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  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Ohhhhh Isac ..... you are a wikkid bloke sometimes

    Phil

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  • Isac
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    All set to go!
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  • Isac
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    Done, see below.

  • Isac
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    Another great set Phil. The caravan guy must have thought if he can't lift the caravan, it is a heavy vehicle. HaHa. The noisy minor really needed a bit of D&B so I couldn't help myself

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  • HansE
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    I stopped here as well. Great shot Phil.
    Loved the softness and textures.

  • HansE
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    Isac could fix that.

  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images ~ and this is the final in the series ... hope others here have enjoyed them

    G'day all
    Here's a few 2017 images with various cameras

    77) Some caravanners have trouble with signs saying "Heavy Vehicle parking only"

    exif- Panny G2; 1/160s x F5,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 40mm

    77) The house of lines and shadows

    exif- Panny g2; 1/640s x F8,0; ISO-200; 14-140 lens at 14mm

    78) Mirror panels in a solar collecting dish

    exif- Panny G2; 1/320s x F5,6; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 110mm

    79) There's an acrobat in most families

    exif- Panny FZ-200; 1/1600s x F4,5; ISO-400; lens at 24x zoom / 600mm FF equiv

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil

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  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Thanks mate
    Your comments are appreciated
    Phil

  • Isac
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    More goodies Phil. The sand dunes are amazing. Well done.

  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Thx mate ....
    Phil

  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (19)

    G'day all
    Here's a few 2016 images with various cameras

    73) Tawny Frogmouth and young in the nest

    exif- Panny G2; 1/160s x F5,6; ISO-200; 14-140 lens at 140mm

    74) Setting sun & Parliament House, Canberra

    exif- Panny G2; 1/1600s x F9,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 140mm

    75) Safety floats alongside a swimming area

    exif- Panny G2; 1/400s x F8,0; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 40mm

    76) Myall Lakes, coastal NSW + sand dunes at sunrise

    exif- Panny G2; 1/400s x F5,6; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 120mm

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil

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  • Isac
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    More fabulous colours Phil.

  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    From the Archive .... Phil is revisiting some early images (18)

    G'day all
    Here's a few 2014 images with various cameras

    69) Reflections from the steam loco boiler, Wilderness Railway, Tasmania

    exif- Panny G2; 1/40s x F4,9; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 45mm

    70) Late afternoon highlights, Atherton Tablelands, Qld

    exif- Fuji XS-1; 1/250s x F5,6; ISO-200; lens at 26x zoom / 600mm FF equiv

    71) Blue Wren jumping to attention, Arthur River, Tas

    exif- Panny G2; 1/1000s x F5,6; ISO-800; 14-140 lens at 140mm

    72) Off to the winning post, Jandowie country races, Qld

    exif- Panny G2; 1/30s x F22; ISO-100; 14-140 lens at 35mm

    as always, feedback welcome
    Phil

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  • Ozzie_Traveller
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    Dunno Isac- but most times a wiggly / bendy road makes a beaut leading line into 'somewhere'
    Phil

  • Isac
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    I'm gathering you have a predilection for winding roads/tracks and I must say they do present as great fodder for a good photo op.
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