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    Understandable some folks leave out external pics, it can give the location away

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Understandable some folks leave out external pics, it can give the location away
    Never thought of it like that, makes sense though.

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    To tell the truth, I didn't even think about taking any outside shots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean of Wales View Post
    To tell the truth, I didn't even think about taking any outside shots...
    Sometimes externals is all you get
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