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    So does NO ONE have a family heirloom?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgnoi1
    So does NO ONE have a family heirloom?!?
    i know i sure dont.

    im waiting for the next one.
    -Jay

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    Here is a ring I got from my great great grandmother, great grandmother, grandmother, mother and now me..........so i would guess this qualifies as an heirloom......



    now go find.................a picture of your name in a funky design......
    As of April 22dn I am now Mrs. Aron Cartes.. (aceman152)

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    Oh I'm out of this one for sure!

    Nice ring, I like how you set it up, might have to give that a try. Can't wait to see what the next challenge will be! Someone hurry up and find their name
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    l you can make your name out of anything you find (ie: pencils, rocks, just be creative when spelling your name, no hand writing then taking a picture of it.)
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    Oh that I can do!!
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    this work?



    how about a pic of a dark scene?
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    nobody?
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    I think it works

    now you have to pick the next topic...
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    He did, a dark scene.....I am contemplating it......maybe I will stop being lazy and fix it.
    Canon Cameras: S2-IS, 20D, 30D
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    Tamron 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3, Sigma 105mm f/2.8, Sigma "Bigma" 50-500mm f/4-6.3

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