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November 11, 2006


This is very nice for now! We'll all be tired of the bare tree branches before spring, but against that sky they're wonderful.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Very nice! I love the bare limbs, the clouds, and the colors.

That really makes me feel that it's cold there.

That is beautiful...I think I saw and paid attention to that sunset.

Spectacular amazing beautiful image!

Camera is a Kodak EasyShare DX7630.

I used the 'landscape' setting to capture the colors - they are pretty darn close to what my eye was seeing.

I love this camera. It's got a great battery life and has a rechargeable battery so you don't have to swim through the disposables. It's appalling how much waste some of these digitals produce, in batteries.

Great sunset photo. Nicely saturated colors. Reminds me to take some time to looks around especially at the sunrise and sets instead of fussing with the daily drudge.

I have bought only cameras that take AA batteries so I can use rechargeable nihms. AAs are avail. everywhere so I will never be caught w/o power. It is amazing how fast my old cameras do go through the batteries before they need recharging. Apparently the newer ones are better at power management. I need a new better resolution camera so my pics turn out better like yours.

Ki, we at this household for some reason have no luck with rechargeables.

We have gone through three chargers and Mark has discarded batteries that were only used once, that never seemed to take a recharge. (on my protest, but I'm a packrat and he's the engineer with four degrees, so he must know what he is doing, right? *rolls eyes* we are both at sea)

I blame poor quality control on the manufacturing end, but it has discouraged me from the AA rechargeable route.

Great sunset Jenn. Obviously one of the beauties of autumn (fall) is seeing your deciduous trees bare themselves for the winter onslaught. They look incredibly architectural silhouetted against the sky.

I love sunsets at this time of year; they somehow have a bittersweet feeling to them; end of the day... end of the year.

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