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Old Jan 31, 2008, 5:03 AM   #1
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Hi guys/gals!

Not been around for ages, weather has been too bad and work has been eating up all my enthusiasm. Took my K10D with me on an overnight business trip, thought I would share some of the better photo's. All handheld (well maybe propped up against a lamp post or something) and all with the kit lens. Never really used it in the shorter lenghts until now and I am well impressed with it.

Used imageshack as they are 800 pixels at their widest/tallest dimension. So people with low bw can avoid them if they need to as they lose too much detail shrunk any smaller.

The last two are the roof of the hotel I was staying at, probably not of interest unless you are into the whole urban decay/ruin thing.


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Nice to see you back! The pictures are very nice, I especially like the first one.
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Welcome home! I like them all. The last two are thought provoking. Very nice angles and decaying textures!

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Thanks!

I am off to Tokyo in March so need to dust the camera off and get some practice in before the trip!

Looks like I won't be affording that 10-17mm Fisheye after this trip :lol:
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Nice to see you back! The pictures are very nice, I especially like the first one.
I agree fully. But I'm sure I've seen that tower before... hmmm... is it well known?:-)

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I don't think so, just some rusty old clock surrounded be even more crusty old men! :lol:
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