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i'll have to get in on this. let me what i can dig up on my desktop here at work.

found some, so here they are. i posted most of them the other day, so i'm sure a lot of you have seen them recently

Hood ornament at a car and air show

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Plane at the same show

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Taken from the hotel balcony in Cancun

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Flower at the Berry College Reservoir

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Silworm or caterpillar....whatever the **** it is at Berry College Reservoir

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Bee on a Thistle at Berry College Reservoir

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Butterfly on a Thistle at Berry College Reservoir

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Tree at Berry College

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Frost Chapel at Berry College

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Water Wheel at Berry College

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NCFalconfan (5/15/2008)
Awesome racing pics Shiney. What track is that shot of the Mark Martincarfrom? Got any of those old Aerocoupe Monte's?;)

Road Atlanta and actually the car was Ricky Rudd's from the mid 80s. The front clip is not original. That car was used in the movie Days of Blunder....I mean Thunder. The guy driving it, bought it after the movie because it was wrecked for the movie. The original car was red white and blue. He has pans to paint it back to the original paint scheme.

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Vargil (5/15/2008)
You all are making me jealous. I haven't really learned to use my camera yet, but I don't know if I can get that kind of quality.

All you do is aim the camera at the object and push the button on the top bro.

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mookie6927 (5/15/2008)
i'll have to get in on this. let me what i can dig up on my desktop here at work.

found some, so here they are. i posted most of them the other day, so i'm sure a lot of you have seen them recently

Silworm or caterpillar....whatever the **** it is at Berry College Reservoir

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That'd be a Catawba(or catalpa, either name is accurate) worm, great fishing bait. And you have to put them on catalpa trees, they don't start on them on their own. You'll see the dead worms as a result of wasps laying larvae under their skin some times.

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