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Old Feb 10, 2011, 4:03 AM   #1
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This village/ski resort is home to the most expensive boarding schools in Europe !

And many of its inhabitants are some of the wealthiest on the planet !

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G'day Marawder

Lovely - really lovely scenes
Stuff that we in Oz simply do not see locally ... so that's why we become tourists to Europe!!!

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Lovely - really lovely scenes
Stuff that we in Oz simply do not see locally... so that's why we become tourists to Europe !!!
Oh, thank you so much, Phil !

To be honest, I'm actually pretty dissapointed of my shots...
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I tried a panorama...and I know the exposure isn't ideal !

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Think a dslr or Evil will move your photography to the next level. I will give you better dof control and exposure control to do more with your shots.
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Think a dslr or Evil will move your photography to the next level. I will give you better dof control and exposure control to do more with your shots.
ST, do you really think I should invest in a DSLR ?

You really think I have what it takes ?
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Yeah, think a dslr or a evil will bring your photography to the next level. I think your camera is holding you back actually.
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Yeah, think a dslr or a evil will bring your photography to the next level. I think your camera is holding you back actually.
I'm flattered...
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Beautiful area of the world and the pictures do the area justice. Thanks for posting them I enjoyed viewing.
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