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    Here's what people do for a living upcountry: Rice and sugarcane.

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    Jorgen, nicely captured. I too have learnt from Matt's factoid about sugar cane and rice.

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    Love this! Colors, vertical and depth layers...

    Definitely with an Alsacian flair, Rayyan. Got the spirit, the essence, and ste stones altogether.

    (and yes it can be surprisingly hot over there, not unlike Hungary farther east)
    Corlan, thanks. Yes hot and beautiful! The Alsace region that is.

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    Buda from the Pest side. Definitely a World heritage City.

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    Jorgen: That brought a smile to my face too! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Jorgen: A happy happy capture. Would bring a smile to anyone's face.

    Regards.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Adorable!!!
    Just as they've said. And let me add Priceless to the mix. I really like the b/w "upcountry" shot as well. And I'm with Matt... I didn't realize that sort of rotation took place.

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    Buda from the Pest side. Definitely a World heritage City.
    Great sky, wonderful, moody image. Definitely a place I'd like to see one day.

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    Buda from the Pest side. Definitely a World heritage City.
    The cloud,contrast,setting...Wow! Sweet Shot Rayyan!

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    I went out looking for a Steen-like model with pink shoes and skin tight jeans but only found this. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I went out looking for a Steen-like model with pink shoes and skin tight jeans but only found this. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place?

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    Tim
    Nice shot. I particularly like how the background and foreground complement each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I went out looking for a Steen-like model with pink shoes and skin tight jeans but only found this. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place?

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    Truth is, as great as Steen's shot is, I think I prefer your subject matter. Well, just this once, anyway.

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    Thank you sirs.

    And to be honest, if I did find a model like that in my little patch of woods, I'd probably freak. Still, the odd wood nymph might be nice once in awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    I see you're trying it out wide open. Any good? The images seem fine at this size. How about edge to edge? Do you reckon it's a decent street lens to carry around?
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Great sky, wonderful, moody image. Definitely a place I'd like to see one day.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    The cloud,contrast,setting...Wow! Sweet Shot Rayyan!
    Rayyan: +1, +1, what Lloyd and Steve said. I like the "moodiness".

    Eighty percent of the buildings were destroyed towards the end of WWII and the citizens suffered even worse. It should be moody. Sorry, I just read about the "Siege of Budapest". Too much information. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I went out looking for a Steen-like model with pink shoes and skin tight jeans but only found this. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place? Best, Tim
    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nice shot. I particularly like how the background and foreground complement each other.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Truth is, as great as Steen's shot is, I think I prefer your subject matter. Well, just this once, anyway.
    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thank you sirs.
    And to be honest, if I did find a model like that in my little patch of woods, I'd probably freak. Still, the odd wood nymph might be nice once in awhile.
    Tim: +1, +1! Beautiful photo with the classical fall harmony of colors and complimentary green. Great balance of foreground and OOF background. Nicely seen and captured.

    No models with pink shoes or wood nymphs out here, either. in fact, we don't even have Fall colors! Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    No models with pink shoes or wood nymphs out here, either. in fact, we don't even have Fall colors! Cheers, Matt.

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    Hmm... no fall colors? Well, seems like I did hear something about an "Evergreen State", or something like that.

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    Great sky, wonderful, moody image. Definitely a place I'd like to see one day.
    Lloyd: You would surely love it.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    The cloud,contrast,setting...Wow! Sweet Shot Rayyan!
    Steve: Thanks a lot.

    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: +1, +1, what Lloyd and Steve said. I like the "moodiness".

    Eighty percent of the buildings were destroyed towards the end of WWII and the citizens suffered even worse. It should be moody. Sorry, I just read about the "Siege of Budapest". Too much information. Cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Yes sir, too much history in the city. Even recent. Beautiful city Matt.

    I have to correct an error I made in the caption. This is not the Buda side, but the Pest side. I did the caption first and inserted the wrong photo.
    Apologies for that.

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    Hmm... no fall colors? Well, seems like I did hear something about an "Evergreen State", or something like that.
    Lloyd: That's true, but, the few deciduous trees we have should be turning!

    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    I see you're trying it out wide open. Any good? The images seem fine at this size. How about edge to edge? Do you reckon it's a decent street lens to carry around?
    Thanks for sharing.
    Michael: Here's an un-cropped photo that I took the other day with some crops of the same photo. Upper left/center/lower right. Lower right's out of the DOF, slightly. I think that the lens is pretty good.

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    Turner Construction's prepared for Halloween. "Hair Fair" is always prepared. Cheers, Matt.

