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See you at Sunrise

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Hidden : 09/23/2004
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Get your head on Sunrise on se7en. or maybe in the background of the se7en news

I have no affiliation with the tv shows or station involved in this, but i thought it was a great idea.
Sevens sunrise programs ,and now their evening news, are broadcast from a studio with a view. Martin place Sydney can be seen from the windows behind the presenters, and they often have outdoor presentations, including famous singers and bands on Fridays.

So get your best caching gear on, and show your colors to the world by getting in-shot on sunrise. Even better wave a Geocaching flag or logo, and if possible get the website address in there somehow too.I know this will be dificilt to capture, but if you have video capture software you may be able to post the image yourself, or at least get it on video tape.

let us all know what day you will be attempting, by posting a note on the cache page, and I will record and capture your attempt for you, then email you the images so you can claim a find. And we can all watch you...Oh the joys of PVR on you new PC!Failing all these methods to get a picture, take your digital camera and get a shot of yourself with one of the team during an OB. (the weather guy, Grant Denier prowls the plaza talking to folks, so make yourself know to him)good luck ,and SEE you at Sunrise!

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