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    Calling All OptiBoard Photographers! (Winter 2003/2004)

    :cheers: Nothing like vegas
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    #2
    First sunset of 'O4 Ocean Beach CA

    Taken less than an hour ago.
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    "Always laugh when you can. It is a cheap medicine"
    Lord Byron

    Take a photo tour of Cape Cod and the Islands!
    www.capecodphotoalbum.com

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      #3
      Christmas night

      Christmas night. I'm not much of a photographer, and obviously my old digital camera doesn't do some of the things that some of you do, but I loved this view. I really thought I would hear something about this sight on the news that night, but never did. Does anyone know which planet this might have been?

      Diane
      Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

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        #4
        Wonder where it went. I thought I had figured this thing out.

        Diane
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        Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

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          #5
          The planet in the picture is....................

          Saturn! On 12/31/03 it was the closest it has been to earth in 26 years. I just happened to read an article in the San Diego paper about it. It won't be this close again for a long time. The article said it would be perfect for viewing because of the tilt which showed the rings off to the max. Needless to say I found myself out here without access to a pair of binoc's or telescope!....I did have it pictured in my mind however.
          "Always laugh when you can. It is a cheap medicine"
          Lord Byron

          Take a photo tour of Cape Cod and the Islands!
          www.capecodphotoalbum.com

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            #6
            Re: The planet in the picture is....................

            hcjilson said:
            Saturn! On 12/31/03 it was the closest it has been to earth in 26 years. I just happened to read an article in the San Diego paper about it. It won't be this close again for a long time. The article said it would be perfect for viewing because of the tilt which showed the rings off to the max. Needless to say I found myself out here without access to a pair of binoc's or telescope!....I did have it pictured in my mind however.
            Harry,

            WOW, I wish I had looked at it on New Year's Eve. It was incredibly bright on Christmas night, and of couse it would have been almost a half moon on New Year's Eve. I bet it was spectacular.

            Thanks for the info.

            Diane
            Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

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              #7
              Diane,
              Great picture! You should add it to the Optiphotographers thread!

              Actually I think it is time to start a winter 2004 thread.
              ~Cindy

              "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning." -Catherine Aird-

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                #8
                Great pic HJ! I love water shots at sunrise or sunset!
                ~Cindy

                "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning." -Catherine Aird-

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                  #9
                  Cindy Hamlin said:
                  Diane,
                  Great picture! You should add it to the Optiphotographers thread!

                  Actually I think it is time to start a winter 2004 thread.
                  Cindy,

                  That would work for me. Maybe a moderator would move it.

                  Diane
                  Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

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                    #10
                    This is one house in Sudbury, MA ! This street has 5 or 6 homes like this and other 5 or 6 that have about half as many lights. Most of the homes are valued over 1 million$$$$. They do this every year!
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                      #11
                      wow, Mikef, that is a lot of lights!

                      We have a tacky lights tour here in VA every year and they publish it on the news and in the paper and I try to see as many as possible.
                      ~Cindy

                      "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning." -Catherine Aird-

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                        #12
                        This is out of focus but you get the idea! I could only get part of the yard!
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                          #13
                          Another one of Goocher!
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                            #14
                            That's a face you could fall in love with!
                            ~Cindy

                            "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to be a horrible warning." -Catherine Aird-

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                              #15
                              Christmas Eve and everything's under the tree...
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                              Pete Hanlin, ABOM
                              Vice President Professional Services
                              Essilor of America

                              http://linkedin.com/in/pete-hanlin-72a3a74

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