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Old 09-14-2009, 07:15 PM   #1
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SCRANTON is about 25 minutes from our pa house. its a pretty nice place to visit for a day or 2

finally got around to updating the scranton pictures we took so heres the new look:











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Some of those photos look like paintings to me. My gosh...just beautiful. Frame, frame, frame! Wow!
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Very high pixel photos. As for Scranton, my wife ran a marathon there back in 2003. The hills are a killer.
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One more thing. What kind of camera did you use?
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Very high pixel photos. As for Scranton, my wife ran a marathon there back in 2003. The hills are a killer.
Gulp. I'm told it's one of the fastest marathons out there, because it's a pretty big net downhill. True, down hills can be very tough on the quads, especially if you get sucked into going too fast. It's on my list for 2010.
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Very high pixel photos. As for Scranton, my wife ran a marathon there back in 2003. The hills are a killer.
actually the pixel count isnt much at all on web postings, these are pretty low being only 800x600.

these pics were taken with a nikon d80 with nikon 18-200mm and nikon d300 with 17-55mm
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actually the pixel count isnt much at all on web postings, these are pretty low being only 800x600.

these pics were taken with a nikon d80 with nikon 18-200mm and nikon d300 with 17-55mm
Thanks. The color rendering is amazing.
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