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Old Oct 2, 2006, 3:36 AM   #1
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hi folks, a couple of snaps that I took. all critical comments welcome

1. A View from the wharf


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Old Oct 2, 2006, 3:39 AM   #2
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2. some wonderful homes near the canal
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Old Oct 2, 2006, 3:41 AM   #3
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3 . A handheld sent of snaps made into a Panorama. This is of the versailles palace
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Thanks for sharing your lovely images...that's as close as I will to to France any time soon. Donna
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Beautiful colors. As I looked at them on my exceedingly cheap LCD monitor at the office they have aslightly soft look to them as far as focus goes. I'll check them out closer this evening on my much better Dell 20 inch panel at home

This past May my girlfriend and I spent 12 days in Paris, with day trips to Versailles and Mont St. Michel, so I missed out on Normandy, but there'll be a follow-up to see the many things we missed, namely Normandy for me.

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Old Oct 2, 2006, 2:08 PM   #6
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I Could put the blame on the sigma 18-125 that i had on for the softness..
the below was taken with the 40-150 from top of the eiffel tower



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These are great! We lingered at the base of the Eiffel Tower and I got someneat shots of it with my 7-14, but we didn't wait in the L-O-N-G lines to go up. That'll also have to be done next time we're over there... maybe in the off-season next time.
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Greg, just wrnt through your Paris gallery. you have covered more of Paris in your trip than I have over the past 1 year !!! i think i am inspired to go over and shoot some now

the lines are smaller sept onwards and it is just around 1 hour now

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These are great! We lingered at the base of the Eiffel Tower and I got someneat shots of it with my 7-14, but we didn't wait in the L-O-N-G lines to go up. That'll also have to be done next time we're over there... maybe in the off-season next time.
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to give an idea of the height here one at 150mm ; i usually dont PP but this has been modified just to adjust the perspective


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What a wonderful place to live. I truly amjealous.
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