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Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Herman, Apr 18, 2010.
You live in a nice place Herman, not sure you would want to see Camberley!
Hi, just show me Camberley and I let you know ! Okay ?
Thanks Alf ! Excellent ! Just wonder where you live ?
A couple near the corner where I live in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
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2010/03/31 08:15:04 SHANGHAI
An assembly hall closed for renovations at Shanghai University, Yanchang Campus (Yanchang Rd)
2010/04/05 17:26:36 SHANGHAI
Construction with the Shanghai World Fincial Center in the background. (Southeast of Yu garden)
2010/04/06 09:42:23 SHANGHAI
King Coffee cafe (Yongjia Rd/Yueyang Rd)
2010/04/08 13:35:51 SHANGHAI
22010/04/12 15:04:56 SHANGHAI
Thanks for sharing excellent work.
spring comes to Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Oly EP-2 kit lens
A few taken yesterday afternoon
Thganks Peter for your beautiful shot.
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West Chester, PA
Bergen is one of the lovliest cities I've visited. I was only there for a day, but could have stayed much longer.
Here are a few from West Chester, PA. The first couple I've put up elsewhere here before. The other are nothing to write home about, but they show the town a little bit. Great old colonial era town...
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Old quarters in Bogota, Colombia.
Ray, I live there when I was young. I went to Bishop Shanahan HS. I have my best of times in West Chester.
Wow, quite a journey from West Chester to Bogota. Did you know they moved Bishop Shanahan from West Chester to a new campus in Downingtown? Several years ago now.
I just find out after google it. I still have family and friends living in West Chester and Downingtown. Well, so long and nice seeing folks from WC in this forum.
I don't have a mu-43 yet... a couple of panoramics sweeped with my Sony pocket camera (it doesn't take good pictures, but its ALWAYS on my belt and I enjoy the panoramic sweep!).
This is where I live.
Five minutes from here... no idea who the guy is in this one. There were lots of people there watching the whales playing...
Which Sony camera do u have? I have a Sony hx5v which I bought to shove in my tool bag when I'm out cycling. I really like the sweep panorama feature. The photos are ok and the gps is really handy if I want to visualise the places I have been on a map. The video quality is pretty good too.
It's a W350. It could possibly be the cheapest model that has the sweep feature. I bought it mostly to capture office stories which tend to be so funny that I forget the details of them very quickly...
I'm not sure why the images are so terrible, I guess that's what happens when you try to shove 14 mill pixels onto such a tiny sensor!
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