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Bugsy

One Too Many
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Oldenfjord, Olden Norway


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City Hall, Seville, Spain


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Sunset over the Grand Canal, Venice, Italy
 

scooter

Practically Family
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Arizona
I'll play.

Two of my favorite girls fighting over a bite of ice cream.
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Four Peaks outside Phoenix, from a kayak in the middle of Saguaro Lake
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A cat and his bag, plus his sister saying, "Hey, whatcha doin' in there?"
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Doctor Strange

I'll Lock Up
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Some of my stuff from the last few years. All old-tech film photography with classic equipment...

These first ones are 35mm, shot with an Olympus OM-2n:

Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskills (I don't want to think about what this looks like now after Irene!):

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Fall foliage on Indian Brook Road in Fahnestock State Park, New York's Hudson Highlands:

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Appalachian Trail in the Osborn Preserve, New York's Hudson Highlands:

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Mansion ruin on the New Jersey Palisades:

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These next ones were shot with Minox subminiature cameras - the b/w ones with a 1956 model IIIS, the color one with a 1963 model B:

Stand of bamboo:

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Intense cliffs at Minnewaska, Shawangunk Mountains:

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Atop Mount Equinox, Taconic Mountains of Vermont:

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Oh, and here's the Minox IIIS, a masterpiece of 1930s-1950s design!:

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Steven180

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We are getting some pretty impressive shots here from our amateurs! Thanks to all for sharing, this is going to be a great thread that's going to take right off! Thanks to avedwards for the great idea.

DJH - clearly a professional, very impressive Sir.

Jauguar66 - clearly you are adept at a lot more that fine classic cars!

DS, thanks for the autumn foliage shot, I need a timely screen saver. And very interesting classic camera you have there in that Minox...that's history.

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C-dot

Call Me a Cab
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Toronto, Canada
C-dot.... great picture of your sweet baby and the bee :)

Thank you :) I loved her so much. She even had a large white streak on her chest, so we were quite a pair walking down the street together.

Your winter scenes are absolutely breathtaking, they would make gorgeous prints for a wall!

That would be cool to see, Prince Edward? Wow...

I found it :) He was presenting the Canadian Duke of Edinburgh's Award. My sweetie was brilliant enough to win it in the highest of its three standards.

It's really a candid shot, but I think my perspective was great. Considering how contorted my stance was at the time, it's great quality aswell lol

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V.C, I'm glad you liked my bee picture. Everyone's photos are great!
 
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Shangas

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Hi V.C.B., glad you like my photograph of the cathedral.

Here's a couple more shots to share with everyone...

Chinese Temple; Singapore:
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By the light of the Silvery Moon:
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Trishaw Puller taking a snooze in the Singapore Shade (parked outside Raffles Hotel):
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St. Andrews' Cathdral, Singapore:
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During the Fall of Singapore in 1942, it's my understanding that the Cathedral was turned into a hospital for wounded soldiers.

Edwardian Writing Case:
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Pocketwatch Movement; 1918 15-jewel Elgin:
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Jaguar66

A-List Customer
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San Rafael, CA
The first and last shots are beautiful! I think I recognise San Francisco Harbour. What is the last photo?

The second shot is Point Bonita, look out south west.

The 3rd shot is inside of one of the abandoned buildings facing the west at Fort Barry, in the Marin Headlands. One of the buildings that supported one of the cannons facing west.

http://www.nps.gov/goga/historyculture/fort-barry.htm
 
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R.G. White

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Tango Yankee

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Some very nice photographs here! :eusa_clap:eusa_clap

My home computer is down at the moment, so I don't have access to most of my digital or digitized photographs. Here is one I took recently that I'm fairly pleased with. Our granddaughter, Bella, was watching the birds at the bird feeders when I picked up my camera. One thing I like about it is that she didn't go into one of her usual poses when she saw me with the camera.

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Another recent photo of mine my wife liked so much she had it blown up and mounted and hung on the wall. It's of a hummingbird approaching one of our feeders, with the wings back at the top of their stroke. Once I get access to my data drive I'll post it as well.

Regards,
Tom

P.S. Yes, she has her "Papa" wrapped around her finger! :D But not quite as much as she would like since we are doing the parenting role rather than the grandparenting one.
 

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