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Old Dec 5, 2007, 6:12 PM   #11
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Youlive in a beautiful country.....thank you for posting the photo's and letting us see a small part of your world.
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Old Dec 5, 2007, 6:38 PM   #12
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Youlive in a beautiful country.....thank you for posting the photo's and letting us see a small part of your world.
Thank you forthe kind message!When I go out somewhere, thinking of friends hereI alsotake my camera with me : )
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Old Dec 5, 2007, 11:12 PM   #13
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Beautiful scenery! I wish we could hike together!!!

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Old Dec 6, 2007, 1:24 AM   #14
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Beautiful scenery! I wish we could hike together!!!

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This is what I also wish when I see your Sedona Arizona pictures my friend, whichcould make a great photographic workshop as wellJust let me know if you prefer steak or chicken:lol:
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Old Dec 6, 2007, 4:02 AM   #15
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A realy nice series, scenes and shots......................musket
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Old Dec 6, 2007, 5:29 AM   #16
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....teflon pan..... wine ....buythem newthat morning...
Clearly a superfit rambler, not only K10D (& lenses?) but cast frying pan, lots of food & a 750mL glass bottle. Were all your pictures better or worse (a) technically, and (b) artistically before or after the wine? I love all these.

Let's see more, please!
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Old Dec 6, 2007, 7:18 AM   #17
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A realy nice series, scenes and shots......................musket
Thank you for the incentive feedback

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....teflon pan..... wine ....buythem newthat morning...
Clearly a superfit rambler, not only K10D (& lenses?) but cast frying pan, lots of food & a 750mL glass bottle. Were all your pictures better or worse (a) technically, and (b) artistically before or after the wine? I love all these.

Let's see more, please!
Ha ha:lol: That's nothing!! I even put my+55 friends'items into my backpack before the hike!You know the expression:A camel does not considerhis humpa burden:G

Btw, I know no activity, especiallyin the realm ofaesthetics,which couldgo worse either technically or artistically aftersome wine! You can evenexpect someimprovement, I assure you

Thank you forindicating yourkind appreciation!




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Very Nice Bahadir as usual. I would love to see a close up of the fence. It looks inviting for further investigation. Red wine with Chicken???????? Oh, well those long hikes are difficult in chilling the white wine....

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Old Dec 7, 2007, 9:38 AM   #19
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Beautiful shots Bahadir! Nice to see you've adjusted to the dslr so smoothly. My favorite shot is the flames and bottle of wine...super composition. I admire the insight you had for creating this photo. I don't think it would have ever dawned on me to compose such a photo. Very cool....cheers...Don
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Nice shots, number one is my favorite, though the food cooking in the pan did make me want to eat.
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