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Welcome to The Kamalyn Factory Outlet: Odds and Ends and Overstocks, mostly from around New England. But sometimes Kamalyn (user 286174) throws me a miscellaneous bone, like with the Bean. The laugh is on her with that one. She thought her photo was better! :D _________________________________ But just like Kamalyn, I find that all of the Google changes to Panoramio have made the site too inaccessible for me to be able to actively visit the photos of others, or to comment or actively post photos anymore. (The geniuses at Google have made it so that Panoramio is VERY difficult to view even with Google's own Android platform!) Along with all the pointless changes, the reformat to an unusable and exclusively Google-Account forum has destroyed the site's once amazing sense of community. So while I do check in from time to time, apologies in advance for only sporadic replies to comments. Cheers.

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Thanks very much for the kind wishes Laszlo - Cheers to you!

Thanks very much for your kind comments schwarzweisz and Yuri - Greetings to you from New England :)

A slightly late Thanks not1word and Cal! oooooo, coming across a field of these now would be so nice!

Thanks medved_ua

Thanks very much for your visits, the likes, and the votes Malacal and Leire13. Greetings from New England.

It's a few weeks belated, but Thanks Cal! It was cold, but still was a gorgeous morning.

Thanks very much for your visit and the Like australien - Greetings from Boston

Thanks very much for the nice comment and the vote Jari!

Well done Bits-n-Pieces - did you get permission from N.A.S.A. to borrow their Loon-R Lander ? Now if we could just get those B.C. folks ( British Columbia - not Before Christ ) to quit bothering those eagles and concentrate on loons ...

Thanks very much for your visits crina stanciu and australien67h. Greetings from Boston :)

Excellent photograph. That Tilt'n Diner used to be a regular stop for my me and my old ski friends on our way to Gunstock. This photo is my style of night photography. I see you used ISO 400 f4.0 at .015s. I always use a mini tripod resting on a car door or something. I would have used ISO 80, 15 second exposure at the highest f setting possible. Unless ISO 100-200 might be better with the highest f setting.

A thousand WelMComes ;))

Thanks bits, Cheers



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