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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by phigmov, Nov 28, 2015.
Been taking a few macro shots of currency recently - lets see your paper currency & coinage -
No more currency over here
You mean like this?
And after the 8 frame Focus Stacking in the latest 4.0 FW update on the E-M1.
1887 Morgan (aka Liberty Head) Silver Dollar. The 2 images were processed somewhat differently:
E-M1, ZD 35mm Macro @f22
E-M1, ZD 35mm Macro @f18
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Some coins from our travels; I try to remember to not spend all of them so I can take some home as souvenirs...
ZD 35mm f3.5 Macro @f3.5
These are E-M5 & the OM 50mm f3.5 Zuiko Macro
Some of these coins do not belong in the set... can you tell at first glance?
Apparently there are dishonest customers and/or merchants in Europe; the odd coins were received as 'change' for purchases.
I'm guessing they are from Russia and Cambodia; can anyone confirm?
Or there are dishonest countries that copy coins from other countries, contributing to the circulation of worthless money.
When i was a busdriver in public transport I never liked whem people paid with bare money, because there was little possibility to check. I have been ripped of in this way in some cases. So yes, there are fellowmen that do these things.
Very rare that I have a high denomination bill floating around these days
Heh. I'm lucky if I hold a Rutherford once a year these days. Always awkward to break too . . . feels like you get so little change back !
We get the same thing here in Oz, from the bloody Kiwi's with their funny money...
Wotya mean? They don't come all the way to your side of town (make that country), do they? Actually, it's quicker to fly to NZ from Sydney than it is to Perth.
There's more kiwi's in WA than there is in Un-Zud bro... The sly bastids are still running their money laundering scam with the 20c piece by the suitcase full...