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Thank you, Marcia and Roger!

by Angeline Booher / April 2, 2006 12:58 AM PST

Your photo albums were of places I have never been, and sights I have never seen.

So many interesting, historic, and beautiful things to see in this land of ours... "from sea to shining sea".

Your thoughtful sharing of your experiences through photos is greatly appreciated!

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Well, Gosh! You are welcome, Angeline
by MarciaB / April 2, 2006 4:17 AM PDT

My pleasure, by the way. I enjoy the opportunity to share, brag, etc. with y'all. Everyone is so nice to take the time to look and comment.

I also enjoy the chance, as you said, to share the experiences of others. There are many, many places I have never been and would love to see.

I was talking with Kelton about the "seeing with your own eyes" and then "looking at a photo," and how it is so different. A photo just doesn't really capture the beauty or grandeur of something in the same way as the eye. I mentioned this to him as we were looking out over the Grand Canyon. After we got home and loaded the pics on the computer and we were all looking at them, I asked him if he remembered our conversation. He said he did, and that something as BIG as the GC was a good example of this.

Still special to have the memories through photos, however, and to share with others.

Thanks, Angeline,


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Of course you're welcome
by Roger NC / April 2, 2006 8:25 AM PDT

Glad you enjoyed it.

We both enjoy taking pictures, although as Marcia well noted, some things are much less in photo than in real life.

Looking out from mountain lookouts is only faintly captured in photos, but their still great to have.

Hey, gotta brag somewhere that I've travelled more than back and forth to work, even if I'm not now (not even really inclined to be) a world traveller.


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