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    From the cafe where we hang out, let's take a walk. Just any direction.

    The sunlight hits the dark north european alleys very late in the mornings, if
    some sides at all. But this provides the opportunity for contrast lovers like me.

    Lovely simple and elegant gallery.I know I should straighten it...but let's leave it as I saw it...


    Let's see where the alley would lead. Walk slowly. savor the surrounds. the
    happenings. look up, down, left and right...


    One is never far from the water in Stockholm. That's a main transport artery
    by the waterfront.

    Let's just turn..anywhere and see where that leads us...


    Like I told you, sunlight sometimes is very late a coming. Even at 1430 hrs.

    btw, you want to know about color combinations...just look around you. ( IKEA is next best !!! )

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    Like the slightly askew framing in the first one. # 2 is Romantically Wonderful in Every Way! # 3 has strong Contrast,Color & Framing! Rayyan....Thanks for Enticing us with your Photography,Travels & Narratives! Great Set!

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    I agree, Steve. It's like we're traveling with rayyan to all these wonderful places on this planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    I sleep early. Get up before dawn. Walk the streets, see the sunrise. These two cafes would open early. 5 minutes stroll from my hotel. very near to the Nobel Museum.

    I would have have breakfast here. Always found the cafes busy. Nice owners.
    Excellent food. Lovely service. BIG coffee mugs.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    From the cafe where we hang out, let's take a walk. Just any direction.

    The sunlight hits the dark north european alleys very late in the mornings, if
    some sides at all. But this provides the opportunity for contrast lovers like me.

    Lovely simple and elegant gallery.I know I should straighten it...but let's leave it as I saw it...


    Let's see where the alley would lead. Walk slowly. savor the surrounds. the
    happenings. look up, down, left and right...


    One is never far from the water in Stockholm. That's a main transport artery
    by the waterfront.

    Let's just turn..anywhere and see where that leads us...


    Like I told you, sunlight sometimes is very late a coming. Even at 1430 hrs.

    btw, you want to know about color combinations...just look around you. ( IKEA is next best !!! )
    This entire series is simply surpassing, Rayyan. Truly. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us. I know in my case, it's very unlikely I'll ever see most (if any) of the places you've been, so living vicariously is a good substitute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Somewhere between Raw Corn and the Cast Iron Maidens. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Another great series Matt. I especially like this one. Nice moment captured.

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    Like the slightly askew framing in the first one. # 2 is Romantically Wonderful in Every Way! # 3 has strong Contrast,Color & Framing! Rayyan....Thanks for Enticing us with your Photography,Travels & Narratives! Great Set!
    Steve: Thank you so so much sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    I agree, Steve. It's like we're traveling with rayyan to all these wonderful places on this planet.
    Osman: How you doing dear friend? My apologies for not visiting the L forum
    previously. ' Reds ' is marvellous. superbly seen composed and captured.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This entire series is simply surpassing, Rayyan. Truly. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us. I know in my case, it's very unlikely I'll ever see most (if any) of the places you've been, so living vicariously is a good substitute.
    Lloyd: Your kind words are the encouragement I need to lug my cameras!

    Thank you kindly. I had a brief look at the ' abandoned mine ' with the cron 35. Gorgeous documentary Lloyd. Beautiful pictures. I see the ' mines ; thru your lens too!!

    One and all thank you.

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    One of the main criteria for Ayesha and me to select the countries/cities we would like to visit is transport..the ease of it.

    The transportation has to be , for us , efficient, convenient, frequent, safe and meet our schedules of sleep and wake hours. And ' relatively cheap ' in keeping with the local prices.We might add to this and Pleasant!!.

    This invariably leads us to ' Old Europe ' in the majority of cases.

    Car rentals, for us both, should be our choice not a necessity...To Stockholm then...



    How would you arrive here? Walk, car, bicycle, subway, ferry? Maybe some
    animal transport?

    We visited the place above and the following one...


    One is the National Museum, the other an exquisite area to walk around.
    How would you travel to these places? I shall give how we did it later. Just for fun, how would you do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Lovely series. I esp. like these three. The first one is a gem. The simple
    act of sitting down, talking and the surrounds. Normal. beautiful.
    The second capture is captivating. I can think of many things. Let's just enjoy the capture.
    The mature couple relaxing by the promenade on a bench. Just what my wife and I would do. Lovely.
    Excellent Seattle photography Matt.
    Rayyan: Thank you, my friend!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Like the slightly askew framing in the first one. # 2 is Romantically Wonderful in Every Way! # 3 has strong Contrast,Color & Framing! Rayyan....Thanks for Enticing us with your Photography,Travels & Narratives! Great Set!
    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    I agree, Steve. It's like we're traveling with rayyan to all these wonderful places on this planet.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    This entire series is simply surpassing, Rayyan. Truly. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us. I know in my case, it's very unlikely I'll ever see most (if any) of the places you've been, so living vicariously is a good substitute.
    Rayyan: +1,+1,+1, what they eloquently said. I hope, you don't think I'm lazy? Im on the Left Coast, so, i always get here last.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Another great series Matt. I especially like this one. Nice moment captured.
    Lloyd: Thank you very much!

