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 Post subject: 2 Portraits
PostPosted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 1:05 am 
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On memorial day here we went for a Picnic, and my brother and his girlfriend were there, and I didn't really have any good photos of them, so I forced them to take one with the Seneca River in the Background.
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Now for Number 2, this pictures quite old, I took it with my Kodak C330, (4mp camera) which I still love, because it was my first like real digital Camera, and If it wasn't for that camera I wouldn't be posting my images here everyday.

If you're an obsevent person, you'll notice this is on top of a mountain, yes it is from a different Location. I uploaded some pictures of the area around my camp to show Alex, and this is one of my favorites from up there.

This is my Mom and Dad on top of 'Owls Head Mountain. Its actually kind of a hill at around 2500ft (~762m) I have been going up there since I was just a little 3 year old (got carried up) I'll add and this isn't 100% fact, but thats Indian Lake in the Background, and the Foreground is an unknown pond. Theres 2 lakes up near my camp Indian and Mountain View and Mountain view is behind Indian and its also longer, and Indian is wider, so I am not sure what the pond in front is.
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Comments are always welcome,

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Jake

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:32 am 
They are both nice pics, but I like number two better - there is quite a bit of emotion in that photo!


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