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    From bush Alaska

    Which means "rural" in Alaska terms. I enjoy following the goings-on here but am usually more of a watcher unless someone actually asks me a question... It was a relief to find APUG a while back. I work in a variety of formats but usually use an RB67.

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    Welcome from the other side of the herring pond. Looking forward to seeing your photos.

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    Welcome from the rural side of the world. Also looking forward to seeing your photos.

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    Welcome from Lower Frozen Tundra (Minneapolis, that is)!

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    And I thought Tonopah Nevada was rural. To everyone else; go take a look at Troy's website.

    http://bristolbayartists.com/troyhamon/

    It Rocks. Beautiful work! Especially the portraits which made me think I need to pick up the tlr and do some pics of my grand nieces and nephews.

    Welcome aboard. One of these days I need to introduce myself. Jim
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    I agree with Jim, wonderful work. Love how the dog portrait is included with the humans, I'm a big sucker for dog photos
    Let's see what I've got in the magic trash can for Mateo!

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    Welcome from Sydney Australia. I'd love to visit Alaska one day; just seems to be one of those "have to do it once" things.

    I look forward to seeing a little more of it through your lens

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    Welcome from San Jose, CA (just a bush-flight west of Tonopah), too, Troy.
    [COLOR=SlateGray]"You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus." -Mark Twain[/COLOR]

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    Welcome from the "almost" 49th state, but officially the 50th. Looking forward to seeing your images posted in the gallery.
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    Thanks

    Thanks everybody for the warm welcome. And speaking of warm, yesterday it was a bit chilly out, but today our snow is barely hanging on...joys of living at the junction of 4 major weather centers...never know what a day brings except that (based on our experience) it will be between -40 and +84F.

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