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One of the main criteria for Ayesha and me to select the countries/cities we would like to visit is transport..the ease of it.
    The transportation has to be , for us , efficient, convenient, frequent, safe and meet our schedules of sleep and wake hours. And ' relatively cheap ' in keeping with the local prices.We might add to this and Pleasant!!.
    This invariably leads us to ' Old Europe ' in the majority of cases.
    Car rentals, for us both, should be our choice not a necessity...To Stockholm then...
    How would you arrive here? Walk, car, bicycle, subway, ferry? Maybe some
    animal transport?
    We visited the place above and the following one...
    One is the National Museum, the other an exquisite area to walk around.
    How would you travel to these places? I shall give how we did it later. Just for fun, how would you do it?
    rayyan: I like this second photo best. The buildings make more of a backdrop for the boats.

    Ease of transportation's an excellent criteria for weighting a travel destination. Europe's much easier to get around then any other continent. Having said that, it's still requires a car to see Tuscany, Wales, Northern, Scotland, any place in Ireland (except Dublin; I destroyed two car mirrors in one trip!). Can't go everywhere in a lifetime (although it appears that you will). I like your style! Cheers, Matt

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    An ongoing project. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 200mm; 1/2500s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    2. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 200mm; 1/800s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    3. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 70mm; 1/3200s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


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    Matt, especially the first shot is stunning. You've captured the essence of the moment.

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    Rayyan, thank you for your encouragement, my friend. I'm glad you're back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    An ongoing project. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Do you need a helper with this project? Lovely shots front and back!
    YaY Seattle

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    Rayyan, thank you for your encouragement, my friend. I'm glad you're back.
    Osman: You are welcome and thank you.

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    rayyan: I like this second photo best. The buildings make more of a backdrop for the boats.

    Ease of transportation's an excellent criteria for weighting a travel destination. Europe's much easier to get around then any other continent. Having said that, it's still requires a car to see Tuscany, Wales, Northern, Scotland, any place in Ireland (except Dublin; I destroyed two car mirrors in one trip!). Can't go everywhere in a lifetime (although it appears that you will). I like your style! Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Thank you for the kind words. 2 car mirrors! It must be the side
    of the road they drive on! Of course you are right. Cars are indeed needed
    sometimes. No Matt. can't go everywhere in a lifetime. Most of it is left
    unseen and unfelt.

    Take care my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    An ongoing project. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Is it called the stalker project?
    Nice


    Sorry we're in a middle of birthday party here...


    Rayyan, the ongoing Scandinavian series is gorgeous. The wider, boat scenes are splendid (and for once i'll disagree with Matt on that one and opt for the first one), though i have an inclination towards the smaller street shots, especially the gallery (angle looks quite natural to me btw), and the couple strolling down the paved, narrow street, where the light is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    An ongoing project. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt
    Interesting and worth project, Matt. Those last two show why parting can be a sweet sorrow.

    I also found it interesting how similar the hair is on the women in the last two shots.

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    Whew... Lots to catch up on!

    In the mean time...

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    How would you have traveled to the National Museum? Most tourists consider
    that by taking a subway they would miss on the beauty overground of Stockholm.

    On the other hand, if one does not experience the subway one misses out on
    about 120 kms of art, design, color, and the essence of something very Swedish and Scandinavian.

    We took the subway. Our advice...find time to ride the subway.
    Some pics. Sorry I do not flash well at all.

    Let's go into one subway station that I know is not crowded now...





    [/CENTER]

    The train is at the last stop, so we can take some time...






    Each station has a different theme. We were lucky to give DPI members a
    private tour. one on one shall we say.

    Take the subway! Enjoy the art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Somewhere between Raw Corn and the Cast Iron Maidens. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt


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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    How would you have traveled to the National Museum? Most tourists consider
    that by taking a subway they would miss on the beauty overground of Stockholm.

    On the other hand, if one does not experience the subway one misses out on
    about 120 kms of art, design, color, and the essence of something very Swedish and Scandinavian.

    We took the subway. Our advice...find time to ride the subway.
    Some pics. Sorry I do not flash well at all.

    Let's go into one subway station that I know is not crowded now...


    The train is at the last stop, so we can take some time...


    Each station has a different theme. We were lucky to give DPI members a
    private tour. one on one shall we say.

