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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by Herman, Sep 9, 2010.
You seem to live in a very nice town/village, Herman !
And your pics do justice to the beauty of the place !
PS : weather permitting, I'll do some shooting in my home village next weekend
Pretty as a picture a they say Herman
And Oh so Blue SKYS' lovely
Thanks Raf and John for your kind words.
More pictures will follow soon, please be patient.
People in motion
Very funny, one person walking to the left, the other person to the right.
Meanwhile a man taking a picture of a lady.
Taken with G1+14-45 in my hometown.
Four hometown shots
Dutch cows. (I'm not a cowboy...)
I live in a very old town which was visited by NAPOLEON twice !
Ex town hall located in the centre of town.
Dutch shoes !
Will go out for photoshooting (again) this afternoon.
Library build in 1532
Yesterday I took some indoor shots from the library which was built in 1532.
That's really old. G1 plus 14-42, low light shots.
Shots taken at Educatorium
Educatorium is a museum which shows history of school.
G1 plus 14-45.
Herman, please let me break your Netherlands set with some shots of my town: Curitiba, Brazil. All shots taken with the E-PL1 and 17mm 2.8:
"Tubo" bus station, famous urban solution of the city
Great pictures, thanks !
EXIF: 57mm ISO 200 1/4 sec f8
The scattered lights at the bottom are the mansions in the Hollywood Hills area. Few celebrities reside around there. Cluster of buildings in the foremost is Hollywood. Towards the center is Century City and to the right of that is West LA/Westwood where I'm situated.
The haze is still lingering around so it's not as sharp as I'd like but it's sharp as my eyes saw it in person. =]. Hopefully a quick rain shower will pass through and clear things up and I'll go back and try again.
Foggy morning walk in the park
There is a nice little lake and surrounding park in my little town, population 600. When I was young swimming was allowed in the lake, but now it's only for the visiting ducks and geese. The park has the obligatory baseball field and children's playground. This lamp post guards one of the paths through the park.
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