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Cameraman Chuck Tjeltweed, left, and "Travel Guide New Mexico" host Richard Holcomb on Tuesday film a plaque that gives further insight into the Fort Bayard Theater.

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Dec 19, 2009
 
Speaking as a surveyor, the guy behind the camera should not be straddling the tripod leg...Sure sign of a noobe, or a poser.Is he the real camera man?
Ed Conley

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Dec 20, 2009
 
As a local video producer here in Silver City,It sure would have been nice to be able to bid on that job. Unfortunately, they never say anything about paying gigs to us locals, but always want us to do video for free.

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