Hahaha lol, thank you guys. Sorry for the travel sickness and desktop flooding
The picture was taken from a bridge over the canal in, yes Michiel Maarssen, The Netherlands.
our son Artëm, seriously playing billards during some local festivities
Modern uniformity for advanced students.
Hello Michiel and Simon,
I always enjoy seeing beautiful architectural images and nature photos. Your contributions are outstanding. Best regards, Leica 77
Some shots from today. Regards, Jerry.
Oop this one is from last friday
Very nice Jerry. That castle and door almost look CGI for a game perhaps. The details on the castle along with the light are quite lovely.
G1 with Kitlens 14-45mm Lens. Thanks for looking! Leica 77
Hi, Leica77, your shoreline pics inspired me, but I took my 45-200mm lens for those. See this post : http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showth...493#post112493
Now for some pics I shot in Brugge and Koksijde using the 14-45mm kitlens :
The motorbike image is just great . Thanks for showing .
Here some more bicycles . Padova Italy in May 2009 . Kitlens 14-45 mm .
Your street scape images are really inspiring. The color quality is excellent!!! Best regards, Leica 77
Can I join the club?
Finally, I have my cute new red G1!
Took it out for a few test shots yesterday, so thought I'd share one. LOVE this little camera, suits me perfectly.
Yeah Joan. The thing that will make me happiest is you finding a camera that you really bond with. I know it has been a search/struggle. The G1 is easy to befriend.
And I have YOU to thank for helping me get it at a great price!! THANKS, Terry!
Rafael love the shop window!
[QUOTE=Joan;113970]Can I join the club?
Welcome to the RED G1 Club ( sounds more like a local pub )
Mers les bains, Normandy, earlyer this year.
Just outside Amsterdam
I knew that houses are expensive and in short supply in Holland, but this example near Amsterdam, isn't that a bit extreme ???
I'd rather live in Mers les Bains, then !
Very nice shots !
These are lakes around Amsterdam where no leisure boats are allowed.
There is a place, if you can find it, where you can rent rowboats and explore the territory. It is really beautiful to swim too.
This was not actually a house but a way storing collected reed/cane for expensive roofing. But it did look mysterious.
A few B&W photos from a recent trip to Puerto Rico.
Street performer. Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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Horse and rider on beach. Rincon, Puerto Rico.
Birds and sunset.
Pigeon about to land. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Relaxing. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
I can't see no pictures, Sreeni
On Lake Michigan Beach, Charlevoix, Michigan
Oops. Looks like something wasn't right in my posts. Attaching the images this time.
Great B/W Images, Sreeni! I especially like the last one -- it has a lot of motion. All the best, Leica 77
Sreeni - Old San Juan? If it is, I have a shot from about the same spot. The hotel steps.
GREAT shots Cindy...Woohooo love the B&W
A rock and a hard place
Very nice BWs of Charleston. We enjoyed a lovely early spring visit to Charleston and vicinity a couple of years ago. The old plantations were particularly photogenic in the spring. Charleston with the M8.
I found that car today .
Taken with the lens kit .
Big enough to take all your gear . You could take 99 G1's with you , and that sweet truck would not be overloaded .
Some excellent mono images here, must try this with my G1. Time I posted a couple more 'colour' images taken with the kit lens.
1. Bird on a post (apologies to Leonard Cohen)
2. Blakeney Hotel
Great B/W images . Great thread .
I have a new home .
I thought I had posted this one but guess I haven't. Taken at Great Smoky Mt. National Park. These are Old Order Amish young girls--there was a group of several families touring the park. These were attentively listening to a ranger in an old small Baptist church in Cade's Cove. I had both my 5D with 50 f/1.4 and the G1 with the 14-45. I was trying to be both discreet and quiet--the 5D changed that LOL--but I got the best photo with the G1 because of the 45mm (90mm FOV with 5D)--it was very dark and the IS on the lens saved me. I did a small bit of NR and RAW processing. 45mm f/5.6 1/10s ISO800
I have some other 14-45 shots from that trip I'm sure--haven't processed all.
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Hi Tripper are these HDR 's?
OUTSTANING Amish shot, Diane
I ADORE The Beauty & Simplicity...
Diane - that is such a great shot. Love the color tones on it as well.