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Old Sep 12, 2010, 10:18 PM   #11
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These are great pics. I look at all building shots and close my eyes and click "back" when I see flower macros. Others probably do the opposite. That's Ok. Thanks for these. I only visited Europe once long ago and it was a driving tour. we saw SO MUCH! I was exhausted when we finished.

As for the "view from Nya Allen Park".. terrific. a few closer shots of doors and window detail might be interesting too.
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I've always wanted to work a couple of years as a fisherman and as a lumberjack in Canada.

Keep an eye at the Architecture section for buildings, European and others

Don't have detail pictures for that picture, but a closer photo of the building in Haga Park. Had trouble with the sky but anyhow

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Old Sep 13, 2010, 3:06 AM   #12
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Amazing pictures Torgny.. Really wish I had such a city to wonder in.
And I keep on getting amazed at the dynamic range of your camera and your eye for getting the perfect exposure, the setting requires.

I have walked around both Gothenburg and Stockholm and while Stockholm is beautiful I can't get past the brickwork in a lot of buildings in Gothenburg, along with it's parks and the trams. Västkusten !
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I will. thanks.
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Old Sep 14, 2010, 10:35 PM   #14
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Acapulco,

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You are very welcome to the city. Acapulco, you could almost walk or at least take the bike

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