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    Speaking of black & whites.

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    The view of the lamps in front of my apartment when I got home from work tonight.


    The tree in front of my apartment tonight.

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    Wonder if it's coming this way or if it'll miss us again.......

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    The stars have to align just right for me to take an above-average photo. Subject, lighting conditions, camera on hand, proper film, correct settings, and luck.

    Here are a couple that I was pleased with:





    Last edited by Bobthearch; 11-27-2007 at 10:59 PM.

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    And here are some not even taken with a camera. A flatbed scanner with a decent depth of field is perfect for cataloging and recording collection items:



    Last edited by Bobthearch; 11-28-2007 at 12:18 AM.

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    The best underwater photo I've ever taken, and the one of which I am most proud:

    Inside the Duane, a Coast Guard cutter scuttled as an artificial reef off Key Largo:



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