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Photo assignment - July 08 - Patriotism (or something representing your country)

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    Default Photo assignment - July 08 - Patriotism (or something representing your country)

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    Patriotism, or something of your country, We have Canada Day Tomorrow and The Americans 4th July, so maybe something that represents your country in some way. Could be your favourite street corner, fireworks from celebrations, flag, your favourite politician, your town or city, anything that makes you happy to live in your Country. Just an idea, see what others come ones people can come up with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AcadieLibre
    Patriotism, or something of your country, We have Canada Day Tomorrow and The Americans 4th July, so maybe something that represents your country in some way. Could be your favourite street corner, fireworks from celebrations, flag, your favourite politician, your town or city, anything that makes you happy to live in your Country. Just an idea, see what others come ones people can come up with.
    Favorite Politician?

    Some people would see that as an oxymoron.

    I like the idea though, can everyone play?

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    Yup you can. Now I need to start a revolution and see if I can get some photos lol.
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    Ok the July assignment is on! - Let's get our thinking caps on!

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    Default Fireworks

    Here's a shot from tonight and the slideshow of the rest.



    SLIDESHOW

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    Hey that's a nice fireworks shot and I liked the slide show as well!

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    fireworks shots are usually SO hard - nice job beetle!

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    I must say I've been looking around for 'patriotic images' and I'm finding this one hard....syill I'll try to upload something this weekend.
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    What setting should your camera be at to take pics of fireworks?

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