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                   Monday, September 8, 2008 - 7:36PM

Miscellaneous photos

By DAN ROBINSON
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Just to keep the gap between blog posts from getting too long, here are some shots from Pittsburgh back in June. These first two are from the National Aviary.


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Crowd shot at PNC Park:


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Trying out my brother's new Canon 15mm fisheye lens on the XSi:


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Not much else going on to talk about. Hurricane Ike is a non-issue for me at the moment, landfalling way too far away to make a business chase profitable nor a leisure chase affordable. As always, there is a slim chance that I'll get a call back for a paid coverage gig, but I'm not holding my breath. With landfall likely during the day on a Saturday just a few hours from Oklahoma, it's going to be a storm observer bonanza. Other than Ike, the US weather is as boring as it gets - typical for late summer. Some storms are in the forecast here tonight and tomorrow, but it's doubtful we'll see much. I still have not made my New River Gorge trip due to persistent clouds. I'm actually thinking of doing some aerials of the gorge and the bridge if I can get a clear day in the next couple of weeks.

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