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Ok, I've got one extra Amazon Kindle FIRE left, and its too late to return it. So I'm giving it away!

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PS - Damn, I love to give stuff away. Wait till you see what I'm planning in the new year... ;-)
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Just a bench...
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#FidoFriday
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The hummingbirds were shot with a Nikon D40. The great thing about this camera is the ability to synchronize the flash (or 3 or 4...) at 1000th of a second!
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A first birthday! My Grandniece.
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Top half of stamper at Reed Gold Mine. It was used to crush quartz in the beginning stage of extracting gold in the 1800's.
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That's the one. I hope to go back and do some shots in the mine.
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Soon to be new horse for my wife.
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Side lighting sure helps tombstone photos as does a little Photoshop...

A before photo of the tombstone of my GG Grandmother. Add one speedlight to the side, and it does not matter where the sun is. What a difference. I use Photoshop Elements 9 to adjust the white balance and sharpen a little.
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Thanks, Jamie.  I think an added advantage to this technique is not having to touch the stone to apply chalk or any substance to cause damage.
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