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User:Digon3

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All pictures taken by me and uploaded before December 25, 2007 were taken with a Canon PowerShot S400 (4 Mega Pixels). Otherwise, it was taken with either the Canon PowerShot S400 or the Canon EOS 400D.

If you need help with anything please ask me on my talk page.

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Bryce Canyon Hoodoos.jpg Bryce Canyon Amphitheater Hoodoos Panorama.jpg Seahorse Skeleton Macro 8 - edit.jpg Blue Angels NAS Jacksonville Air Show 2452.JPG


Silurian Orthoceras Fossil Macro 2.JPG Natural Copper Ore Macro 1.JPG Malachite Macro 43.jpg Florida Box Turtle Digon3.jpg



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Bryce Canyon Amphitheater Hoodoos Panorama.jpg
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For your great photos.  Rhanyeia 16:36, 4 September 2007 (UTC)                  

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I hereby award you the Original Barnstar for your efforts to beautify the planet via your photographic contributions to Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons.   — Jeff G. (talk|contribs) 03:05, 29 July 2007 (UTC)

What is a Digon?Edit

A digon is a degenerate polygon or shape that has two sides. It is impossible to make on a flat surface, called a plane because the sides would be the same, but possible to make on a sphere. It can be made by picking two places on a circle and connecting them. If the places are opposite each other, the digon is called a regular digon.
Regular digon in spherical geometry

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