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Old Aug 15, 2014, 1:18 AM   #1
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This was shot from the (slow) moving train:


This also:




The blue shade is cabbage:


A close-up:


Produce ready for the market:


Looking up:


Thick woods:


Lush green and blue hills:


Real size model huts of the Toda natives:


A waterhole:


And finally, a distant bird:

I like this because the camera, on manual mode, was able to perfectly focus on the bird half way through the distant slopes.

Hope you like these.
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Enjoyed viewing your part of the world and you captured it well.

Nice job.
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Thank you Raghu for sharing these wonderful views, and the earlier post of the same series. I wish our cabbages looked like the ones you captured instead of the miserable holey specimens we have in our garden the pests haven't left much for us to eat
Lovely to see your part of the planet.

Your camera captures detail beautifully, I was really impressed with the way it captures the texture of the bark on the trees in the mountain train series.
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Thanks, JJ & JJ for the compliments. Yes, the FZ200 feels good on my hands. I equally liked the FZ28 and FZ3 I had earlier, which are still functioning well in others' hands, one with my son and the other with my friend!

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lovely scenery, you seem to be very efficient with that camera, well done.
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Thank you, Jon. I still have a lot to learn on this camera.
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