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    hey guys sorry i let this gathering falter.i am buying a house so i have not had much free time.closing is around aug 10th so i wont be able to do anything til after.however it is sooooooooooooo hot maybe we should wait till fall.if thats ok with everyone let me know.feel free to get together without me its cool.

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    When is the next get together?? I'm in Monroe, close to Athens, GA
    "Generalizations are made because they are generally true"
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    Ok,i have been very uninterested in photography lately and i do not know why.I need a reason to go out and take some pics.If anybody is interested in a get together post or im me so we can get something going.Maybe in june.

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    Got a suggestion for where to shoot? We just got back from Fort Pulaski, first time I've had my Ebony out all year. We need to find someting fun to do, seroiusness seems to make this too much like work.
    Gary Beasley

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    I would be interested too!
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    Fun would be awesome.I am in athens were are you guys at.I will triangulate our locations and see what i can find.Also how far of a drive are you willing to take?

    What ideas do you have??

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    I am in Monroe, just back up 78 a few miles toward the city. Fun is good fro me too. I just hope you folks will teach me something.
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    Well the only sure fire thing I know would be the Railway museum. I've been there quite a few times and have always had fun shooting the old iron. Another place to look for on a similar vein would be a junkyard. If you know a junkyard owner that will let us shoot pictures in the yard during off times you can have quite a bit of fun with that. If you feel like a bit of travel the Air Museum in Warner Robins is a real treat. Some of the aircraft there require a really wide angle lens to get them all in one shot. If you prefer waterfalls a trip up to Raven Cliff would be good as well and a number of other waterfalls in the area.
    Gary Beasley

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    Is the railway museum large format/tripod friendly.The rains lately would make for decent waterfall pis also.

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    Yes it is. Theres indoor and outdoor exhibits. They don't mind tripods, you just need to use common courtesy around other visitors, naturally.
    This one is 4x5 on tripod in a passenger car.
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