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Old Aug 18, 2008, 11:51 PM   #1
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Finally took the long lens off, and went to the shore to catch the sunset. It was really cool. Lots of cloud and just the right amount of light...cheers..Don
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Old Aug 19, 2008, 12:06 PM   #2
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Hey, I remembersome earlierpicturesthat youtook (too good to forget!)of the same place with the K10D... and nowwith the K20D! Hope the upgrade proved to be satisfactory for you : )
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Hey, I remembersome earlierpicturesthat youtook (too good to forget!)of the same place with the K10D... and nowwith the K20D! Hope the upgrade proved to be satisfactory for you : )
Thanks Bahadir. Yeah, I've taken too many pictures with too many cameras. In search perpetually for the perfect machine. Lol. Stupid me. There is no such thing....cheers...Don
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Old Aug 21, 2008, 10:20 AM   #4
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Hey, I remembersome earlierpicturesthat youtook (too good to forget!)of the same place with the K10D... and nowwith the K20D! Hope the upgrade proved to be satisfactory for you : )
Thanks Bahadir. Yeah, I've taken too many pictures with too many cameras. In search perpetually for the perfect machine. Lol. Stupid me. There is no such thing....cheers...Don
Never disappointed about the photographer behind the camera, which is most important, imo:-)

Btw, in yourgallery,I've just seenthe othershots fromthe seriesthat one belongs to
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Old Aug 21, 2008, 1:29 PM   #5
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Very nice, Don.

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Very nice.
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Very nice sunset shot
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Finally took the long lens off, and went to the shore to catch the sunset. It was really cool. Lots of cloud and just the right amount of light...cheers..Don
Don. That's a very interesting water surface. It makes the sea look like a massive body. By viewing this surface, this part of the sea, you imagine the whole sea

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