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Old Sep 11, 2010, 6:15 AM   #1
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Old Sep 11, 2010, 6:41 AM   #2
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Old Sep 11, 2010, 6:45 AM   #3
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Thanks for posting. I'm more interested in the buildings of Europe. Canada is a pretty new country and we don't have much old stuff. I like to think of myself as interested in things man has made, not just man-made.
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Thanks for posting. I'm more interested in the buildings of Europe. Canada is a pretty new country and we don't have much old stuff. I like to think of myself as interested in things man has made, not just man-made.

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Yes. You made me think of this view from Nya AllÚn Park. Hope you like it. Yes, Europe is "The real thing" here

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Please visit Anatolia someday. History is everywhere even in modern cities.

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Thanks. Forgive the stupid comment on Europe. Culture began elsewhere. Would like to visit Anatolia again. Been to Konya once

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Don't we all see wonderful things. Communicating that is another matter
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I hope you would visit Mevlana Place's in Konya and got picture of Rumi's tomb also there are a lot of good places, if you want to visit again please ask me which places is good for photographic trip

I see histograms of your pictures and it seems they are ok, may i ask you, you used anyting for correct exposure? Hand, grass or gray card etc...?
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I hope you would visit Mevlana Place's in Konya and got picture of Rumi's tomb also there are a lot of good places, if you want to visit again please ask me which places is good for photographic trip

I see histograms of your pictures and it seems they are ok, may i ask you, you used anyting for correct exposure? Hand, grass or gray card etc...?

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I'd be happy to do so. Thank you very much. There are people around this forum with much better technical awareness, knowledge and skills

(RAW+JPEG. RAW if something goes totally wrong)

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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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