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I have never heard of trap focus. Wow, I'm running around the house trying it now. I really like it. It certainly will have some applications in my future, Thank you very much. You are the MAN!
Usually I also suggest trap focus... but this was AF-C with auto area AF. I was lucky.
 

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Looks like the guy is having a pee, and his wife is applauding (sp?) !

...but it's a funny image !

Cheers,
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TIBM is going in circles.
 
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The image below me is something associated with TEA


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Traffic circles with parking!?! Are those people illegally parked do you think?
 
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Shaun, you are really trying to get me in trouble. Besides, she is the only one willing to take care of me. She has put up with me for many a year.
Hey, you started it!!! :biggrin: Mine was just too good to pass up. Tell her sorry for me, willya? LOL!

Ok, back to associated with TEA (whatever that is! :confused:) Tea? Green tea? Herbal Tea?
 
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tea
n noun
1 a hot drink made by infusing the dried, crushed leaves of the tea plant in boiling water. Øthe dried leaves used to make tea. Øa similar drink made from the leaves, fruits, or flowers of other plants.
2 the evergreen shrub or small tree which produces tea leaves, native to south and east Asia. [Camellia sinensis.]
3 chiefly British a light afternoon meal consisting of sandwiches, cakes, etc., with tea to drink. ØBritish a cooked evening meal.

ORIGIN
C17: probably via Malay from Chinese (Min dialect) te, related to Mandarin chá; cf. char3.
 
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