Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by rogerw, May 3, 2007.
Will this grade work ok for larger diesel?
What? I don't see any pictures.
Depends. How fast will the diesel go? :lol::lol:
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It depends on if it will have a few helper engines!
Nice to see we still have a sense of humor.:mrgreen::mrgreen:
Got my new camera and have been getting ready for my trip to wisconsin( T minus 13 days) just playing around with it. Its a cannon A570is was $240 shipped to door with a free 2gb card from newegg.com.
one of my kids(buddy)
and one macro shot
So are these photo's from this camera. The photo's look very nice and clear. looks like a nice buy.
I think if you had a big running start. LoL:-D
Was this the NASA train that people were talking about?
Prepare for liftoff.
That's the diesel power for the missile defense rail car isn't it?
Those dogs look really well modeled, almost a perfect 1:1 scale.
Pics look good to me. In my opinion, you can't go wrong with a Canon digital camera. I got a 5 megapixel Powershot A80 for about 3 years ago, and still love it.
Yes those pics are from the my new cannon a570is. free 2gb card till 5/31 at newagg
Oh sure...Those MOPACS have plenty of power...Question is....Do they have MAGNA-TRACTION..?? :mrgreen:
lol and not to mention the writing on that lighter, must almost be microscopic how small of a ball point pen did you use to lable that lighter like 0.02?? exellent modeling almost life like!
You are going to complete that loop for continous running aren't you Roger?
accually ralph I was doing some spring cleaning and came across a old turbo train I had given my step son 10 years ago. Just so happened my new camera showed up that day and couldnt resist taking a crazy pic. But turbo train has gone on to the big landfill in the sky.
are you going to post that picture?
What pic Joesho?
Will work until gravity comes into play.
Mission control T minus 10 days and counting for my trip.
ah , thats a roger roger.:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
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