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12-13-2008, 07:57 AM   #16
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Amazing picture! What an adventure.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mark2100 Quote
Wow! That is mind blowing! The pictures are awesome!

Do you have to get permission from the FAA to launch a balloon 100,000ft?
How long does it take to go up? Come down? How in the heck did you find it so far away? Who is the guy with the axe, and how could you let him chop down a tree with your camera in it?
Mark et al with questions. Just an fyi many were answered in follow-up posts within PentaxPoke's 1st installment: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-dslr-discussion/31970-pentax-k10d-space.html
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Thanks m80 - I missed that first post... by ~104,000 feet...

That's another stunning image PentaxPoke - excellent colors and clarity. Kind of cool it's almost in my backyard!

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*just applause.*

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*sits with jaw dropped*
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Again an amazing set of shots and everyone should look at the full Flickr series. Thanks for posting these again. The 10-17mm give an entirely different view than the 18-55mm. I'm really impressed how well it handled the sun and lens flare.

Awesome work. Guess the camera can take low temperatures without issue!

I hope you don't mind but my favourite is the following shot. Always been a Stanley Kubrick fan and this shot is similar to the one on the promo posters (reversed)

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Thank you! The first thread is as great as this one! I don't know how I missed it!

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QuoteOriginally posted by m8o Quote
Mark et al with questions. Just an fyi many were answered in follow-up posts within PentaxPoke's 1st installment: https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/pentax-dslr-discussion/31970-pentax-k10d-space.html
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Epic. utterly epic.

how'd the Fisheye fare?

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WOW.... Absolute WOW.


I think I have a new desktop wallpaper, if I have the author's permission first
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Question.......................which way do you put up the tripod in a weightless enviroment.
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Your horizon isn't straight!!

Very nice work mate, fantastic shots
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Dude, this is an even better picture than the one you wowed us with in the first thread! Words fail me to adequately express the awesomenessicity!

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beautiful, can't really say more...
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Great to see "Pokes in Space" again!!! Anyway to use the ballon to get to San Deigo?
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That is really amazing!
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