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"R" for Rounded Bus

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R is for Raygun


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ISO Speed     200
Exposure Bias     0 EV
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R is for Ruins

KM 7D - Sony 18-55 - f/8 - 1/30 - ISO 200
Nothing in the sky, but after took this picture of these old church? ruins, I slipped and smashed my elbow on a stone slab, felt a pain in my lower back, but my beloved 7D was unscathed!
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Originally posted by colinjames1953 colinjames1953 wrote:

Nothing in the sky, but after took this picture of these old church? ruins, I slipped and smashed my elbow on a stone slab, felt a pain in my lower back, but my beloved 7D was unscathed!

I am glad your camera is you are OK. The way you captured the image makes it look like you were the first one to find it after being deserted for centuries.
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Lol! Yes my camera and I am OK. These ruins are close to where I live, so I will try another shot of them at sunrise maybe. But I will make sure I am wearing my sturdy walking boots!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote colinjames1953 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 November 2011 at 17:58
Originally posted by Serdar A Serdar A wrote:

I am glad your camera is you are OK. The way you captured the image makes it look like you were the first one to find it after being deserted for centuries.


I have located the other side of the ruins, and would you believe it, they are in someone's back-garden! I will ask permission to take some photos on a better day.
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R is for RED lipstik


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        Red Wood in the Redwoods

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R is for Rusty
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Ris for
Red Ranunculus


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