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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2008 4:27 pm 
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I took these photos around the village I live in a few days ago. The title ("Red") only works for the first two, but I had to call them something...

The local church:
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The village hall, complete with red telephone box:
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An old gate:
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A field of dandelion clocks:
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And one for patti:
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One more: (from the same evening)
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Going to have to go with the Church picture, really like it with the trees!

Nice shots Calmac

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Was wondering if you could please post the aperture for each shot please.

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They were all taken at f/5.6, except the duck, which was at f/9 (just a coincidence really, but it was getting dark, so I couldn't really make it any smaller than that).

Here's another to go with the "Red" theme:

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(f/8 1/200 sec)

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