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October 25, 2007

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jane when i order coffee

have you gotten to the bottom of your blue pictures? if not, check your white balance settings. if you know that already, sorry if that's annoying. xoxojaleen

jane when i order coffee

have you gotten to the bottom of your blue pictures? if not, check your white balance settings. if you know that already, sorry if that's annoying. xoxojaleen

cm

I love what you are doing and it really resonates! thank you.
I lived in the Bay area and took the train to up the Delta a few times to visit family in Stockton. It reminded me of Lousiana and how as a "fast" traveller one experiences such a unique, but in someways flat, sensation of place. One the train, or on the highway, you're limited in opportunities for curiousity and its resulting detours and revelations. You inspire me :)

Greg Johnson

Visit the photo tour of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Old Main Line to see a similar effort in Maryland. Of course this web site is propelled by the railfan impulse, but the soul is there.
- Greg

Sammy

It's amazing how much you "see" and yet how little you actually "understand". Perhaps it's just your style of commentary.

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