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post #411 of 1091 Old 10-07-2010
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Another pic from Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010 in the mouth of Antipoision Creek as the sun was going down:


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Our April trip this year.

Then Ft. Myers mooring

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Generally, that is easiest to do if the photos are hosted on a webserver someplace, then you can use the IMG tags to insert the photos where you want them, like this:



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OK.

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Nice shots sailingdog... love those "smoky" skies!

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Umm...thanks, but those aren't my photos... they were in the quote box as when I was replying, but I'm not sure who owns them.
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Nice shots sailingdog... love those "smoky" skies!

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Some pretty clouds at sunrise, over The Narrows between Nevis and St. Kitts...
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Some pretty clouds at sunrise, over The Narrows between Nevis and St. Kitts...
Nice hphoen, cool cloud formations!

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Sailmates looks pretty small behind this 50 footer on Lake Michigan with the sun setting.

Here is a sunrise on Lake Michigan not as nice as the sunsets (I think)

And here a couple of more sunsets





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