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Old Nov 23, 2006, 1:05 PM   #1
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Here's a few more pictures from Vienna as promised.

I thought this was really cool. This motorcycle is carved completely from wood and the wheels actually turn.



This one is from a weapons museum in Vienna. Never knew they had suits of armor for the whole family!



The next couple of pictures are of some more of the awesome statues.





Here is a closer view of the statue in the picture above to show some of the detail. You can actually see veins in the arms, etc.



Here's a picture of one of the cars over there. I've never seen a car this small. This is my friendSteve standing next to the car to show how small it actually is. I was lucky enough to be able to travel with him on this business trip and we had a blast onour off days being able to do some sightseeing. So much better than traveling alone.



Here's one last picture. It's actually one that Steve took of an organ grinder. My battery had died by this time!



Happy Thanksgiving to all of you that celebrate it, and a Happy Thursday to all of you that don't. Try not to eat too much!
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Old Nov 23, 2006, 3:49 PM   #2
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Great shots Jimbo, and thats for the first and next series -

What concern's the suits of armour, they were sometimes made in a smaller version not for the kids, but more as a sample of what an armour would look like, or as a showcase for the quality of the smith.

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Excellent photography jimbo! The statues are incredible sharp and clear! Thanks for sharing.

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Old Nov 23, 2006, 6:30 PM   #4
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another interesting series!!!!
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Old Nov 23, 2006, 9:20 PM   #5
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Excellent Jimbo. The statue detail is incredible, and you captured them to the point that I felt like I was there with you and Steve. I would not want to drive that car on our interstates, maybe around the yard. LOL
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Again, enjoyed the shots very much. I expect we will begin to see a of of those cars in our cities soon.
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Very nice series. So sharp! Were you using the FZ7? Donna
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Old Nov 25, 2006, 1:29 AM   #8
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Hi Donna, yes I was using my FZ7, only camera I have right now besides an old Fuji Finepix 2600 (which has actually been pretty good to me over the years)
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Jimbo,

I have the old Fuji finepix 5000 10x zoom which has three pixels and won POTD with it couple of months ago. For me the color is great. I still have it but haven't used it much since the pana. I will always have a soft spot for Fuji. donna
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