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Old Jan 30, 2011, 5:53 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone - as promised here are some icey shots taken at the waterfalls in my village. A lot of trees have come down over the falls (probably due to the heavy snow in Dec), and with -2 degrees midday, mother nature has done the rest. I will be interested to see how the shots look here. Again, hand held - I soooo want a tripod
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Old Jan 30, 2011, 6:04 PM   #2
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Dyane,

beautiful shots, I like especially the both with the green leafs and the ice crystals. It seems, that in the Normandy its a little bit colder than it is in Germany.

Maybe you can poste some pix from your region. Do you live at the cost?

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Old Jan 30, 2011, 6:22 PM   #3
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Hi Stefan - thanks for the feedback.

I live about 45 mins from the coast and the Mt St Michel. Have to admit that I dont get to the seaside all that often in winter - the wind is just so icey cold, brings tears to your eyes!!

Will try and sort out some pics of my village and Normandy - but they were taken with the FZ38.

Cheers - Dyane
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Nice Photos, Dyane-

I have visited your region of France several times, and enjoyed each visit.

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Old Jan 30, 2011, 6:37 PM   #5
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Hi Sarah, well if you are coming over again, let me know, you would be more than welome.

Just a dumb question - when using the LC55 or Rayonx lenses what is the best mode to be shooting in -ie aperture, manual, macro etc. Look forward to your response and excellent advice.

Thanks Dyane
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Gorgeous captures and I love the title - very appropriate. We could do with some of your weather in West Oz at the moment, very hot and sticky here! Cheers Lyn
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Dyane-

I have shot with the LC55 in both Aperture and "P" Mode. Thanks for the invite, but our traveling days are coming rapidly to an end. I have a severely handicapped husband for whom travel has become really difficult.

I am a 24 hour a day care giver and even find it difficult to get oput of the house to shop for groceries any more. Any shooting away from home has to be done on those shopping trips.

Here is a FZ40 shot in the super market floral department, while shopping.

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DyaneG, those shots are incredable....
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Dyane, really beautiful shots. I really like #2.
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Beautiful shots. Very nice series, well done Dyane.
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