    Take the subway! Enjoy the art.
    Very impressive subway station, and wonderfully captured. Does indeed look like you have the whole thing to yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Whew... Lots to catch up on!

    In the mean time...

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    Love this!!!

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    Rayyan...The subways dont look like that in Boston! I hope to ride this train at some point in my life! Excellent color & angles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    One of the main criteria for Ayesha and me to select the countries/cities we would like to visit is transport..the ease of it.

    The transportation has to be , for us , efficient, convenient, frequent, safe and meet our schedules of sleep and wake hours. And ' relatively cheap ' in keeping with the local prices.We might add to this and Pleasant!!.

    This invariably leads us to ' Old Europe ' in the majority of cases.

    Car rentals, for us both, should be our choice not a necessity...To Stockholm then...



    How would you arrive here? Walk, car, bicycle, subway, ferry? Maybe some
    animal transport?

    We visited the place above and the following one...


    One is the National Museum, the other an exquisite area to walk around.
    How would you travel to these places? I shall give how we did it later. Just for fun, how would you do it?
    What A View! Gorgeous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    An ongoing project. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 200mm; 1/2500s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    2. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 200mm; 1/800s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    3. D3s; 70-200mm f/2.8 VRII; 70mm; 1/3200s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Matt, especially the first shot is stunning. You've captured the essence of the moment.
    Osman: Thank you. (insert big smile here) The light was just right to highlight her and the stand with the background in shadow. Right place, right time.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Do you need a helper with this project? Lovely shots front and back!
    YaY Seattle ...
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: Thank you for the kind words. 2 car mirrors! It must be the side
    of the road they drive on! Of course you are right. Cars are indeed needed
    sometimes. No Matt. can't go everywhere in a lifetime. Most of it is left
    unseen and unfelt. Take care my friend.
    rayyan: I can always use a helper! Wrong side of the road and single track highways. One was on our rental and one was on an Irishman's car. When I found him, he said "not to worry, it happens all the time, enjoy your vacation". Nice people, the Irish. We were on our way to see our family castle in Baltimore, County Cork (every Irish-American family has a castle in Ireland!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Is it called the stalker project?
    Nice ...
    Corlan: Enjoy the birthday party. "Stalker"? Of course not. I am an aesthete with a camera. I wouldn't have taken the last photo (maybe), if she was 2' to the right. I liked the vanishing point created by the cars, the road, and her vector. The juxtaposition of her, the traffic cone and the guy in the red shirt combine to balance the vanishing point's movement away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Interesting and worth project, Matt. Those last two show why parting can be a sweet sorrow.
    I also found it interesting how similar the hair is on the women in the last two shots.
    Lloyd: Thank you sir. Their hair (believe it or not) was the first thing I saw. Very striking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Like the Late,Great Jimmy Durante once said, " Ha Cha Cha Cha Cha Cha!"
    or..Jackie Gleason, " How Sweet It Is!"
    Steve: Thank you! That's why they make telephoto lenses. I was also motivated by one of your 0.95 shots.

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Whew... Lots to catch up on!
    In the mean time...
    La Panaderia
    Jason: Nice B&W. The framing, pp, and catching the pedestrian - very good.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    How would you have traveled to the National Museum? Most tourists consider
    that by taking a subway they would miss on the beauty overground of Stockholm.
    On the other hand, if one does not experience the subway one misses out on
    about 120 kms of art, design, color, and the essence of something very Swedish and Scandinavian.
    We took the subway. Our advice...find time to ride the subway.
    Some pics. Sorry I do not flash well at all.
    Let's go into one subway station that I know is not crowded now...

    The train is at the last stop, so we can take some time...

    Each station has a different theme. We were lucky to give DPI members a
    private tour. one on one shall we say.
    Take the subway! Enjoy the art.
    Rayyan: Terrific photos! It's better (much better) then the travel channel. Compositions and colors are excellent.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Something summery, since it was 95 deg. f. here today. Record cold in June. Record hot in July. I'm really looking forward to August. Cheers, Matt

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    Very impressive subway station, and wonderfully captured. Does indeed look like you have the whole thing to yourself!
    Lloyd: I knew ' when '! I had been there yesterday!!

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan...The subways dont look like that in Boston! I hope to ride this train at some point in my life! Excellent color & angles!
    Steve: I am sure they have a charm of their own! Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    What A View! Gorgeous!!!
    Steve: Much appreciated sir.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post

    Rayyan: Terrific photos! It's better (much better) then the travel channel. Compositions and colors are excellent.

    Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: ; Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Something summery, since it was 95 deg. f. here today. Record cold in June. Record hot in July. I'm really looking forward to August. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: That color again! Love how you have captured the shades of it. Wonderful.

