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12-20-2011, 11:14 AM   #1
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The Roman Baths

These were all shot with the k5, and 18-135 hand held. Slight noise reduction was used on just one image.

















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Very nice photos for such a poorly rated lens. I almost didn't get one based on the reviews, but am glad I did.
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Herculaneum, right? I seem to recall seeing these baths there, not in Pompeii, but it's been a decade since my visit.
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Nice shots. I'm enjoying my K5 + 18-135 combination too.

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QuoteOriginally posted by RioRico Quote
Herculaneum, right? I seem to recall seeing these baths there, not in Pompeii, but it's been a decade since my visit.
Actually it's Pompeii.

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Thought it was Pompeii! Nice photos btw.
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Actually it's Pompeii.
Ah, those volcanic-buried Roman ruins just get juxtaposed in my memory.

Very atmospheric photos. I like them.
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Very nice photos for such a poorly rated lens. I almost didn't get one based on the reviews, but am glad I did.
I am contemplating getting one. It has WR, and is a useful focal range for me. Right now, I use only primes, and I know my wife gets annoyed at me when we are on vacation, and I hold her up because I am changing lenses.

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