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Old May 31, 2007, 2:21 AM   #71
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Old May 31, 2007, 2:21 AM   #72
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Awesome cave pictures.!!!! Hmmm..I need to go back to Mamouth Caves in KY. I haven't been there in years. Great idea for a phptography jaunt. :-)

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Old May 31, 2007, 2:30 AM   #73
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Brisbane River winding through the CBD, shot from a Qantas 747 after takeoff on route to the Philippines.

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I can see the sentimetal value of your daughter's picture (my son was 7 weeks premature and he's now 10 yrs old).

As for the caverns, yes, it's a great place to take pictures (if you have a decent camera, which we do!). I took hundreds of shots inside 4 different caverns. The interesting is that they are all located in the same region, within a few miles from each other and yet, they all have different rock formation inside. Of course many shots were trash due to camera shake but I was amazed by the large number of pictures that were crystal clear (specially considering that I did not use flash nor tripod and the lighting was very very poorfor photography purposes).
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Old May 31, 2007, 2:35 AM   #76
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I wish I could get plane pictures that good. I have flown to the UK several times for work lately, but the London Airport has had cruddy weather and clouds.

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What a cool shot, Wirraway!
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Old May 31, 2007, 2:40 AM   #78
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Thanks Mercurycu and Tullio, just a lucky shot as the window was pretty clean, the plane was banking north an the sun was right, the aircraft was at approx 5000ft.

Very nice capture of your girls, I am sure you were one very proud lady.

Good cave captures Tullio, not an easy subject.
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Excellent photos keep them coming.
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Old May 31, 2007, 10:07 AM   #80
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Tullio, the primate was a orangutan. The camera is an H9.
Usually if I want to enlarge something in a scene I would shoot at full optical zoom and then enlarge within that image. But I wanted to find out how good or bad the digital end of the zoom is on this camera, so when we got to the zebras and they were all the way across the field, I went to full digital zoom, balanced the camera on the hand rail and took this shot.




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