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    nuclear phySSics

    Won't you be my neighbor?

    Canon g5 and a little photoshop (B/W, sharpen and shadow)
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    Bonking ... not feelin' well Well, if it makes you feel any better...

    My home province likely provided the uranium in that lovely little thing, as we [Saskatchewan] provide something like 75% of the uranium to the world market.

    Go us.

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    You don't know how much I like that pic.

    Which plant is that? looks pretty flat near there, East coast? mebbe a TVA unit?

    thanks

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    Harris Lake in North Carolina

    reasonably flat.

    It's not all bad though. They did donate the land to the county to create the park where we built the trails. Given the fact that it's a park, near a nuke, there is virtually no hunting around the area at all. You see lots of wildlife riding here compared to other spots in the area. I believe that the limited hunting has created a safe zone for the deer and turkeys as they are quite prevelant.

    I've ridden by it a hundred times and just decided to take some photos yesteday. Glad you like it.
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    Great Pic!

    nice composition. I'm amazed that you are willing to carry a G5 with you when you ride offraod. I've got a S70 (pocket-sized with the cover-up lens) and am still afraid to bring it with me. I guess I might end up on the ground than most. You never know when you have to bail.

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    Nice picture....tricky..... but nice

    I was very impressed and wondered how many times you had to have a buddy ride by to get that just right, then I noticed your very unusual drop-outs and odd caliper placement. It all came together for me then. Stll a nice shot if not nice neighbors
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    That's "Nuke u lar" silly.
    I would rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy. W.C. Fields

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    Very nice. Thanks for posting.

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    you can bring camera everywhere

    I try to always carry my camera. Just never know when you need it.

    New England Blizzard two weeks ago...

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    Nice pic Striker! Definitely worth hauling the camera along. I usually just toss my $200 Nikon 3200 in a pocket. Officially named the lightest digital camera on the market by Backpacker mag or something.

    Don't suppose you could send me a copy of that pic big enough to be a wallpaper for my computer? I'd tell everyone you took it and not me...promise.
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