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Old Apr 7, 2014, 5:02 PM   #1
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Took this with my K7 using my 55-200 mm telephoto. Wish I would have had my tripod with me... but had fun shooting this. Thanks for looking. Ned

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WOW no ice, nice shot was it a Pano
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Thanks! Yes, I combined a few photos I shot from afar... stitched together as a pano. Thanks for looking. Ned
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Beautiful capture of a very pretty city. Good job on that pano!
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Beautiful capture of a very pretty city. Good job on that pano!
Hi Gary! Hey, many thanks, glad you like it. Always love to photograph Stockholm. I hope my oldest son will be moving to there when he gets his Ph.D.
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Very well done - great details and wonderful sky!
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Very well done - great details and wonderful sky!
Thanks! Was a brisk, cool day but sunny as can be. Thans for looking! All the best. Ned
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A wonderful panorama Ned. Your photo brings back some very pleasant memories. I visited Stockholm for a few days way back in 1978. If I recall correctly I stayed in an old sailing ship in the harbor that had been converted to a youth hostel.
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A wonderful panorama Ned. Your photo brings back some very pleasant memories. I visited Stockholm for a few days way back in 1978. If I recall correctly I stayed in an old sailing ship in the harbor that had been converted to a youth hostel.
Thanks! So glad you enjoyed the photo... I know the sailing ship you spoke of. Just caught a recent "night shot" of it, too. Thanks for looking! All the best.
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The ship is still there (newly renovated). It's name is Af Chapman, and it's still very popular.
Your panorama of the Old Town is very good, Ned. I like the pp you gave it. Stockholm is a very beautiful city, and in summer it's also a very friendly place. That's when all the residents are away for holidays, and the town is full of curious, patient and happy tourists.

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