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    Warwarsing Falls

    I have been going thru the archives now that I have a new laptop that can handle such things, and I came across a few frames that I thought were worth sharing These were taken quite a long time ago, but I still really like the way they came out!







    Thanks for looking,
    Jay
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    Nice and serene backyard Jay!!

    I'm inclined to say my favorite is #2 but #1 is tempting also...

    I wish I had the time to go back to my archives as I know that I've left several good ones sit. Maybe one day when life is a bit quieter.

    Good stuff!

    Stef

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    Thank you Stef It's nice to have some time for a change, I must tell you! I have about another month of a little extra time, then back to the regular grind at work... I'm trying to get as much done and possible!

    Jay
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    Living in a flat area we or I am not privileged to see these sorts of things so its nice to see them.
    I hope as we try to do a little more traveling I will get the chance to see on with my own eyes.
    Great images Jay.
    CC is always welcome, the good and the bad. I promise not to take it personal as I know it wasn't meant that way.

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