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Lens: SMC Pentax-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL WR Camera: K-30 Photo Location: Oplenac, Topola ISO: 3200 Shutter Speed: 1/30s Aperture: F6.7 
Posted By: pacerko, 12-01-2013, 11:48 PM

Karadjordjevic Royal Family Mausoleum in Topola Oplenac.

First testing of Pentaxs WR in the heavy snow and cold (about -5)
constantly changing focal length K-30 was soaking wet
I only stopped taking photos because too much water on front element (don't have filter).
I was skeptical, but he is still alive.
Cheers Pentax.


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Beautiful image! I really like the subtle colors and foggy background. Thanks for going out in the cold snow to share this with us.
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I like this too. Somber. The lighting is perfect as are the trees that frame the building.
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Beautifully done - the color and atmosphere combine perfectly. You should be proud of a great photo like this one.

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Looks to good for the dead, ought to have alive folk in there living in such a fine building as that.

Great shot, very well exposed.
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QuoteOriginally posted by pacerko Quote
Karadjordjevic Royal Family Mausoleum in Topola Oplenac.

First testing of Pentaxs WR in the heavy snow and cold (about -5)
constantly changing focal length K-30 was soaking wet
I only stopped taking photos because too much water on front element (don't have filter).
I was skeptical, but he is still alive.
Cheers Pentax.
I love that fog!
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