Home Sweet Home 1300 AD

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© Thomas Wiederhold
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UploadedAugust 23, 2009
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ModelStylus Photo RX700
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

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  • Karen Foto Fiddler

    Karen Foto Fiddler (Deleted) gave props (6 Sep 2009):

    These sort of places have always fascinated me...Wonder about how they really lived...and how hard it was...wonder about the lives that touched these stones and the tragedy and joys they shared...

  • Ann Reece

    Ann Reece   gave props (7 Sep 2009):

    I agree with Karen, I have read a series of books about people who lived back then. It was interesting reading and I know that the author did extensive research trying to find out about the age that she was writing in, so a lot of it is real, the places, plants, foods, etc., but of course the story of the people was fiction.

  • Thomas Wiederhold

    Thomas Wiederhold   said (7 Sep 2009):

    I lived in Farmington NM in the late 70's, My house was on the Mesa that backed up to Mesa Verde. I could walk out back and step back in time to the pit house that the Anazasi used before they moved into the cliffs. I loved the area and I loved the Native American Culture of the Four Corners region. My college time was spent studying the area and the past. I would love to move back someday,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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