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    Default Arm sunset

    This was taken late august. Just out little digital as i was driving down turnagain arm, The wife was hanging out the window as i drove
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    Great shot Chuck!

    Not trying to hijack your post ...

    I gotta say that I must have been right behind you when I took these shots.

    Look familiar?



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    Outstanding images of a sunset w/ a point and shoot camera while DRIVING !!

    Just goes to show & prove to you, you do not need top of the line equipment to create stunning ART !

    Thanks for posting that and the TEXT for an explanation !!

    Awesome images !! all of them !!

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    Eddie,

    Love that first shot with the birds/sun. Awesome man!!
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    No doubt. You must have been real close to june and I. It was the 3rd weekend of august and you did no hijack it. Those are some beatiful pics of yours
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    Chuck does this mean i have to start packing the wife along? i hate stopping...great sots both....

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    LOL vince it helps for the pictures thats for sure. It is a bit safer
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    Default Stop the Car..

    Next time Chuck..
    That was a evening to remember by the looks of it,,
    But,, even at that,, the pictures from a moving car are not bad at all..
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