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Old Jul 26, 2007, 6:13 AM   #11
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Happy Birthday Ronny


Great shots

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Old Jul 26, 2007, 7:32 AM   #12
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Happy birthday and welcome to the thrilling world of no DOF and the never ending search for a lighter but yet sturdier tripod!:-)

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Thanks Kjell,

I guess I'll better start working out at a gym. The lens was ok, but a 5th tripod I don't think they'll understand my need for it at home :lol:

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wow ron,
wish she was my wife. congrats. we await images.
hope the gas bill was cheaper than the lens. (BTW, how much is petrol in Belgium)

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Old Jul 26, 2007, 7:44 AM   #15
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wow ron,
wish she was my wife. congrats. we await images.
hope the gas bill was cheaper than the lens. (BTW, how much is petrol in Belgium)

roy
Thanks Roy,

the gas bill wasn't that bad, only I went for the lens when that region just started to go on holliday so the full trip took me almost 4 hours due to traffic jams, the petrol isn't that much [img]/forums/images/emoticons/nuts.gif[/img] 1.30€/liter (unleaded) I guess around 6.8$ a gallon, we had it around 1.5€ last year.

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at least you didn't have the traffic problems like we did in dallas yesterday.
hmmm, $6.80 a gallon?? and we b!tch about $3 a gallon.

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Roy,

we (europe) are just lucky that the dollar is at a low.
If the conversion rate €<>$ would be the same as in 2000,
we would now be paying a whopping 10.4 $/ gallon.

But then I think that the price wouldn't have gone so high,
otherwise my bicycle would have seen some serious use.

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