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Pics for fun

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I was back to Lida on Sunday...had my camera with me just in case I saw some good colors....but...never made it to maplewood...but played with the camera in the late evening in an attempt to capture some spooky pics for Halloween Just for fun...

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North Lida at night

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Hey, I was really bored...had to carve at least one.

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Playing with the shutter speed....

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Just like photography class in HS.

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Again, just playing with shutter speed.

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Its suppose to say "cliffy" but I cant move as fast as the shutter...and I got confused and wrote it backwards...

AND yes, I have way too much time on my hands..........

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great pics. Thanks cliffy !

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