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Old Jan 3, 2008, 6:23 AM   #1
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Stopped totake a few picsand then went on walking, gazing thebeauty of the cityscapesweeping by my side as well asthe view of the overall humanityin my mind! recalling the economists say that they aren't expecting a better year unless some miracle happens,speaking ofthemortgagecrisis andetc...

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Old Jan 3, 2008, 6:25 AM   #2
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good old S 70 again : ) @ 1/500; F: f/4 ; Iso 50
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Old Jan 3, 2008, 10:23 AM   #3
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Stopped totake a few picsand then went on walking, gazing thebeauty of the cityscapesweeping by my side as well asthe view of the overall humanityin my mind! recalling the economists say that they aren't expecting a better year unless some miracle happens,speaking ofthemortgagecrisis andetc...

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Beautiful pictures, bahadir. The light triangle/cone in the first one is ..... and corresponds very well with the solar beam - a divine ray of light. This picture´s got it all

Triangle within a triangle, most fascinating. Heritage from Pythagoras

This scene will "probably"/ "of course" never ever come back in this universe. Luck that someone has frozen the moment

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BTW What did you use to get the shot that sharp. Alan T might "do the mathematics" on the triangles
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Beautiful shots and silhouette......well done.................musket.
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Old Jan 4, 2008, 2:00 AM   #5
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Great photo, Bahadir!
I prefer first version as light triangle makes it really special in my opinion.
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Old Jan 4, 2008, 8:40 AM   #6
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Beautiful pictures, bahadir. The light triangle/cone in the first one is ..... and corresponds very well with the solar beam - a divine ray of light. This picture´s got it all
Triangle within a triangle, most fascinating. Heritage from Pythagoras
This scene will "probably"/ "of course" never ever come back in this universe. Luck that someone has frozen the moment
BTW What did you use to get the shot that sharp. Alan T might "do the mathematics" on the triangles
Thanks for theeloquent feedback, Torgny! May we all see that divine lightsomewhere when in need..andthe evening sun whichone can shareone's loneliness does not findanother window...

Ah, I alwaysremembermy fellowman Pythagoras with gratitude especially whenwalking across a park or somewhere drawing a hypotenuse : )

Btw, no sharpening was applied ; )

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Beautiful shots and silhouette......well done........
Thanks for the incentive

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Great photo, Bahadir!
I prefer first version as light triangle makes it really special in my opinion.
Thank you sensovision !

You know, sometimes the absence of something emphasize its presence even more: )







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Beautiful shots. The two of them together produces a vague sadness at the passing of the light and also of another year.

And the "triangle" is especially appropriate. Primitive men built huge monuments as calendars in stone, to mark the passing seasons. It would be interesting to see if Bahadir could get that same triangle in the same place one year from now.


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Beautiful shots. The two of them together produces a vague sadness at the passing of the light and also of another year.

And the "triangle" is especially appropriate. Primitive men built huge monuments as calendars in stone, to mark the passing seasons. It would be interesting to see if Bahadir could get that same triangle in the same place one year from now.
I'm delighted to read your wise comment whichinspired me togoasfar as five milleniato the era of the ziggurats,stonehenge and the pyramids...and back again to 2008 AD! to try it at thesameplaceafteroneyear: )
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Great shots arkadias, i do like the first one better myself, i see you still enjoy the S80
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Old Jan 7, 2008, 10:35 AM   #10
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Great shots arkadias, i do like the first one better myself, i see you still enjoy the S80
Thanks foryour kind appreciation and indicating your preference, arkadaş!

Actually #2 was intendedascomplementary to reveal the mood of 'being deprived of'in the way I explained to sensovision above.

As for the S70, yeah, it's been one of my luckiest buysin the past decade!!
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