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    Newfoundland

    Few shots from my trip to Newfoundland. We stayed in a small town called Woody Point which is in the middle of a national park (Gros Morne).

    I might have over used my fisheye. You know how it is with a new toy.
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    SS Ethie shipwreck. Off camera flash lighting the drift wood.



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    Damn...love the first three shots....makes me want a fisheye....
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    I think you used it well! I can't tell you how many horrible fisheye shots there are out there, IMO the majority are. But I like yours.

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    #3 is a really effective use of the fisheye. Great lighting on #5 & #6.
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    Thanks guys!
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    i can see your foot in the first one. jk. number 4 is my favorite.

    btw, my boss is a newfie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adam75south View Post
    i can see your foot in the first one. jk. number 4 is my favorite.

    btw, my boss is a newfie.
    Cool, does your boss have an accent? Most of the people there don't have them or they tone them down when they know you're just visiting. My wife's boss is a newfie too, and when she turns her accent on I have no idea what she's saying, it's like a different dialect instead of just an accent. Here, like this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg9UEUG6u5c
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    Canon G10

    Pentax P30, 50mm 2.0

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    Your pics of NFLD makes me miss Cape Breton!
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    Although I love the fisheye lens, the lighthouse is my favorite from the group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickcanada View Post
    Cool, does your boss have an accent? Most of the people there don't have them or they tone them down when they know you're just visiting. My wife's boss is a newfie too, and when she turns her accent on I have no idea what she's saying, it's like a different dialect instead of just an accent. Here, like this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg9UEUG6u5c
    no, her accent isn't very noticeable, but she says some things weird like the letter H, she pronounces as hayche with the huh sound in front.

    she says other things weird, but that's the one that really comes to mind. nothing like that video.

    i met a couple of toronto canadians this week in mexico. they were both named adam too. we walked around as the 3 adam's.
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