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Old Jul 25, 2009, 1:50 PM   #571
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Wow, I cant believe how the above pics look 10x darker on my computer at work. Are they really dark on everyones screen or is my LCD laptop screen that different?
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Old Jul 27, 2009, 12:20 AM   #572
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Jak-

Some screens differ a great deal. So do not be confused, please. Jak I really like your honeymoon photos. They are great!

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Old Jul 27, 2009, 10:34 PM   #573
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Thanks for the compliments Sarah. Also, thanks for the congrats Jack.

Sarah, on the picture of just Big Ben, the very first photo, are you able to make out the trees against the sky? Thats how the photo should be...
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Old Jul 27, 2009, 11:23 PM   #574
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Here are a few more of my favorites for you to enjoy.





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Old Jul 28, 2009, 10:59 PM   #575
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No posts in a whole 24 hours? Im not the only one taking pics right? Heres another.

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Old Jul 29, 2009, 3:02 AM   #576
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I have been away for awhile and just spotted this thread. A few months ago I had bought the P90 hoping to get a little camera to carry around other than my Nikon D90. At fist I was a little disappointed but after playing around with it I have learned to love it. The P90 does have a problem with low light conditions but that is when I take out the D90. And lately the P90 has been my go-to for day time explorations since I had broken my D90's kit lens and it doesn't like heavy lighting.

So, here are a few pictures I have taken with the P90 just on auto. This camera is amazingly light which makes it very easy to carry around during my explorations. I also LOVE the video function and the tilt screen. I still got a A LOT to learn.





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oooo, i love that smiley have a nice day one! and the then cross in the graveyard above!

here is a few from last weekend...





its the "background" that i love about this photo


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oh, and with the smiley one, i wish you would upload it to flickr so i can "favorite" it

and jak, was that gravyard on your honeymoon?

when i see the stonehedge i think abut how you are standing in what is supposed to have a very paranormal relevance to hauntings in that area. eh, i know its only if you believe in that stuff, but all the same, that's what I think about when I see you and wonder might be around you...

the big ben photo is very nice too!

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When I saw the stonehedge and Big Ben photos, all I could think of was Chevy Chase.
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When I saw the stonehedge and Big Ben photos, all I could think of was Chevy Chase.
Big Ben... Parliment. I just cant get left! HAHAHA

Thanks everyone else for the compliments. All of those photos above are from my honeymoon, yes. The gravestone was in Lecock England. No date or inscription on it but some of the other stones were from the 15 and 1600s!
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