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Just been having a proper look through all the decemberfest threads and completely loving them. Your 2nd photo and the rain on the window I particularly like.

So your doing this as part of a 365 so in the home straight. I've only done 10 days, 365 must have felt like a lifetime to this point?


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Thanks :)
And you are absolutely right! It does feel like a lifetime! I'll be very pleased when it's all over, when I don't need to chase that POTD every single day. It has had its ups and downs, but it has been a great challenge for me. Especially the last month or so with the limited daylight up north. It has at times been very hard to come up with good ideas and to convert them into good photos

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Not very pleased with today's decemberfest shot at all :(
But at least I enjoyed being out there even if the photos turned out mediocre. Took some better ones with the 17-55/2.8 and 100-400 though, and I will use one of them for P365

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The photo posted on Dec 14th was from day 14 of course - I don't have a time machine! :lol:

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Another one taken in the morning at work. Not very pleased with it, but I just didn't bother trying to do anything better when I got home
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I left work just at the right time for this one! The plane was taxiing as a parked along the road which runs parallel to the runway. FYI my local airport only has about 10 takeoffs daily on weekdays, so there is quite a bit of time between them
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you forgot a heading for this one "COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO "

Keep them coming Janern, like your work, I am slowly falling behind

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Haha good one :lol:
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Another maritime B/W night shot

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some nice shots there Janern. :)

especially the two last ones are to my liking.
not only because there is ships, but it's also not that far away from where i live :)

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