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Saugus Iron Works."Old Days Revisited."
Lens: 18-250 Camera: k20d Photo Location: Saugus ISO: 200 
Posted By: charliezap, 06-07-2011, 11:05 AM

I went to the Saugus Iron Works (circa 1650) and just walked around taking some shots. The B&W pics were processed in the k20d with the filter effect and I also used a polarizer that day.It's been almost a week since I've spent any appreciable time on the forum and a lot of good photos from others have gone unnoticed by me- so forgive me for that.I'll try and catch up.--charliezap

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06-07-2011, 12:18 PM   #2
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Charlie, talk about high tech, ,this is certainly it for the 1600's especially considering that the Pilgrims had only been here for a couple of decades. I like both the color and b/w, but I think the bw works for the interior shot. thanks for the thread, Bob
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That really is a historical landmark.
Thanks for sharing it.
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Like the series ...and the in-camera processing that I've never tried !

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Charlie, talk about high tech, ,this is certainly it for the 1600's especially considering that the Pilgrims had only been here for a couple of decades. I like both the color and b/w, but I think the bw works for the interior shot. thanks for the thread, Bob
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That really is a historical landmark.
Thanks for sharing it.
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Like the series ...and the in-camera processing that I've never tried !
Thanks to all for the comments . Kevin someday I'm going to post a thread for Pentaxians to post pics that were done with the onboard features of many Pentax cameras.It doesn't take the place of PP but you can still get some neat effects.I wish that I had a dollar for everyone that doesn't know what you can do out in the field with just the camera's onboard processing.--charliezap
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Capn - that's a sweet group of pictures - all of 'em. Great job, my friend.

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gotta make it up your way charlie... great historical site... i can see us manly men, jer, myself and you toilin' away at that hot blast furnace bending metal to our brawny will.... dave m
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Capn - that's a sweet group of pictures - all of 'em. Great job, my friend.

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gotta make it up your way charlie... great historical site... i can see us manly men, jer, myself and you toilin' away at that hot blast furnace bending metal to our brawny will.... dave m
Hi guys.--The Iron Works is a great spot for photos and the best part is that it's free admission.Jer is far away but Dave--If you're in the area give me a PM and maybe we can hook up.--charliezap

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