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Old Mar 22, 2007, 7:25 PM   #131
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Wow, Neil, you collected quite an impressive landscape shots, those are superb. I'm wondering how could you wait for the right cloud formation to take pictures, if I had to wait too long I already finished the 5th cup of coffee, my camera also turned cold.

Here is some b&w sequence.


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All it is, is paitent's but it's the same with gun fire I would always miss them.

Well here's another but not much messing around with.



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Old Mar 23, 2007, 4:31 AM   #135
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hmmmm ....
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Old Mar 23, 2007, 5:02 AM   #136
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No just dead!!!

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Old Mar 23, 2007, 3:24 PM   #137
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Ahhhh ... he's playing an Iraki .... :shock::roll::sad:
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Old Mar 23, 2007, 3:38 PM   #138
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Phantastic this BW-pictures :?! 50% (unsharp) grass ... green would be better, grey grass is photographic art ...

See this picture, made by my friend (with first time a 400D in his hands) .... ME, "format filling" ... similar foto, buuuuut 50% heaven ... 10x better, because of not grey, but blu-hu-hu-hue!
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Neil, I remember those rocks somewhere, must be in an art history book. Anyway, for a firing shots they are more difficult to catch than the cannon, on the cannon you see the guys start to cover their ears then you know it's time to hit the shutter.
Everytime they firethe cannon, you hear a deafeningearth shaking loud boom, you can feel a deep concussion in your lung, if you have babies nearby they will cry instantly, same as the troops line up in a long row and fire at the same time you hear the same, loud boom. Imagine in a fierce fighting you have a dozen cannons fire at the same time or hundreds of troops fire at the same time Napoleon style. Next you can smell the gun smoke fill the air, you'll get hooked to it and start chasing the gun blast for more excitement.:-)

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