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Howdy All,

One from a re-enactment at Beaumont Ranch near Grandview Texas

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Modded D70S

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Guest Antoinette

Looks a bit like a seen in a old western movie. Shame it doesn't look a bit sharper.

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Guest Panther

Looks a bit like a seen in a old western movie. Shame it doesn't look a bit sharper.

Howdy Antoinette,

Thanks so much for your reply and thoughts, actually the gass. blur was intentional, and the image was presented with the look that I was going for.

Happy Holidays!!

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