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    Remember Winteregg? The place I was trying to get to and took the wrong path in Switzerland..

    Well what is in Winteregg you might well ask. Nothing special, a small town
    but I enjoyed having breakfast and morning coffee there and just wind down..


    You could sit in the shadow of the Eiger, the Monch and Jungfrau and sip your
    latte; and watch the clouds go by.

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    Remember Winteregg? The place I was trying to get to and took the wrong path in Switzerland..

    Well what is in Winteregg you might well ask. Nothing special, a small town
    but I enjoyed having breakfast and morning coffee there and just wind down..

    You could sit in the shadow of the Eiger, the Monch and Jungfrau and sip your
    latte; and watch the clouds go by.
    Rayyan: Spectacular color and vista. This looks like the place the "Eiger sanction" was filmed?

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    Rayyan: Spectacular color and vista. This looks like the place the "Eiger sanction" was filmed?

    cheers, Matt

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    Matt: Just a short ride away from here. I shall dig the place up. Excellent memory sir.

    Regards.

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    Budapest..History in every street. Heritage Sites on every corner. Hamza was not with me. The stones were silent this time around!


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    Alsace..I love rain; one gets to meet people crowded into cafes or under parapets..lovely people..up close.


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    Re: The 24-120mm F/4

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    Michael: I'm pretty impressed with it, so far. It's a nice size for walking around (probably nicer with a D700 or DX body then my D3s). I'll take a more analytical look at it, and post some more photos. Cheers, Matt.
    Than you Matt. I'm sure many of us would greatly appreciate your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I went out looking for a Steen-like model with pink shoes and skin tight jeans but only found this. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place?

    Best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Truth is, as great as Steen's shot is, I think I prefer your subject matter. Well, just this once, anyway.
    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Thank you sirs.

    And to be honest, if I did find a model like that in my little patch of woods, I'd probably freak. Still, the odd wood nymph might be nice once in awhile.
    ! One of the Best i've seen of Fall so far Tim!

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    Turner Construction's prepared for Halloween. "Hair Fair" is always prepared. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt..Nice "Lock Up" Series On Halloween! Any Discounts On The Rugs?

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    Remember Winteregg? The place I was trying to get to and took the wrong path in Switzerland..

    Well what is in Winteregg you might well ask. Nothing special, a small town
    but I enjoyed having breakfast and morning coffee there and just wind down..


    You could sit in the shadow of the Eiger, the Monch and Jungfrau and sip your
    latte; and watch the clouds go by.
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Budapest..History in every street. Heritage Sites on every corner. Hamza was not with me. The stones were silent this time around!

    Rayyan, Your Skills,Vision & Narrative Never Cease To Amaze Me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Turner Construction's prepared for Halloween. "Hair Fair" is always prepared. Cheers, Matt.

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    Matt: What's a ' hair pair '. I like that one Matt. Would have been really nice if someone was looking at them wigs, while adjusting theirs!!

    Nice street.

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    Rayyan, Your Skills,Vision & Narrative Never Cease To Amaze Me!
    Steve: Truly humbled sir.

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    A full brekfast for Euros 6.oo/= Too good to miss!!


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    A full brekfast for Euros 6.oo/= Too good to miss!!

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    So Inviting! Nice!

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    ! One of the Best i've seen of Fall so far Tim!
    Thanks Steve!

    Rayyan: I'm amazed at the places you see and capture so well. I'm living a well travelled life vicariously through your images. Thank you for sharing them!

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    Rayyan, Your Skills,Vision & Narrative Never Cease To Amaze Me!
    Couldn't put it any better. BIG +1 from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    A full brekfast for Euros 6.oo/= Too good to miss!!
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    But I've just had Parma ham with melon, spaghetti with seafood, tiramisu, coffee, sambuca, grappa.... I can't even start to think about petit dejeuner...

    Tomorrow maybe Very tempting photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Alsace..I love rain; one gets to meet people crowded into cafes or under parapets..lovely people..up close.
    Lovely indeed. I'm grateful for the rain.

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    Matt..Nice "Lock Up" Series On Halloween! Any Discounts On The Rugs?
    That is a nice series, and I'm impressed so far with the performance of that new version of the 24-120. I liked the utility of the old one, but thought it was marginal, quality-wise. For a wedding photog, this is a great range (and, obviously, nice for walking around as well.)

