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Old Feb 4, 2007, 2:32 PM   #1
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The sun is back, ... since I got my k10d december last year, I haven't had the change to use it on a sunny day. And now I'm even more impressed with it.

Went this saturday to Vlissingen/Zeeland/Netherlands, here are a some shots.

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Seagulls enough to practice bif's



enough open space to chill out



my two most important ladies




had some problems straightning this shot






and then the sun set...







not being the end because we were invited to an aniversary party of a square dance club ("The Northsea Dancers")





larger versions with exif info are at http://www.flickr.com/photos/rherman...584466/detail/



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Great shots. Surprising how much better everyone's photography gets with nice weather. I esp like the seagull and the 2 sunsets.



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Old Feb 4, 2007, 3:36 PM   #3
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Ronny my man you nailed all of them. Keep them coming.

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Had to laugh at the building- where is it? While I've seen buildings with various strange angles, this is the first one that I've seen that leans over like that. It sure got me to look twice at it! Love your sunsets and the gull, but that building is really unique.
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Beautiful pix. Those sunsets make me want to be there.

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Yeah, the sun gives you a kick back to life, doesn't it? You caught the day very well, lovely colours. Let's hope for more (of sun and your pics)

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Old Feb 5, 2007, 2:49 AM   #7
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Thanks Darren, it gets always better when you don't have to shoot every shot at high iso..
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Thanks Mtngal,

the building is also In Vlissingen, a small town in the bottom southwest part of the Netherlands.

I've already been there more than once, but this was the first time that I also noticed the 3 buildings behind the big leaning one.

I'm always curious if you see the strange shape of the building on the inside.
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Thanks Kjell,

the hope for more sun has already been shattered (for the next 5 days already) ... its gray, foggy, even starts to get colder (colder ? - the temp in January was about 5°C above the average, maybe its going to freeze now :lol

but this day of sunshine will keep me happy for the next weeks.
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