    95 f? Record hot in July? You must be in the sub-arctic regions.

    Take care.

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    How do you like Stockholm? Lovely. Where have you been? All over. It is wonderful. We are going up country tomorrow. Have you been to the islands?

    We didn't really have the time. Then friends, you haven't been to Stockholm.





    Let's visit them together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: That color again! Love how you have captured the shades of it. Wonderful.

    95 f? Record hot in July? You must be in the sub-arctic regions.

    Take care.
    +1 Gorgeous shot.

    I can hardly image 95 in Seattle, wow.

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    Michigan Avenue thru the Cloudgate



    And this is "The Cloudgate" aka The Bean

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    Michigan Avenue thru the Cloudgate

    And this is "The Cloudgate" aka The Bean
    Very kewl Jason. Love that first one especially.

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    Very kewl Jason. Love that first one especially.
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    Something summery, since it was 95 deg. f. here today. Record cold in June. Record hot in July. I'm really looking forward to August. Cheers, Matt

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    How do you like Stockholm? Lovely. Where have you been? All over. It is wonderful. We are going up country tomorrow. Have you been to the islands?

    We didn't really have the time. Then friends, you haven't been to Stockholm.





    Let's visit them together.
    Very nicely shot & narrated Rayyan!

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    Very nicely shot & narrated Rayyan!
    +1 from here. More magic.

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    Signwriter's bench - Ffestiniog Railway Carriage Works earlier today.

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    Great details in those shadows, John! I'm liking what I'm seeing out of that 16-35.
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    Whew... Lots to catch up on!

    In the mean time...

    La Panaderia
    Jason: Beautifully timed. Excellent comp.

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    And this is "The Cloudgate" aka The Bean

    Jason: Wow. Very good use of perspectives. Beautiful colors.

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    Wow Matt. The purple flower and the reddish-head at the stall... really nice.

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    Anything happening on the islands? Maybe we should stay on one!!

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    Before I forget...not for any photographic quality, but as an informative piece.

    We stayed here for a night. I thought we could get romantic. After all 007 was here.

    The last thing we felt was romantic! It was uncomfortable. You could go outside, but for what?


    Our master bedroom suite. Morning came, and I checked out. Fast, I mean real
    fast. I was sore, back and front.!!!


    p.s yes, this is the ice hotel. back to Stockholm!

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    Rayran... the IQ of your images are outstanding!! Besides, if 007 can pull it off, I'm sure you can

    Matt, those images with the 85 1.4 are just wow!! Hmm... 105 DC, 135 DC or 85 1.4?? Decisions, decisions. Good thing Nikon doesn't have any 1.2's anymore!!!
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    Many things happening here, and I'm out working. Jason and Rayyan: Outstanding photos! Impossible to pick a favourite.

    As for myself, I spent seven hours on an old, little supply boat yesterday, delivering provisions to ships anchored offshore, trying to drag some shots out of the cloudy weather.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    That's cool. I like

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    Very kewl Jason. Love that first one especially.
    Jason: +1, very "kewl".

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    Wow Matt. The purple flower and the reddish-head at the stall... really nice.
    Tim: Thank you. (insert smile #12 here)

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    How do you like Stockholm? Lovely. Where have you been? All over. It is wonderful. We are going up country tomorrow. Have you been to the islands?
    We didn't really have the time. Then friends, you haven't been to Stockholm.

    Let's visit them together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Before I forget...not for any photographic quality, but as an informative piece.
    We stayed here for a night. I thought we could get romantic. After all 007 was here.
    The last thing we felt was romantic! It was uncomfortable. You could go outside, but for what?
    Our master bedroom suite. Morning came, and I checked out. Fast, I mean real
    fast. I was sore, back and front.!!!
    p.s yes, this is the ice hotel. back to Stockholm!
    Rayyan: Beautiful! I love the earthy Swedish colors. The tone of your pp suits them well: rich. Also, the third photo's very cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Many things happening here, and I'm out working. Jason and Rayyan: Outstanding photos! Impossible to pick a favourite.
    As for myself, I spent seven hours on an old, little supply boat yesterday, delivering provisions to ships anchored offshore, trying to drag some shots out of the cloudy weather.
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    Jorgen: Great color and composition. The low horizon makes it seem more expansive.

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    Jorgen: Thank you!

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    Jason: Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Many things happening here, and I'm out working. Jason and Rayyan: Outstanding photos! Impossible to pick a favourite.

    As for myself, I spent seven hours on an old, little supply boat yesterday, delivering provisions to ships anchored offshore, trying to drag some shots out of the cloudy weather.

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    Jorgen: beautiful colors. the gentle tones have been used masterfully to
    present industrial ' harshness '.

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