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    GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    Hello everybody

    for my first thread in the 4/3 forum, here are some pictures from last year's trip in the south-west USA; in this first installment, some nature & landscape...

    - Writing on the Grand Canyon


    - Turret Arch at sunset


    - Horseshoe bend


    - The Mummy, Lower Antilope Canyon


    - Upper Antilope Canyon


    - Two Wolves, Upper Antilope Canyon


    - Elephant Rock, Valley of Fire


    - Manly Beacon at dawn, Death Valley


    - Geometries, Death Valley


    Hope you enjoyed!
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    Re: GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    Great shots. Reminds me a lot of my trip to Page, AZ and the Grand Canyon last year. Love the horseshoe bend wide-angle!

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    Re: GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    GReat Shots

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    Re: GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    Wonderful images, Vieri, well seen and well captured. The GF1 really is a great little camera!

    Ciao,

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    Re: GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    Quote Originally Posted by ggibson View Post
    Great shots. Reminds me a lot of my trip to Page, AZ and the Grand Canyon last year. Love the horseshoe bend wide-angle!
    Quote Originally Posted by Apperloo View Post
    GReat Shots
    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    Wonderful images, Vieri, well seen and well captured. The GF1 really is a great little camera!

    Ciao,
    Thank you very much everyone, I am glad you enjoyed them! Indeed the GF1 is a great little camera, surprisingly so at times.
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    Re: GF1 in the south-west USA - Part 1, nature

    awesome pics! I especially love that writing on grand canyon one. What lenses did you use?

    I recently took the GF1 + 20mm to SE Utah.. some pics here..

    http://forum.getdpi.com/forum/showthread.php?t=25435

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