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Old Jun 2, 2015, 10:25 PM   #1
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Its been a long time since my last post in this forum but work, family, travels and occupations are keeping me away from this forum.

I have tons of pictures from my trips to San Francisco, Faroe Island, Copenhagen and Las Vegas but I am still processing it.

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Old Jun 3, 2015, 12:16 AM   #2
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Impressive, wow.....except for the fish eggs. Can't go there, LOL...

What building is that round room in? That's too cool looking.
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WoW
ALL Excellent shots Marcelo
the colors and clarity is outstanding.
Copenhagen is on my Bucket list.
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Impressive, wow.....except for the fish eggs. Can't go there, LOL...

What building is that round room in? That's too cool looking.
Very impressive! Looks like you have become a world traveler!

I was also curious about the round room and how you were able to get that shot with nobody walking thru the picture.
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Very nice shots Marcelo! I will go back to Copenhagen at anytime

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Old Jun 3, 2015, 9:37 PM   #6
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Impressive, wow.....except for the fish eggs. Can't go there, LOL...

What building is that round room in? That's too cool looking.
Thank you Greg, now I know that caviar and Oysters are not in your menu options.

The round room is part of the Rundetårn building or round building, out is a iconic building in Copenhagen, it was built as an astronomical observatory in the 17th century.

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the colors and clarity is outstanding.
Copenhagen is on my Bucket list.
Thank you Fred for the kins words, Copenhagen is a beautiful and "quiet" capital.

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Very impressive! Looks like you have become a world traveler!

I was also curious about the round room and how you were able to get that shot with nobody walking thru the picture.
Thank you Steven,

I love to travel and see new cultures, food and people.

The round room is part of the Rundetårn building or round building, it was a astronomical building and they have a big telescope on top of it.


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Very nice shots Marcelo! I will go back to Copenhagen at anytime

Thank you Pascal,

I really enjoyed my stay there, people is friendly and the city is so beautiful. The only negative part I found about the city is the client service in restaurants is bad, really bad..!!
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These are great. I really like the bike shot and the round ramp. I was in Copenhagen about 10 years ago, but didn't bring my camera.
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Marcelo, great looking series with indoors, outdoors, sunny and cloudy lighting. They all look so nice. Looking forward to see more of your pictures once you have time to process them.
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These are great. I really like the bike shot and the round ramp. I was in Copenhagen about 10 years ago, but didn't bring my camera.
Thank you Drew,

Copenhagen is a beautiful city and very photogenic. I had my gear with me but with my Lady is hard to spend too much time looking for nice spots to photograph

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Marcelo, great looking series with indoors, outdoors, sunny and cloudy lighting. They all look so nice. Looking forward to see more of your pictures once you have time to process them.
Thank you so much WCKSer for the feedback, I'll post more pictures for sure.
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