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01-19-2014 17:27:42

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Billy, I took this pic tonight from my place looking south east at Albany, I know the pic isent too good, but maybe you can see the 4 towers lit up, in the middle of the pic, almost above the fence post. Wish I could take better pics, but this is from my iPhone. Ps, if your using your iPhone try zooming in.

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01-20-2014 06:30:34

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 Re: Billyny in reply to JayinNY, 01-19-2014 17:27:42  
Hi Jay ! Did not see this last night, is that the empire state plaza ? I can see the lights, like many of these devices with cameras, mine would be dark and grainy if there is such a word. I've got one of those HTC 1's supposed to be a little better in low light. I really should invest in some sort of a real camera, though the ones on our phones work well.

When I worked in the corning tower, from my desk, if I looked due north, I could see the big field behind our ridge as it is a high point, our 11 acre ridge is even higher, If I scaled a tree from there I am sure I could see clearly beyond that area. I need one of those tree-houses that have been on animal planet and discovery ! It seems that the terrain does odd things, trees and such block views, when I was younger I could see more, trees have grown all around. One of the strangest things I have noticed is that east of my and lower in elevation, I can see pinnacle mountain, the towers, somewhere near the Harley shop nearby, but you can't see it from my house on the hill, funny how that works, really odd.

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01-20-2014 16:38:10

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 Re: Billyny in reply to Billy NY, 01-20-2014 06:30:34  
By the way I agree how the view changes looking as your saying, were the heck did that go, or I dident see that befor. Lol, yes it is odd.

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01-20-2014 16:32:23

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 Re: Billyny in reply to Billy NY, 01-20-2014 06:30:34  
Yes that is the Corning tower , ya I wish I could take better pics. What I see and what the camara takes are 2 different things. Lol

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