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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 5:51 am 
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Change up...

MPRI...smoke/mist/fog/smog

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A grow op fire a few miles away.

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MPRI: a parade


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Combobreaker?

might be time for a new request :)

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Not a great photo, but it keeps the thread going! It's actually the New Year parade in London, taken just before we left for NZ three years ago...

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MPRI: star trails (preferrably with something manmade in the foreground!)


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Gordon Laing wrote:
MPRI: star trails (preferrably with something manmade in the foreground!)


Speaking of combobreakers, lol. Or are there many pinhole photographers here? ;)

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Speaking of combobreakers, lol. Or are there many pinhole photographers here? Wink


Ive seen heaps of star trails on this site. It wont be long at all.

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jake.rohan wrote:
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Speaking of combobreakers, lol. Or are there many pinhole photographers here? Wink


Ive seen heaps of star trails on this site. It wont be long at all.


My bad, I guess that was before my time ;)

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well i guess you were more right than me. nothing seems to be popping up.

time for a new one yet?

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Well I have star trails, but not with anything in the foreground (manmade at least)


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Not a very succesful attempt but.

MPRI: Your national flag

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MPRI: Since a Panda Bear seems to be hard to get a picture of, lets make it a picture of something you've never seen anyone else take a picture of.

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Did everyone quit playing?

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rogersjt wrote:
Did everyone quit playing?


Well, your request is sort of difficult... I can't fathom a picture I've taken that no one else has taken. I mean, I sort of figure you may have to go deep into a rain forest, swim to the deepest depth or become an astronaut to really get a picture that no one else has taken before!

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Anyone got a picture of a blackbear skull?

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MPRI...STORMY WEATHER

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MPRI: Something with water

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MPRI.. An old barn


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