7 days 20 of 52 Topic: “Sports” Rain Delay – HDR

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Week 20 of 52 Theme:

I’m sport for actively playing in the mud, who’s with me?… seven shot HDR with a 70-300mm on a Gorillapod Emphasis.
See my weblog entry about this shot below: newd7000user.wordpress.com/2013/06/twelve/7 days-20-of-52-topic…

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Not the Sports activities Network

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Not the Sports Network

ESPN GP18 #1804 rests at the south close of the Perkiomen Department in Pennsburg. This previous New York, Susquehanna & Western engine was obtained by the East Penn a few of decades in the past and is now employed on the Perkiomen Department. A handful of days a 7 days, they run from Pennsburg up to the interchange with Norfolk Southern at Emmaus Junction. Joining the 1804 is previous Conrail GP10 7554, which operated below completely for the superior part of the final 10 years.

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Most americans have a cell phone plan that allows them to keep in touch with their friends and family across the country. When cell phones first hit the market they were large and rather limited in functionality. Now they are much more technologically advanced  and can perform a multitude of functions. This improved functionality comes with a cost though. Cell phone bills are through the roof. You may have found yourself asking yourself “How can I save  money on my cell phone bill without cutting back on the functions that I need”. Fret no more. Thankfully this helpful guide will give you some real world tips and tricks for lowering your monthly cell phone bill and keeping your money in your pocket. Consider some of this awesome advice the next time you change carriers or need a new plan.


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