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PostPosted: Sun Jul 31, 2011 1:31 am 
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Nice catch Jiko, how many frames did you fire-off on that shot?

My 500D isn't that fast* so I guess it was just luck. Might have been three frames.

*(Sometimes I think it has to be defective. After two shots it needs some time to buffer. And it's definitely not my memory card's fault.)

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not exactly of today,
took this photo 3weeks ago while on holiday with my family in Milan.
this is at the central station.
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Awesome photo

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Nice, Gekko

A recent conversion of an old favourite

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Beautiful shot Phil! Somewhere in Thailand I presume? Would like to know more about the boat, location, etc.

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Great shot Dubaiphil.(as always)

@ evolution i think it was taken at Halong Bay, Vietnam'
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dubaiphil, Awesome shot!

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Very nice capture WestCoast.

I love how the tattoos contrast with everything else in the image - absolutely everything


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that is a cool shot Westcoast.

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First attempt at solarisation, not everyones cup of tea but looks striking on gloss. Wanted to make a different sort of birthday card for my mum. It took whole cartridge of ink....very expensive.....shes worth it, i love my mum and i hope she likes the card. Sue

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Jiko, most of us would like to know where you found that "double secret" quote button???

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WestCoast wrote:
Jiko, most of us would like to know where you found that "double secret" quote button???

It's hidden in the upper right corner. :lol: But it's quite easy to set the tags manually. As far as I can remember it was hidden as there were some users who didn't know how to quote effectively - and seeing all pictures again before finding the answer can be quite... well... annoying.
[quote="username" ] relevant text, NO pictures [/quote ]

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In my opinion that's not such an exciting picture but I still loaded it up in facebook. I have done so with different other pictures before but (not expecting it) the picture got more likes than most of my other pictures - within two hours in the early morning :shock: That's when I decided to post it here as well.

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It's the Imperial Cathedral of Speyer, about 950 years old now, the largest romanesque church, shot in the very early morning shortly before sunrise.
Still I don't get why I got such a good feedback for that quite boring shot. Or does it just seem boring to me as I see that cathedral everyday as soon as I look out of the window or leave the house? Or am I usually loading up my pictures too late in the day?

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