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Old Apr 3, 2010, 4:59 PM   #21
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The problem with buying on ebay is some want payment via PayPal... well, I went to the bank and there is no way I hook up with PayPal...

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Pay Pal doesn't ask for a bank in particular. It asks for a credit card. If you have a valid credit card you should have Pay Pal.
I live in the end of the World and have being doing a lot of Ebay Pay Pal trades for years.
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Old Apr 3, 2010, 5:30 PM   #22
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Wow, thanks for explaining to me... I talked to them at my bank, they didn't understand it at all... Thanks Ordo
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Old Apr 3, 2010, 5:32 PM   #23
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Did you check the other EU countries. It may be less there, and since it is in the EU, you have free trade.
thanks. I am going to buy from a B2B company in France. I save 150 euros. Not sure what the VAT/ALV will be...
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Old Apr 3, 2010, 5:35 PM   #24
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Ive seen one or two you took with a phone that looked darn good so I await some of those beautiful finnish landscapes. I loved the forrests in Finland, they seemed so mystical. Really makes me miss Europe
By the way, did you see the photo of sun coming back to Finland??? If you like forrest, it is a picture of light peering through the trees, which were filled with ice and snow... The mobile phone (Nokia N95) doesn't do it justice but it was still a good picture considering the camera...
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EEtu, I did indeed and it was a goregous shot.

You and others must forgive me, when Im at work, not working, I tend to run through tons of images without posting any comments, for security reasons mostly.. Most often with the intent of going home and leaving some feedback
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So no identification on that bird?
Has a blue back of neck and a sparkling emerald chest. Ive got about 40 more pics of it, will try to get those rendered to jpegs sometime.
From what I can see of it, it probably is a Common (Purple) Grackle, but to be sure I need to see a picture of the entire bird (including the tail) and know where you are located (it will help you get identifications in the future if you add your location to your profile, so it will appear with your name on your posts).

Congratulations on the K20D - it is a fine camera and will give you good service.
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thanks. I am going to buy from a B2B company in France. I save 150 euros. Not sure what the VAT/ALV will be...
Will the last time I order something from France, the listed price online was the final price. And I did not get charge any additional vat, as germany is 19%. I think France is a little less.
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EEtu, I did indeed and it was a goregous shot.

You and others must forgive me, when Im at work, not working, I tend to run through tons of images without posting any comments, for security reasons mostly.. Most often with the intent of going home and leaving some feedback
Oi, no worries! I know how it goes with time and all. Just wish I would have had a real camera at THAT moment.

All the best.

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NMR - some really nice & diverse photos - good use of lines and colors, much work to get such a great pano on #1, and wonderful composition on that last one. I will agree with Penolta on the grackle ID...
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