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Old Aug 10, 2006, 12:26 AM   #1
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Last weekend I took few days off and visited on of the oldest cities in North America. The architecture, streets and bistros are reminders of old Europe. An amazing amount of people were enjoying the beauty of this city. I selected few pictures that I thought will be of interest. Enjoy!!

Because there are 12 pics, I'll post them in two "topics", Weekend Pictures 1 and Wekend pictures 2.

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I couldn't wait for @ to comment on the great photos. The architecture is great but you have a good eye also. Photographing architecture isn't as easy as it looks. Well do Emmanuel.

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Thanks for the comments Don. I thoroughly enjoyed walking and taking the pictures.
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That group of photos is very nice......They demonstrate the metering and detail of the FZ30.

Its always beenn my belief that the FZ30 is as good as any camera at those points
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Very, very nice. Great job, Emmanuel.

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P.S. What city?
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