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Old Jan 3, 2013, 10:25 PM   #1
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We went to Vancouver, BC because ... it was 20c warmer than home and they have ... green grass

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...these are great, I am anxious to see more. Those are some tall Jack Pine trees.

Happy New Year too!
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We went to Vancouver for 10 days back in 2004. One of our favorite trips ever. Want to, eventually, go back. Tons and tons of stuff to see and do. We skipped the Capilano Bridge & did the free one at Lynn Canyon. Pretty spectacular. Drove up to Whistler, down to Victoria and back east to see Hell's Gate and just took in all the beautiful waterfalls along the way.

That was also my last "film only" trip.
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Nice shots, my son-in-law is from Edmonton area, Jeff Bertsch.
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love the color on the cookie shot!
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What lens did you use for the bridge shot?
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Hi,

For shots #1,2 and 4, I used the Rokinon 7.5 Fisheye on the OM-D. Shot #3 was taken with the same camera and the 45mm f1.8

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...these are great, I am anxious to see more. Those are some tall Jack Pine trees.

Happy New Year too!
And Happy New Year to all of you

BTW, according to Wikipedia, those are Douglas Fir trees (it seems that the Jack Pine trees are not in the West Coast).
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That Rokiinon lens is an impressive lens for sure.
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Yes it is. I even have a hard time removing it from the OM-D to replace it with the 45mm. Interesting enough, I did the "TreeTops Adventure" twice ... the first for the fisheye and the second time with the 45mm.

And I should have went there with a long lens ... since a bunch of Bald Eagles were resting about 150 feet from me !

So, more shots to come this week-end
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