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Old Sep 2, 2013, 4:52 AM   #1
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The Princes Park has a name reminiscent of castles, princes and princesses. King Leopold first bought the domain in 1852 and wanted to build a castle.
Only it didn't happen. The King departed but the park remained and was purchased in 1972 by the Province of Antwerp.

The part of Belgium where I live is quite urban, so any park is more than welcome.

Main pond
Pano 7 shots: sigma10-20mm at 10mm - f13 - iso140 - 1/250sec


One of the smaller ponds
Pano 8 shots: tamron 17-50 at 17mm, f4.5 - iso140 - 1/1000sec


Dragon...
Sigma 105mm - f9.5 - iso800 - 1/250sec


My daughter enjoying the scenery
Tamron 17-50 at 38mm - f2.8 - iso140 - 1/1000sec


Heath
Tamron 17-50 at 50mm - f8 - iso140 - 1/125sec


processing - pano's done in ps, color adjustments topaz clarity

a few more shots http://hermansnoens.net/Gallery/index.php?/category/660

thanks for watching, any C&C always welcome.

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Old Sep 2, 2013, 6:20 AM   #2
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I like the panorama shots a lot (as well as the others). The dragonfly from the linked set of shots is even sharper, which shows as the Fuji X10. It seems as though the X10 or X20 is a good companion camera.
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Thanks MackBook,

yep the Fuji X10 is a great small camera, the only thing against it is that it doesn't show the focus point in the viewfinder, what they fixed in the X20.
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Nice shots Ronny, I agree the Pano is nicely done

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Very sharp and clear image on the little dragonfly, great expression and light on your daughter, well-done pano. But my favorite is the first - wonderful light & reflection!
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Great pano shots. Beautiful scenes.

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