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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  September 29, 2008 11:31 PM

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"Newton Center looking rather colorful on a night when it had just rained but the air was very clear," according to this photographer. "I always liked the effect that the 6-sided aperture in my Olympus C-50 produced with bright lights at high F-stops. Unfortunately, this camera has started having some issues so I can't use it anymore."
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