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Old Mar 3, 2015, 1:14 PM   #1
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Default Back to the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village

The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village is some kind of open air museum, close to the Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada.

As the previous years, my local photography club goes there in February. Those are some of the shots I did:

















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.....just excellent Gilles, I especially like the fish-eye images. All very well done.
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Old Mar 3, 2015, 8:53 PM   #3
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Thanks Bob!

My first idea was to take shot ONLY with the 35mm Macro on the Em-1 and the 60mm macro on the EM-5 (which I did) .... Until I found subjects more appropriate for the Rokinon Fisheye.

At the end, it was probably close to 50/50 and, even with the "new" restrictions from the Village, it was a very nice outing!

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Very nice series, 2,5 and 6 are fantastic and I like what you captured with the Fisheye.
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