Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Herman, Apr 8, 2010.
Ok GF1 Pany 7-14 .. Summertime .. yes I was cleaning rain gutters but happened to have the camera with me
ps. Herman we don't have such steep gable roofs .. no snow here .. hardly rains here too.
oops I posted 2
Thanks John and Bill for the shots. Maybe more roofs will show up...
Let's wait and see...
I have a roof shot! It's the roof of the office that I work in.
GF1 + Zuiko OM 135mm + 2x teleconverter
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Hey Herman, this thread is on a roll:smile:
This is our roof from a different angle. My brother took me up in an ultralight and this is our house from about 500 feet.
Thanks for your great images.
I just went outside, the sun was shining, I could not resist taking a few pics.
This one of them. Hope you like.
EP1+20mm (shot through a glass window)
Roof in Salinas
This is a typical Asturian roof - they're called 'Roman tiles' and I think they are beautiful. Similar, I think, to the ones in BillN's photo.
Hi Colin, thanks for your great shot. The Roman way looks great !
Hi Gary and Bill, thanks for your great images, well captured.
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here's a shot of some roofs of Buenos Aires
Olympus e-pl2 with a Panasonic 20mm f1.7 lens
Roof of old church in lower Manhattan
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From NY, I don't know if it counts:
Is this what you rafter. From today...
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