Samantha Chysanthou. Very snap shot-ish quality. Odd how that happens @ 11:00 PM & a "few" adult beverages!
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    Cool stuff! Russ, how was the seminar? You need a pocket corkscrew! THat one takes up too much room in the camera bag....ermm I mean backpack.

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    wow great work everyone - totally impressed I am!
    Antz! GREAT mailbox shot!!!!! and GREAT creativity by lovin' on the glass rocks shot. Love the turbine blades QO.
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    My wife carmy took this one with the G11 - I think it works.
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    Maui Sunset - G11

    Can you guess whose feet did all the adventuring - lol.
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    Ha ha.. get a tan there marko

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    Wing detail from the Aviation museum at Pearl Harbor. Shot from the floor - G11
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAS_Photo View Post
    Cool stuff! Russ, how was the seminar? You need a pocket corkscrew! THat one takes up too much room in the camera bag....ermm I mean backpack.
    I thought it went pretty good really. The only real glitch was the oven for a hotel room on the 1st night. It was terrible, hardly slept at all. Saturday night was much better even with the jacuzzi tub starting up all by itself

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