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Postby abby » Mon Aug 30, 2010 3:53 pm

Hi Tim,
Thanks so much. I'm glad you liked them.
The critiques I got were all appreciated. I still haven't gotten around to straightening some of those shots, but I will eventually. A good snowy day project for this winter perhaps.
I really do need to get a bubble level for my hotshoe. I used my tripod the other night to shoot the sunset over Boston and put the photos up on my blog. When I looked at them on my blog, I noticed I have the city of Boston listing to the left. :oops:
Thanks again for commenting Tim. Much appreciated! :D
Carol


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Postby Andy » Mon Aug 30, 2010 10:00 pm

OMG! John Adams is turning in his grave. However, Teddy Kennedy has a warm, forgiving smile for you. :P
Andy

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Postby abby » Tue Aug 31, 2010 9:37 am

:D :D :D Andy...........Ted forgives me because I'm a nice irish Catholic Girl. :wink: He did a lot of good things for this state, however, as we all know, he made some serious errors himself thoughout his life.......so that's why he can forgive someone for tilting the city of Boston into the Atlantic. I'm sure back in the day......he viewed the city that way himself after a hard night! :wink:
Carol



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