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  1. #511
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    I miss spring.
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    - Rich

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  2. #512
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    Very nice, Rich. I love the colours and the perspective added to the scene by the fence is great.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    I miss spring.
    I'm still waiting for winter . Seriously, this winter has been the warmest in years here in the Netherlands. You can count the days that there were subzero temperatures on one hand. It's not the land of ice-skating it used to be.

    Fortunatly, there are still windmills :

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    Nikon D50, Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6
    10mm, f/14, 1/160s, ISO200

    I took this picture last Saturday. I have already taken many pictures at this place before (some may recognize the mills), but still managed to get some shots with compositions I hadn't tried before here. Comments and criticism welcome.
    Last edited by Prospero; 02-05-2007 at 08:44 AM.
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  3. #513
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    Great picture prospero



    Been here twice trying to catch the ducks in action... this is the best I've managed
    Last edited by Twism; 02-04-2007 at 05:23 PM. Reason: Just messing about with color space
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  4. #514
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    Thumbs up

    [QUOTE=Prospero;

    I took this picture last Saturday. I have already taken many pictures at this place before (some may recognize the mills), but still managed to get some shots with compositions I hadn't tried before here. Comments and criticism welcome.[/QUOTE]

    I recognised the shot from the other & straight away thought great idea, like this shot also.
    Kev.

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  5. #515
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    Not sure whether I have posted this before or not. I don't think so.
    Dromana in October (early spring)



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  6. #516
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    nice shot. don;t ya just LOVE that lens.
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  7. #517
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    take the lead

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  8. #518
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    Elephants in Kenya. D-50.

  9. #519
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    K1W1
    What are those buildings used for?
    - Rich

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  10. #520
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    K1W1
    What are those buildings used for?
    They are bathing sheds, privately owned sheds on the beach front that families use when spending time on the waters edge. It's sort of a Melbourne tradition. Twenty or so years ago they were considered an eyesore and councils were trying to get rid of them. Now people have them designer decorated and I seem to remember that the record price for one is some Aus$600,000.00 (that is simply the shed, there is no land involved other than what is directly under the shed and that is owned by the Government as part of the beach reserve)

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