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Une belle pluie d'étoiles avec la vitesse lente. Beau travail. Un grand L + F. salutations de France

Superbe composition et belle lumière. L + F. cordialement. Christophe

Thank you, Vann - it certainly is a gorgeous space and I felt honored to be allowed to photograph it.

Hey, Jared, and thanks! Talk about a blast from the past! Hoping all is well ...

Thank you Kevin and Lizab

Very Beautiful Church Picture!!!!

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Thanks a bunch, Vann! This was the first sunrise I had photographed in quite some time. It sure gave me pretty colors.

I moved to Lowell (eastern Gaston County) in April of '14 and I don't get up that way much any more so I I haven't seen the new construction. I'll have to take a ride to see what's new.

Thanks, buddy! I still pucker up every time I open the pelican case!

HAHAHAHA ! That's a great story! I watched this guy for a couple of minutes (at a great distance) explaining something to the kids. I could only guess it was something about having a solid and level foundation for their sand castle. They just looked at him, like this, the whole time! :)

Luckily the spring sun had finally started to work effectively.

But you are still right. A little earlier in the winter it is often so that the shinier the sun the colder the air.

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