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    Pano35 Camera - Magnolia Gardens Swamp

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    Those are just amazing photographs!
    I love the smell of fixer in the morning...It smells like...PHOTOGRAPHY!

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    Thanks! I'm glad that you like them.

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    You're welcome! If I work enough, hard enough and keep my patience, I'll have some spectacular ones myself. These are just great.
    I love the smell of fixer in the morning...It smells like...PHOTOGRAPHY!

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    Very cool, Jon! A buddy of mine was just out at Magnolia Gardens with a work crew clearing out a campsite for the Boy Scouts. He just about stepped on a rattlesnake over 7' long and as big around as his forearm!

    Small world; I live in Summerville also.
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    EOS-1, AE-1 Program, Konica FC-1, Konica Autoreflex T, Konica Auto S2, Mamiya-Sekor TL 1000, Carl Zeiss Werra III, Contax D, Zeiss Ikon Nettar 215, ......good lord, I have a problem.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence Sheperd View Post
    Very cool, Jon! A buddy of mine was just out at Magnolia Gardens with a work crew clearing out a campsite for the Boy Scouts. He just about stepped on a rattlesnake over 7' long and as big around as his forearm!

    Small world; I live in Summerville also.
    Thanks!

    That is a big snake! Yes, small world, but today I'm in Iowa! A change of pace from the lowcountry.....



 

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