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I love autumn here, with cooler temps., warm colors & the need for jeans & sweaters, but I also don't relish the coming of winter. I definitely don't miss the harsher winters of Minnesota & Wisconsin -- a little more on par with what you deal with. In Oklahoma, we get just a taste of the cold with a little snow, usually, and that's mixed with lots of sunny & somewhat warm days. Makes the blazing hot summers bearable, that's for sure. :o)
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Hm, I got my first DSLR not long ago. Just a basic entry level one. But it's getting put to plenty use and some of the results will turn up here for folk to review and tell me where I'm going wrong. There's lots to learn!
Here are some of my attempts:
Or visit (and please follow) my new photoblog: http://sunsrays.wordpress.com
My drawings and other art and craft work will turn up here: http://shadedfaces.wordpress.com
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