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    Posted: Yesterday at 19:04
We have beautiful afternoon today so I grabbed my cam with Promaster MD 28mm, f2.8, Minolta 50mm, f1.7 and Rokkor 85mm, f1.4 lenses and went for a few hours walk.
Below are several pics taken during this walk:
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Enjoy.

Edited by Jadom - 15 hours 23 minutes ago at 08:01
Jack.SigmaDP1x,DP2M,SonyA7M2,Min: MC35F2.8, AF50F1.7, 70-210F, SL16-35F4, KironKine 80-200F4Macro, Promaster MC28F2.8, Rokinon 85f1.4, Samyang 14F2.8, Tamron: SP AF 28-75F2.8XR Di LD, 70-300 F4-5.6Di
 



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Thanks for taking us with you on this warm light armchair tour Jack!
It gives a nice impression of the town.
I like the Memorial, the Monument, the sunset over Waszygntona Street and Twilight best (numbering would help
Grandma can participate in next years DPE if we have her address
Great mural!
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Thanks for taking us with you on this warm light armchair tour Jack!
It gives a nice impression of the town.
I like the Memorial, the Monument, the sunset over Waszygntona Street and Twilight best (numbering would help
Grandma can participate in next years DPE if we have her address
Great mural!


Thank you, Fred.

...and pictures numbers are set.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote alanfrombangor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 hours 6 minutes ago at 09:18
Thanks for the tour, Jack. The only Poland USA I could find is Poland, Ohio which apparantly is named after its founder rather than the country but your Poland appears to have stong connections to the country. Is it a different Poland?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jadom Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 hours 40 minutes ago at 09:44
Originally posted by alanfrombangor alanfrombangor wrote:

Thanks for the tour, Jack. The only Poland USA I could find is Poland, Ohio which apparantly is named after its founder rather than the country but your Poland appears to have stong connections to the country. Is it a different Poland?


Yes, Alan. I live between the USA and Poland in Europe. They're both my countries.
BTW. Living in the US I've never seen any Poland as a place to live. Several Warsaws (capitol of Poland) - yes but no Poland. The only Poland I could find was Poland Spring Water (right Mariusz?) which is kind of popular on the East Coat.

Now, when I am retired. I split my time between these two countries.
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Ah, that explains it. This is the place I looked up.
 



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Originally posted by alanfrombangor alanfrombangor wrote:

Ah, that explains it. This is the place I looked up.


Thank you, Alan.
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Thanks for sharing. Always nice to see other parts of the world.

Ian
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