Fresh shots from Europe

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  1. hwyhobo

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    Thanks. The first one you mentioned is definitely one of my favorites. It has an atmosphere of days gone by, and it goes well with the permanence of the mountains.

    On a more somber note, I spent 3 weeks immediately preceding the attacks in London in the Edgware Road area and used the Edgware Rd and King's Cross stations every day. Thinking back on it, the photo of the Islamic cleric recruiting on Oxford St. near Edgware Rd gives me strange vibes.
     
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    Well done. Tatra Mountains are a beautiful place for sure, but it's a very difficult task to have a good picture over there (like in most of the mountains in fact). Thanks for sharing!
     
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    I can imagine.

    And you were able to catch an image and have it to look back at forever.

    I'm sure you will never forget that.
     
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    Here are a couple I took in Amsterdam in the RLD a few years ago. Taken with a Nikon N90s with a Nikon D 70-200 f2.8 (The Good One). Sorry these are scans done on a Lexmark and not that great.

    John

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