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Old 01-30-2006, 12:28 AM   #11
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20D is a nice camera. It can take some amazing photos.
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20D is a nice camera. It can take some amazing photos.
Imagine, if you will, sitting down to a nice meal prepared by your mother (or wife), you really like the meal, it tastes delicious. Now imagine telling your mother (or wife), Mom (or Honey), that meal was amazing, those pots you have sure do cook good.

I wonder what they would say.....
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20D is a nice camera. It can take some amazing photos.
Imagine, if you will, sitting down to a nice meal prepared by your mother (or wife), you really like the meal, it tastes delicious. Now imagine telling your mother (or wife), Mom (or Honey), that meal was amazing, those pots you have sure do cook good.

I wonder what they would say.....
sorry man. Didn't mean to step all over your skills there. You are a talented photographer. Keep up the good work.
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