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Old Nov 3, 2015, 12:12 PM   #11
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Nice set of frames here. My home town. What no Public Market shots? The gum wall? come back in Spring and go to the University and gain the lovely pinks of the blossoms in bloom on compass or over to Staircase and capture the woods of the Olympics.
Been so busy other wise but would of loved to of caught up with another shooter.
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Old Nov 9, 2015, 4:12 AM   #12
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Excellent series Marcelo, love the colour in the museum shots.

The 14-150mm II looks like a great all in one lens plus the bonus of weather sealing.
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Oh, man. That museum architecture is one fun click after another.

Yes, the 10 days we were in Vancouver, I think we had beautiful clear skies maybe 3-4 days, and we felt lucky. I would imagine if one travelled there for a week at a time, more often than not you may never see a clear day, or possibly just one.
It happens to a friend the week I was there, he arrived the day I left to Vancouver and he had only rainy days...

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Very Very Nice Marcelo
Excellent shot of Space Needle and Mt. Rainier.
the color is outstanding
Thank you Fred, I am glad you like the pictures.

Thank you for the kind words.



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Nice set of frames here. My home town. What no Public Market shots? The gum wall? come back in Spring and go to the University and gain the lovely pinks of the blossoms in bloom on compass or over to Staircase and capture the woods of the Olympics.
Been so busy other wise but would of loved to of caught up with another shooter.
Thank you for the comment, I am still processing pictures and I have some from the Fish Market.

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Excellent series Marcelo, love the colour in the museum shots.

The 14-150mm II looks like a great all in one lens plus the bonus of weather sealing.
Thank you Tom,

The 14-150mm is a nice lens has some compromises but it is a nice travel lens.

It is replacing the 12-50mm and 40-150mm.
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Missed you by a couple of days in Vancouver. Love the colours of your shots in Seattle, nice captures. Six seconds, did you have a tripod with you?
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