Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Clermont
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I am an open vessel. My main purpose? Be a blessing. How can I do that? Make myself available to Him to be used how He sees fit. I am ready. Whatever He wants I want. Whatever He wants to do I want to do. Honestly I have no other purpose. It's been a while. It's been a long time coming. Here we go Lord send ...
... smaller lens opening so it isn't as good in tricky lighting but the zoom range makes it much more versatile than the 16mm. It also does not distort images as much as the 16mm fisheye. Notice that the maximum lens opening varies between f/3.5 and f/4.5. That means that at 18mm it opens wider than it does at 35mm. A fixed f/2.8 would be better but costs four times as much.
Nikon 50mm f/1.4 Lens - This is considered a "standard" lens and ...
What a lovely day. Probably my favourite day of all in Florida. We started and ended the day with the safari and saw so many different kinds of animals. It did take a long time to get there but it was definitely worth it. We went on: Kilimanjaro Safari - amazing Pangani forest exploration - lovely Wildlife express train Affection section - selfie with goat, lovely Watched the festival of the lion king - better then I remembered, amazing ...
... campground, an old rusted out van with (at this point we figured) a person in it. No windows, no lights on, no wave. We just drove past and found our own little spot. We set up camp, built a nice big fire of wood we bought from some random guy on the side of a rode in nowhere New Mexico. As we walked toward the little self pay station, we had to pass this van. As we passed, the high beams bolted on, shining at our backs. We both turn to ...
... After a few missed turns and improvised u-turns down country lanes we eventually navigated our way to a nice little clearing in the forest where the spring lies. After a spot of lunch we hired a canoe for a ridiculously inexpensive $16 and spent the next couple of hours paddling round the crystal clear waters of the creeks. We could see the fish in the water and even managed to get to within a few feet of a crane that was foraging around the shore. After our relaxing but ...