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Old 01-20-2008, 03:17 AM   #61
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Desert area near Jaisalmer, India:



The pool and the lake in Ranakpur, India:



The Nut and Stanley, Tasmania:



The Bay of Fires, Tasmania:

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amazing pics!!

Here's just outside my house in sweden:




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Cambridge, England:

my camera is not that very good though.
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Wow, the Sweden pics are absolutely lovely! I'd love to visit Europe some day...
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Idun, I think your pictures are gorgeous!
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Nice, south of France

Not the best pic, but I like it cause it so blue
We were there in June.

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So many gorgeous photos here. I don't have many on this computer, these are the best I could find.

Grenoble, France.



Grenoble at night:



View from beside my Ma and Da's house (Belfast lough):

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View from beside my Ma and Da's house (Belfast lough):

It always freaks me out to see pictures of palm trees in Northern Ireland! I always equate them with tropical climates.
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The beach off Melkbosstrand, Cape Town, South Africa
Wow! That's such a beautiful picture. So inviting...I'd like to stroll right in. I loved your local pics, as well...I don't think I've ever been to those places. It's pretty easy to miss summer on a day like today...hope you're surviving the snow!


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Very cool.


A few more from Newfoundland. West Coast, specifically, where I was born. I must have a thing for water/waterfalls/places next to water.














The street across from my family's house. The railway used to take the very same path before the government ceased operations and ripped up the tracks. As kids, we had great fun flattening coins under the weight of the trains, and waving to the conductors (conductors who probably had no knowledge of our coin-flattening ways).

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...couldn't fit them all on the first post.








East Coast!

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Old 01-20-2008, 06:23 PM   #70
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Wow, this is such an amazing picture, especially if you focus just on the tree line.

I'm left speechless with so many wonderful pictures, and they are so often looking so professional. I wish I had the money for a D-SLR and for travelling.
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Old 01-20-2008, 06:50 PM   #72
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Wine Glass Bay:

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Kangaroo Island:



Unfortunately, there have been devastating bushfires recently.

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A couple of the San Francisco skyline:

I accidentally deleted the original to this one a while ago


This one I still have the original for, though
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Lovely, Diemen.
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I accidentally deleted the original to this one a while ago

I love the border...would make a great postcard.


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Wow, this is such an amazing picture, especially if you focus just on the tree line.

Thanks! I actually shot that with a 2.0 megapixel camera during a trip to Gros Morne National Park with a group of American tourists. It's so interesting to see scenery through others' eyes. As a local, it intensifies the appreciation when you hear great things from visitors.

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Kangaroo Island:


Kangaroo Island. One of my life goals is to see a kangaroo in person. I'd probably get my ass kicked for getting too close...it would be a pregnant mother, or something.

This was actually taken with a 7.1 megapixel camera, but it's blurry as hell! Funny how that works. I kayaked across a lake last summer by myself to my aunt's cabin...which my family hated me for. I think they thought I'd drown. Anyway, it was such a perfect night, but the picture doesn't really show it:



After I had my fire going, a tiny toad swam up the shore, parked himself in front of me, and kept staring me in the eyes for about an hour. For a while, I thought it could've been a reincarnated dead relative! It felt like he was really trying to tell me something.

I scrambled for my camera, and he/she darted into the brush...but I caught it:



I'm actually really proud of that picture...overly so. Toads are fairly rare here.
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A couple of the San Francisco skyline:

I accidentally deleted the original to this one a while ago


This one I still have the original for, though
Awesome Diemen what settings did shoot this at?
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Don't remember. I took those pics almost 2 years ago.

1st one was probably something like 1/30th @ f/8, second maybe 1/2 to 1sec @ f/8, both with a polarizer on. And using a tripod, of course.
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Kangaroo Island. One of my life goals is to see a kangaroo in person. I'd probably get my ass kicked for getting too close...it would be a pregnant mother, or something.
You have to go to a wildlife park. There you can feed them and touch them without any risk of getting punched.
I've got a video of a mother where the little one peeked out the pouch.

It's rare that you see toads here, either. I've once seen a rabbit near Alexanderplatz right in the center of Berlin:

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Aw, that looks like the rabbits we have in our yard! Dozens of them...you can have them! They drive my dogs nuts.
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