Arizona

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    I haven't posted in a bit, but I went to Arizona for a family reunion over my spring break, and here are just a few shots from some exploring I did. 8)

    1) A hike at sunrise (I'm never awake for sunrise! it was a big deal! :lol: )
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    2) A view of Camelback mountain in Scottsdale
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    3) This was a surprise view at the top of an amazing hike! Well worth the few miles to the top.
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    The trip made me wish I weren't stranded at school in the middle of Ohio :confused:
     
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    I love the last one. Looks like you have a couple of spots of dust on your sensor.
     
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    Yeah I noticed that dust, where would it be on the camera? I can't seem to locate it!
     
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    What kind of camera are you using? Digital SLR? If it is a digital SLR it is probably on the sensor. You would have to check your manual to see how to safely clean it. I have a canon 300D and have had this problem a few times, there is a setting in the menu for cleaning the CMOS sensor. It locks the mirror up to give access to the sensor. I just use a blower to carefully remove any dust.
     

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