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Old Oct 22, 2011, 5:41 PM   #41
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I've been ducking out of these "5 of" threads after the first time around. It's so freeking intimidating.!!!

Some outstanding stuff in here.

I've been enjoying the last batch and decided I'll put 5 in of mine from a trip to the Oregon Coast last month. I put a few in B&W for a mood shot wall in my basement. Can't have a printer and a blank wall in the house..

"Misty Morning in Oceanside"

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Ken, these are outstanding, the last one being my favorite. You have no reason to feel intimidated.
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No show stoppers,just a bit of a mix...
A bit of Snowdonia(and it's railway),a Welsh dragon,a Remembrance March and a sunset...
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Ken, these are outstanding, the last one being my favorite. You have no reason to feel intimidated.
Thanks Jerry. Screwed up on the 3rd one, rule of thirds and all that!

Simon, nice shots from North Wales. My dad was born in Bangor and I used to ride my bike around Snowdonia. Thanks for the memories.
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Your welcome Ken...
Small world,eh...!
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Small world,eh...!
I see you're a keep fit guy. I used to run up and down the Breckon Beacons a few (50 ) years back, when I was with the Paras. What fun...
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Old Jan 4, 2012, 12:35 PM   #47
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here's hoping not to lower the standard of the thread too much but as im only in my 3rd month of serious photography i had less to choose from. please feel free to assist with any advice you can give, as im happy to learn from such a wealth of talent that is so obviously present. the moon was shot just last night, and the others go way way back to november when i first got my pana fz100 they run in recent to earliest so hopefully im improving lol
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I love to see where everyone is from in the world as i will never see such sights so these shots are wonderful to see - thank you all.
Wish everyone would tell us what camera they are using too thought.
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The first two were shot with the Fuji S5200 and the other three were shot with the Fuji HS20. I'm getting the Canon Rebel T2i DSLR soon and I can't wait to see what I can do with it. Hope you like them.
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This is an inspiring thread. These 5 were taken with a variety of cameras from point and shoots to a DSLR. The pano is from the Empire State Building and the truck sculpture is from Burning Man.
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