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03-16-2019, 10:10 AM   #16
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All with Panasonic FX500



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Great looking b&w.

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Great photographs all around, and really interesting subjects, too.
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Interesting subject Architecture. I really can appreciate modern architecture in all its aspects, but I myself don't want to live in it or be closely surrounded by it. Modern is a word that doesn't suit me very well.
Photo 1: remains of the past, taken in a parc in Mechelen, Belgium
Photo 2: an old farmhouse in the Province Drenthe, up North in the Netherlands.
Photo 3: tall building in Terneuzen (the Netherlands) a tiny city where I used to work. Photo was taken long time ago on a night photo shoot.
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Really wonderful entries, Titia.
Great diversity.

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The first one is more like a landscape with a building, but anyway it's LIGO Hanford Observatory in USA. Pentax Q7 and Q 08 Wide Zoom, 3.8mm f/4 ISO200, stack of 4 images, each 30 sec exposure.


Blue night by k kwb, on Flickr

This one is a cell phone picture (HTC 10) at Institute for Cosmic Ray Research in Japan.

On the first floor by k kwb, on Flickr

If panorama stitch is allowed, this will be my third one. Pentax Q7 and Q 01 prime.


Amsterdam Centraal pano by k kwb, on Flickr
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Two older photos I took with a nikon p&s




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Interesting subject Architecture. I really can appreciate modern architecture in all its aspects, but I myself don't want to live in it or be closely surrounded by it. Modern is a word that doesn't suit me very well.
Photo 1: remains of the past, taken in a parc in Mechelen, Belgium
Photo 2: an old farmhouse in the Province Drenthe, up North in the Netherlands.
Photo 3: tall building in Terneuzen (the Netherlands) a tiny city where I used to work. Photo was taken long time ago on a night photo shoot.
really like your first photo. Fascinating piece of history.
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Wow, many more cameras allowed since I last participated! Looking through the archives for something suitable

A couple from my Nikon 1 J1

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I love all entries and I think Jacqot is in for a hard time this month.
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Totally agree. Loving this!
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The first one is more like a landscape with a building, but anyway it's LIGO Hanford Observatory in USA. Pentax Q7 and Q 08 Wide Zoom, 3.8mm f/4 ISO200, stack of 4 images, each 30 sec exposure.


Blue night by k kwb, on Flickr

This one is a cell phone picture (HTC 10) at Institute for Cosmic Ray Research in Japan.

On the first floor by k kwb, on Flickr

If panorama stitch is allowed, this will be my third one. Pentax Q7 and Q 01 prime.


Amsterdam Centraal pano by k kwb, on Flickr
Great set, kwb, #2 would be my favorite.

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Beautiful b&w's, especially the 2nd one appeals to me.

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Wow, many more cameras allowed since I last participated! Looking through the archives for something suitable

A couple from my Nikon 1 J1
Nice to see you here again, Sue.
Great composition in #1 and great light & reflections in #2.
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Submission # 2. Condo complex overlooking a marsh. Taken with Panasonic LX100.
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Great set, kwb, #2 would be my favorite.



Beautiful b&w's, especially the 2nd one appeals to me.



Nice to see you here again, Sue.
Great composition in #1 and great light & reflections in #2.
Thanks, Bart. Not sure how long I'll hang in this time... I seem to come and go and go and go.

Some nice shots in this topic. Loving the LX100 ones too, especially the condo complex from pbancr
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Court house entrance - Pentax Q7 with 08 lens
Old building - Pentax Q7 and 06 lens.
Water tower - Pentax Q and 03 lens.

Thanks for looking,
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Wow, many more cameras allowed since I last participated! Looking through the archives for something suitable

A couple from my Nikon 1 J1
Love those reflections.
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