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Old Oct 18, 2007, 3:57 AM   #1
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These were shoton my way toone- day- visit to Istanbul, some of which might rememberdue to some pictures I posted in Architectural photos.

Ah, the plexiglass was not verycooperative as usual:!:

Anyway, Ithink I started observing the roundness of our planet asin #1 : )




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Old Oct 18, 2007, 3:59 AM   #2
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#2) Love following the track of clouds whose shadows fall onto the sea
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#3) Spot metering does work! Ah, a polarizing filter might do a world of good on my S70 with an adapter of course!
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Old Oct 18, 2007, 4:04 AM   #4
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#4) Descending!
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#5) Btw, a candy floss hanging on our route : )
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Nice series of shots from above the clouds.....................musket

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/
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Nice shots arkadias, i remember your other topic as well, i alway's get bad feelings flying in planes though, but once i'm above the clouds i'm back to normal
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musket wrote:
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Nice series of shots from above the clouds.....................musket

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/
Thank you for your appreciaton, Musket : ) A great site indeed. ThereI'm drawn in by the catagories of cloudswhich feature many an adorable and interestingimages!

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety....showimage=3289,

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Nice shots arkadias, i remember your other topic as well, i alway's get bad feelings flying in planes though, but once i'm above the clouds i'm back to normal
Thank you my friend! I guess, having a beer or so at the airport could be good for you. Btw, one thing I'm pleased about Turkish Airlines is theirbeing generous ; )

Ah, as for me, just like a child, I still ask for a place near the window not miss anything:-)


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Nice series of shots from above the clouds.....................musket

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/
Thank you for your appreciaton, Musket : ) A great site indeed. ThereI'm drawn in by the catagories of cloudswhich feature many an adorable and interestingimages!

http://www.cloudappreciationsociety....showimage=3289,

Yes, there are a lot of interesting shapes and colours in the clouds and

sometimes they look familiar .............musket
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#3) Spot metering does work! ....
An elevatedviewpoint to indulge your love of cloudscapes. Lovely! As an educational point for me, please could you say where you put the spot for your metering?

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