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A collection of miscellaneous early-morning shots from DTK in the last few weeks. #phoneisnotacamera but at this resolution it still works.  And it sure is handy ...

   

   

   

   

   
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Sunset last night in Hespeler.

   
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Sunrise at Sun Life.

Apologies for the grainy cell phone zoom quality, but I thought this looked neat.

Taken from GRH.

EDIT:  Removed the picture for now.  I think I have better on my other camera... Will update over next few days.
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Just FYI timio, here's how your post looks:

   

You need to resize your photos before posting, and add them inline (click "Insert into post", not as attachments).
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Attachment works, too, as long as it's resized (that's how I do all my photos). Image size is the key.
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I only mentioned "Insert Into Post" as it just makes your post look a whole lot cleaner, that's all. Smile
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Sorry, cell phone on no sleep. I'll fix it when I get access to a computer.
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