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Old Jul 10, 2007, 5:14 AM   #1
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Now that I have time to defish (a bit of my Zenitar album) after having a earful about the crooked lines. Pict taken at Temple Mount, Jerusalem.


































This is one that I like and I have taken out some modern fixture - a flurescent tube




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Old Jul 10, 2007, 6:14 AM   #2
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Nice perspectives and angles of coverage Daniel--the kind you'd see in National Geographic! I like no. 1 & 2 the best! Jay
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The second one gota definite WOW from me!



I never seem to get anything like these from my Zenitar!



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All of these are very special - great collection. You sure know how to get the most from that lens!
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Amazing interiors so well captured, fantastic series.
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Old Jul 13, 2007, 8:54 PM   #6
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jelpee wrote:
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Nice perspectives and angles of coverage Daniel--the kind you'd see in National Geographic!* I like no. 1 & 2 the best!* Jay

Harriet, Jelpee, Daren & Rodney,

Thanks for taking time to comment. That Nat Geo reference is certainly an overstatement. I spent only one day when it was just packed with tourists (40 yrs anniversary of the 67' war). I should have stayed for more close up shots in another 2-3 days . Well, always the next time.

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