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Old Oct 31, 2007, 7:23 AM   #1
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The location isalmost 2 hours' hiking frommyflat in the city! But you feelin a different realm when you do nothear anything other than thevoice of the wind : )

Here are three images the first of two displaying the part of the same place: Balçova Dam. I'd like to know if you'd prefer the portrait or the landscape orientation ; )

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#3) Careful:!: Long vehicle : )-three shot stitchwork-
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Old Oct 31, 2007, 10:24 AM   #4
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Nice shots arkadias, all three are great but i prefer #2 but opinions do very, enjoying your K10 are we
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Old Oct 31, 2007, 3:03 PM   #5
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I would have to agree with Hercules on #2 being my favorite orientation, the pano is great!!!

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All three are good shots, making your hike worth the effort up the mountain. The landscape is my choice but I usually prefer landscape over portrait for most all shots.
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Great scenes, lots of leg exercise mixed in, well worth the hike..............musket
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Old Nov 1, 2007, 12:01 PM   #8
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Bahadir,

Your # 2 is my preferred choice. The framing drives the eye right into the heart of the valley to the river and yet there is sufficient (but not too much) presence of the surrounding hills to make one sense the breadth and depth of the hills as they descend to the river. I think all the elements come together in this one.

Your #1 isn't bad either, and if viewed just on its own merit, is a creditable scene.

Wonderful looking hiking country. Cheers, Dan
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Really like them all, Number 2 is my favourite orientation youve done a good job with that pano too, looks like a lovely place
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Old Nov 1, 2007, 7:35 PM   #10
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Nice shots arkadias, all three are great but i prefer #2 but opinions do very, enjoying your K10 are we
Thank you for letting me know about your preference, arkadaş!Though my initial impression was in favour of the first one I could not help but post the second one about which I'm happy aboutnow. Btw, you'll have to enjoy my K10D when my sigma lens returns from the service :-)

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I would have to agree with Hercules on #2 being my favorite orientation, the pano is great!!!

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All three are good shots, making your hike worth the effort up the mountain. The landscape is my choice but I usually prefer landscape over portrait for most all shots.
So, another vote for #2 ! Thank you for your appreciation : )

Really, I was fortunate enough topractice both of my favourites: Hiking and photographing!




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