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Saturday, July 15, 2006 

So much for the hiatus.........

Some nearby 'industrial' images for your optical delight.

I am optically delighted -- this was definitely worth breaking your hiatus!

These are great -- love the lines!

Love the angle you took the top one at!

Oops, you left and came back and I didn't even notice! Sorry!

Like the pics.

We want more...we want more...We want more...We want more...we want more...We want more...We want more...we want more...We want more...etc.

Yes more please, a dinner break just isn't the same when I come here for a visit and find things quite the same, more of your quality posts please Jazzman.

Awesome shots. Hi! just passing by from Dr. John.

Great abstract photo, and will definitely go into the "Great Photos" page...

oh goody, glad you didn't stay away toooooooo long. I had just added you to my bookmark and was thinking poo! now he's off.

I like the photos. I always find industrial buildings intriguing and rather haunting.

As usual, great stuff!
Glad you are back!

Nice pictures Hi cool nice blog From Dr.johns Crazy Object b.

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