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    You could sit in the shadow of the Eiger, the Monch and Jungfrau and sip your
    latte; and watch the clouds go by.
    Just realized what I'd been missing. Apparently, those who named the Jungfrau, and the French trappers who named the Tetons, had the same inspiration! Hey, works for me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    So Inviting! Nice!
    Steve: Very filling too!! Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post

    Rayyan: I'm amazed at the places you see and capture so well. I'm living a well travelled life vicariously through your images. Thank you for sharing them!
    Tim: Grateful for your encouragement.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Couldn't put it any better. BIG +1 from me.
    Lloyd: You are truly generous sir.

    Thank you guys.

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    But I've just had Parma ham with melon, spaghetti with seafood, tiramisu, coffee, sambuca, grappa.... I can't even start to think about petit dejeuner...

    Tomorrow maybe Very tempting photo
    Hello Jorgen. That, my friend, is a feast you have had!

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    Lovely indeed. I'm grateful for the rain.
    Lloyd: It can do wonders for social encounters!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Just realized what I'd been missing. Apparently, those who named the Jungfrau, and the French trappers who named the Tetons, had the same inspiration! Hey, works for me too.
    Lloyd: Now that both of us know, let's get going pal!!

    Your kind comments are grateful received. Thank you.

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    We saw mountains..


    We saw streams..


    We saw places to make merry..


    And we saw places to find solace..


    We are thankful to Him for His Blessings.

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    Budapest..History in every street. Heritage Sites on every corner. Hamza was not with me. The stones were silent this time around!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Alsace..I love rain; one gets to meet people crowded into cafes or under parapets..lovely people..up close.
    Rayyan: Exquisite texture, detail, color, light and shadow. Painting in a gallery. Well seen! I'm going to have to try your "recipe".

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Matt..Nice "Lock Up" Series On Halloween! Any Discounts On The Rugs?
    Steve: Thanks! Mention my name for a discount. You'd look especially nice with a long blue one. IMHO

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    Matt: What's a ' hair pair '. I like that one Matt. Would have been really nice if someone was looking at them wigs, while adjusting theirs!! Nice street.
    Rayyan: Thank you, sir! That would have been a plus! I thought it said "Fair", but, I think you're right that it says "Pair". Now, what does that mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    ...Rayyan: I'm amazed at the places you see and capture so well. I'm living a well travelled life vicariously through your images. Thank you for sharing them!
    Rayyan: +1, what Tim said. My feelings exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    That is a nice series, and I'm impressed so far with the performance of that new version of the 24-120. I liked the utility of the old one, but thought it was marginal, quality-wise. For a wedding photog, this is a great range (and, obviously, nice for walking around as well.)
    Lloyd: Thanks! I've heard that the IQ on the earlier one wasn't so hot. Nikon's been producing some interesting zooms lately. With a good high ISO body, this would be good for wedding photogs.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    We saw mountains..
    And we saw places to find solace..
    We are thankful to Him for His Blessings.
    Rayyan: Beautiful. Boy, I love the high mountains. When I'm there, it's always a spiritual and humbling experience and i'm reminded...

    Cheers, Matt

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    My 1st shot with my D3s and 70-200mm AF-S VR II with 1.4 tc, hand held and I think I forgot to turn on VR opps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Rayyan: Exquisite texture, detail, color, light and shadow. Painting in a gallery. Well seen! I'm going to have to try your "recipe".


    Rayyan: Thank you, sir! That would have been a plus! I thought it said "Fair", but, I think you're right that it says "Pair". Now, what does that mean?


    Rayyan: +1, what Tim said. My feelings exactly.

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    My 1st shot with my D3s and 70-200mm AF-S VR II with 1.4 tc, hand held and I think I forgot to turn on VR opps.


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    We saw mountains..


    And we saw places to find solace..


    We are thankful to Him for His Blessings.
    Places of wonder evoke feelings of gratitude and humility for me as well. (More wonderful images, my friend.)

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    Lloyd: Thanks! I've heard that the IQ on the earlier one wasn't so hot. Nikon's been producing some interesting zooms lately. With a good high ISO body, this would be good for wedding photogs.

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    My 1st shot with my D3s and 70-200mm AF-S VR II with 1.4 tc, hand held and I think I forgot to turn on VR opps.


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    Doesn't seem to lack for not using the VR. Nicely seen and captured Steven.

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    Thanks Lloyd,
    I guess I am just a little spoiled with my M9.
    I am sure if I was on a monopod and had my focus point setup correct it would be sharper,
    I took this from inside my car.
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    Places of wonder evoke feelings of gratitude and humility for me as well. (More wonderful images, my friend.)
    Lloyd: Well said, my friend. Thank you.

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