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Old Dec 14, 2013, 2:58 PM   #1
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Default Some 2013 shots - FZ35

After having been absent for most of 2013, I returned yesterday to scan some recent threads. One of them was asking "Where has everybody gone?" Having been one of the silent ones, I posted a comment and offered to return to find some images.

Below are some of a larger set. Here is a link to the larger set. These are just a few that jumped off the screen as I scanned through my images. I have many more, but I don't think this crowd would be interested (tools, equipment, problematic mechanical repairs, etc.).

http://rehrlich.zenfolio.com/p291638372

And, here are a few from the album above:
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Old Dec 14, 2013, 3:00 PM   #2
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And, a couple more: (there are 41 images in the link above)
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G'day Roger

I guess that we all could relate to your 'enthusiasm' state
Work, family & life in general does demand our attention - so the photography comes into 2nd or 3rd place

Thanks for sharing the above images ~ I am very taken by the last one in the 1st series - beaut focus, exposure and colour contrasts


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Good to have you posting again Roger.

Nice series and my pick is the turkey image.

That FZ35 can still catch some nice shots.

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Lovely shots, There is not a day where I don't regret for Selling the FZ35 and getting the Fuji HS10
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Thanks for getting back with some lovely photos. I especially like the first shot in both batches. That butterfly is amazing!
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