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I wonder if this would make an interesting article in the DPO?
Especially if you emphasized our environmental commitments and some of the projects we do and have done.

You have a photographic artist's eye. There is just *something* extra about every photograph you take, something in the expression, something in the framing, you almost catch the atmosphere.

I just snap pictures...
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Thank you! I wish I could see them the way you and others do. I don't know...I guess we are our own worst critics. All I can see when I look at some of these is that some are out of focus no matter how much I tried to sharpen them, the lighting is off in some, etc. etc.

Plus, after reading some of Ige's articles, I think she should be lead writer! She's got a natural gift plus the knowledge and experience about what she's writing about. If she does the writing, I will take the photos!
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Thank you! I wish I could see them the way you and others do. I don't know...I guess we are our own worst critics. All I can see when I look at some of these is that some are out of focus no matter how much I tried to sharpen them, the lighting is off in some, etc. etc.
I noticed you cropped each one individually, that is an artist's touch in this automated world. One thing I've learned in this day and age of photochop, is that you still can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear, basically the composition and general exposure still has to be decent to have something to work with. But if the shot is exceptional from the git-go then it makes it easy. Your unedited photos on the picasa page were exceptional to begin with, but when you posted them up here they made me feel like I was right there.
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Isn't it funny how the guy who waxes his truck every day is spotless doing a bearing pack

It is a beautiful truck though with a nice custom sticker

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Isn't it funny how the guy who waxes his truck every day is spotless doing a bearing pack

It is a beautiful truck though with a nice custom sticker

No ! Heck you can even see your reflection on the freaking jack stand! That just ain't right!
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