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Old Dec 16, 2010, 9:05 AM   #1
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First two are from the HS-10. The rest from the E-620 with 14-54mm. Bear in mind, these are shot in HEAVY overcast (still spittin' freezing rain)





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I really like the last one! Very cool...or should I say cold?!?
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I really like the last one! Very cool...or should I say cold?!?

Thanks very much! You should say FREEZING
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Yeah...that's the word!
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Gary, it's amazingly freezing.....
Nice pics. Wonder how can you hold your cam and press the shutter in that condition...
And the first two from HS10, the detail is great but why the color looks off? Or do you just make it black white or sepia?

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Gary, it's amazingly freezing.....
Nice pics. Wonder how can you hold your cam and press the shutter in that condition...
And the first two from HS10, the detail is great but why the color looks off? Or do you just make it black white or sepia?
It was EXTREMELY overcast (in fact, still raining slightly). Hence, the color. The others were taken with my DSLR and a very bright lens.
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