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Old Jan 5, 2005, 2:05 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I really wanted to try some shootings on the fireworks. It required much less sensitive settings than expected (iso 80 and f/8.0work just fine). Ah well, It was fun 8)
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Old Jan 5, 2005, 2:11 PM   #5
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About the crazy stuff: We kept on partying to some 6.00 AM. After a short sleep, I went out of bed again for one of those carzy habits we have here: The new years eve dive. Every 1st of Januari, at 1200,several thousands of Dutchmen take a dive in the northsea :?

It was the 1st time for me, and it was greeeat fun :G


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the guy just right of the centre in yellow shirt is me. We were lucky with a survivable temperature of 9 deg. C, both air and water. Cold and craaaazy

Happy new Year!!!!!!
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GB..great shots and nice shots of the dive in the northsea...i bet it was cold!!!!!!

great stuff...

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Hey shots-lol. Like the red fireworks the best I think-have you tried the scene setting for fireworks yet? I haven't will probably have to wait till July 4th or when we go to Disney.

Just curious it looks like everyone is running full speed to take "the plunge" did they run that fast on the way back to shore?

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I like the top shot, although they are all good. Is that the moon behind, in the first shot?

And the crazies...are the matching beanie caps part of it? Or does everyone wear that one in the Netherlands?

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