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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.

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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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