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Old 02-06-2009   #1
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Canon 10D @ ISO 100
Nikon 28-200 AF-D (manual when on a Canon)
If I recall it was about 120mm and around f/8
(incorrect EXIF data since it's an adapted lens)
Tripod and shutter release cable
15 degrees Fahrenheit, it was cold out!

To view that photo : It is dark, for best results view it "full screen" with no border in the evening.

Here is one that's brighter for windowed daytime viewing :



And here is a pseudo HDR that's even brighter :



And I took this right after. Multi shot stitch was kind of tricky to put together. That's my lovely car in the bottom corner It also occurs to me that when Catholics build a church, they really mean business.



Earlier that day, at the Great Falls Plaza nearby. There is a house from 1790 at the bottom of the hill :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera, 2 shot stitch, in camera)


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

Up the hill there is a lookout :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera)

Here is the view forward from that lookout :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera, 3 shot stitch, in camera)

The view from behind the lookout, park benches and the train tressel :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera, 2 shot stitch, in camera)

Ascending to the park becnhes :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera)

There is graffiti :


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

From that height we can better see the factory, though the sun is at the wrong angle ...


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

I bet when this massive factory was in full swing, workers would look out the windows in anticipation of leaving the hot and noisey place :


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

Also the tressel for the train track :

(Kodak v803 pocket camera)

At the top of the hill I am greeted by several telephone poles :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera)

The view to the left, the tracks cut through the snow like lasers :


(Kodak v803 pocket camera)

To the right, the tracks continue across the tressel :


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

In the distance the church from the 4th photo can be seen :


(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

There is the back of it and the top of a parking garage

(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

Here is a cool church from the day before :

(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

Nearby this smoke caught my attention :

(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

And my friend's doggie :

(Fuji S2 with 28-200 Nikon)

The day before that I received my 50/1.4 AF in the mail, I always wanted one. Here is my little boss doing her homework while listening to music (?) in a twisty position (?)

(Fuji S2 with 50/1.4 Nikon, no post processing)

Thanks for looking
Craig

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Old 02-08-2009   #2
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where's the pics maybe it's me nothing to see
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Oh no!!!!

Sometimes postimage.org is blocked by software or plugins ...

Try viewing this thread in a different browser

Install Google's browser, then copy/paste the address from this page into that browser and check if you are able to see the pics.

"Swampler" once was not able to see my pics from postimage.org, he said he was using some kind of "kiddie proof" program, like "net nanny" but I don't recall the exact name. He said it was blocking postimage.org and he had to adjust it.

I use FireFox web browser and "adblock" plugin. I was not able to see my own pics occasionally and I think I resolved it by adjusting my adblock plugin.

I also use the Opera web browser, it works well

Let me know if you are able to resolve the problem ... It never hurts to try a new browser too

Cheers,
Craig
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Old 02-10-2009   #4
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Informative travel history. What town is it? The factory reminds me of Paterson NJ . Have some k.
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That is a nice series.... brrrr, looks cold though! Cheers, Bill P.
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Thanks Bob and Bill,

It is cold

The locations are Lewiston, Auburn, and the last building is Lisbon. All Maine.

And I suppose it would look like New Jersey, we are close enough.

Have fun!
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they are there now huh oh well great pic really like the churchs and the snow looks kind of cold


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