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Old Sep 1, 2014, 4:59 PM   #11
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We'll have to check him out. Three E-M1's in one day. That's impressive.
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Those are cool! Love the spinning shot while on the ride. The Texas State Fair starts at the end of September and I can't wait. Scouting for a pair of tickets to go see Texas play Oklahoma the second Saturday of the Fair, when there'll be an additional 92,000 people on the grounds that day. I just need to find them on the "right" side of the field....
"Cheapest" ticket on the OU side is $290....BUT, that includes admission to the Fair.
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Really great set chiPersei,

I agree on the swings I like the slower shutter speed, it is really nice and good bright colors too. I am also fond of the two ferris wheel shots, again great colors!
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Really great set chiPersei,

I agree on the swings I like the slower shutter speed, it is really nice and good bright colors too. I am also fond of the two ferris wheel shots, again great colors!
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Thanks ramcewan and Steven. Just like the car show I went to the hard part is deciding which of the 400+ photos to post. Here's a couple more.
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Some of those rides have me reaching for the motion-sickness medicine. I can deal with a certain level of spinning. Some fair rides go beyond and the turkey leg, corn dog, Belgian Waffle, etc wouldn't stand a chance of staying down.
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A bunch of great shots there. I had fun looking at all of them!
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Love the swing shots, like everyone on here. The first shots of the booths are cool too. The HDR brings out the tackiness of the fair.
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