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    You are a Digital ACE Chris.
    What a great job!
    Master Of Photo Manipulation!

    There was a time when you could believe what you saw in a "Photograph" ~ Those days sure are gone.


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    Thx QK - it should be a bit clearer really but the original was so small that it becomes a battle of the pixels.

    More time might do it better but compromize is often the name of the game.
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    Good work on the photo, Chris!

    That gun looks like it should be a key fob.

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    [QUOTE=Euclidean]A millimeter can be thought of as the width of your fingernail, a centimeter can be thought of as the width of your finger, a decimeter can be thought of as the width of your hand, and a meter as the length of your arm. This one works best on an adult woman in my experience.
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    Not to be 'picky' but don't you mean 'a millimeter can be thought of as the 'thickness ' of your fingernail? otherwise that would mean your finger would be 10 times the width of your fingernail !
    (don't you just hate nit-pickers?! ...I'm just in a nit-pickin' mood today....I apologize. Your references/comparisons are a good way to remember the relative size visuals . Thanks for them.
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