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    After you all left, I practiced being homeless. I checked out at 12, the hotel kept my luggage and I headed out with my camera for a walking tour. Liz was on my mind when I saw the extreme gecko.

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    Linda,
    Very nice, thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Linda! Those are awesome! And I'm glad I am not the only one who takes photos of seagulls!

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    Linda,

    Why didn't I see all those beautiful sites? Great work.

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    Great stuff, Linda. As soon as I got to Tampa, I rued my decision to leave my camera home. There was lots of cool stuff to photograph, and plenty of great light. I would have loved to have taken the time to take the camera for a walk like you did, and been happy to get the results you did. Very nice.
    Mark Levesque, CPP, M. Photog., Cr. Photog, A.C. Ph., CPP Liaison, PPCC Judge

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    thanks Mark. Travelling without a camera is not a choice for me.

    My feet didn't like the walk...wore those same sandals all summer and this walk, I got a blister. I think it was because of all the bad shoe choices made through out the week. Felt very vulnerable as I washed my foot in the restroom by the lobby of the hotel I had checked out of. As I said, kept waiting to be kicked out as a vagabond homeless person!
    Linda Gregory
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    Hi group;

    A friend of mine brought home an "Our PPA" ribbon & I got it from him today. I'm going to put on on my state association badge. That way I can tell anyone asking what that is about the Forum. And, if any of you ever come to one of our Pa. meetings you will see it and know me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda Gregory View Post
    Traveling without a camera is not a choice for me.
    GREAT! Linda, I may have walked over that draw bridge a few times, but never saw it up. Me: I had Nikon D70s and D200 with me, but mostly carried Fuji E550, a P&S! Lesson learned - gotta do it!

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    Glad I could teach you something, George! You were so full of information, it'd be nice to pay back a little!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda Gregory View Post
    Glad I could teach you something, George! You were so full of information, it'd be nice to pay back a little!
    Usually, I do carry a DSLR, but had not carried my comfortable shoulder bag. I traveled with cameras & computer in a rolling carry on bag. I hate to walk around with camera around neck like a "tourist", BUT I could have used the Imaging canvas bag with a soft lens wrap I had with me in the bottom.

    The lesson is: I will! However, I have not yet downloaded any P&S images, which are often better than I anticipate. I clicked off about 7 to consider a panorama.

    I was full of information? I can not imagine what? Those who want to Paint a little and read & see images Michael Campbell posts, he has joined Marilyn Sholin's "Paint Outside the Frame" forum, which has an annual fee. You may be able to view a little before the fee. A great deal of info to see there. I was the trustee in his class at NEIPP school two years ago - unbelievable, especially for the likes of me with no formal art or painting education. I am slowly trying to do more Painting; collectively "we need to have a product" that the "digital debbie" out there can not do.

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