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Old Jan 31, 2011, 7:58 PM   #11
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I wasn't expecting the windmills. I must have missed them during my visit. Perhaps I spent too much time in the pubs.

Nice shots of a country full of great scenery. More evidence the FZ40/45 is capable of creating very nice photos. I think I would pick the third, followed closely by the first.

Are they all handheld or did you use some support like a tripod, monopod, or a rock wall?


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Old Jan 31, 2011, 8:05 PM   #12
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The windmills are found mostly along the coast. All photos are hand held using stabilizer mode 1. With the windmills I rested my elbows on a field gate. Thanks.
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Beautiful shots.
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I love the first one...like some amazing science fiction movie!
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Thanks guys.
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I love the last cloud; it looks exactly like a huge feather in the sky!
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I love the last cloud; it looks exactly like a huge feather in the sky!
Yea just happened to be there at the right time. Looked great.
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Very nice captures and the polarizers worked well here
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Very nice captures and the polarizers worked well here
Cheers Howiem, it certainly brings out the blue sky well.
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