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03-29-2009, 07:00 AM   #136
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Some ad.....

After adding the above 11 I must have catched up more or less, I guess... For those who want to see the series so far without comments etc. visit my website.

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63 64 67 these photos sure good. Did I translate correctly, that you no longer would show the photos in this thread? Why?
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Thanks drmartin. No, I sure will continue to show photos in this thread ! Only for those who want no comments I added the link to my website.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
Some fun with the camera in the bus, during our mid-workshop excursion.



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Thanks Javier! It was quite hard to get a somewhat decent one, because of the bumps the bus made....
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#69 Roof construction

Ever again I find it tempting to make pictures of people at great hights or far distances. Today's photo is an extreme crop of a photo of two man working at the roof of an enormous barn. It is probably the 10% centre of the original....



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Rense, one of the cool things about the K20D is with all those pixels, it allows for some crazy cropping! nice capture!
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70 Sweeping the train station

Thanks Javier!

I had to attent a meeting this week, and I decided to take the train instead of the car. It gives more opportunities to make some pictures . In the time I was waiting for the arrival of my train, the station was cleaned by two men. The first one was playing hide and seek all the time, but I was able to get some nice photos of the second one....



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Nice captures Sitting Bull!
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#71 Uncovering sileage

No farmers in my Men at Work until now, although my family, and the family of my wife are mostly farmers! Probably this is understandable and forgiveable, because most farmers are 'hidden in their machinery' doing their jobs.... But... sometimes they are not, and then again: probably it would be nice to have some photos here of farmers in their tractor etc. I have some remembrance of these photos from the fifties, with large rows of combines from the large fields in the US and the USSR, and I always liked these pictures. It will be a challenge to depict the people in such photos however.....

For now, I've got a photo of two farmers, probably a father and son, who are uncovering sileage. No machinery, just simple handwork. And I promise more photos of farmers!



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#72 Teaching a student

Yesterday was the spring information day of the Wageningen University for high school students. Although I had no official tast, I visited the happening becuase my wife had to give information to possible future students....and for the photos, of course. This was my professor back in the early 90's, who is explaining one of the student assistants the functionallity of raised bogs....some people never stop teaching !



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what a great idea you have here..and some great shots as well!! The firefighter one is awesome! ( I know, i'm a little biased). The one in the dinner with the faces in back and the waitress is great too!
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what a great idea you have here..and some great shots as well!! The firefighter one is awesome! ( I know, i'm a little biased). The one in the dinner with the faces in back and the waitress is great too!
Thanks a lot! I myself like the waitress too (well, her photo....).
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