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Old Oct 28, 2009, 9:02 PM   #1
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Old Oct 28, 2009, 9:13 PM   #2
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Great photo. Look that bird up in the sky!
What's that blue spot?
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now this is not a view you ever see of this place. very interesting. is that fog over the hillside behind it?
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Great photo. Look that bird up in the sky!
What's that blue spot?
Smoke from some one barbecueing... in their home
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Old Oct 28, 2009, 9:20 PM   #5
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... is that fog over the hillside behind it?
It's more like LA's smog
-> India atmosphere is very dry especially in Delhi where the sky is constantly cover by dry dust... Most of my sunrise and sunset shots over there end up to be behind orange cloud (I'll post some later)
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now this is not a view you ever see of this place. very interesting...
I like this view from the Agra fort much better than the full frontal view of the Taj that is usually posted.
We went there last Monday a full religious holiday in India so there were a lot of visitors (look closely at the Taj upper wall), and why I didn't want to post the regular entry view to the Taj with its water garden as it was filled with people
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some very nice pictures you have been posting lately. So how much/many memory cards did you fill up on this trip?

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I fill up an entire netbook (~150G) mostly from the A900 raw files for the 10 days trip.

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Thats a lot of photos and I thought when I took 17GB with my Fuji S9100 in Baltimore in 2007 that was a lot.

Great photos.....

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...an entire netbook (~150G) mostly from the A900 raw files...
That will keep you busy throughout this winter with scrutinizing every shot, sorting and PP'ing everything!



A grand picture, by the way.....
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