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    dolamites and alps trip piccies

    just a few snaps till the reports come along

    started off a tad wet




    it was burstin for a make over, but staff were nice and place was clean



    folkstone harbour, their was a spitfire flying around all day, i never got a shot of it


    from the dull rain to two weeks of this


    the veiw from our hotel christiano


    corovara badia, the local town and gateway to most of the passes we did


    massive mountains and waterfalls everywhere






    gerry asking connor, do you think they have lemon sorbay



    neil and kev on whiskey night, neil had a wee nap after


    great company

    little oscar


    mark heading down the timmeljosh pass, i know i spelt wrong


    more to follow

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    Yaay! Good stuff. Off on the boat on Wednesday but going to Sweden. First time in ten years we've not gone to Italy... Goretex at the ready.

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    Brilliant pictures Tony
    (or is it Terry I forget! )

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    Thanks, on the agenda for next year so looking forward to reports

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash of the gap View Post
    just a few snaps till the reports come along

    the veiw from our hotel christiano

    Some great photos there tony, you're really getting the hang of that Nikon.
    I particularly like the one above, what settings did use for that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Some great photos there tony, you're really getting the hang of that Nikon.
    I particularly like the one above, what settings did use for that one.
    auto , still playin with those settings kev , make for very interesting shots as you can see, i was looking for some of the shots you took but you seem to have left the lens cap on

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    why cant we have bus stops like this at home






    look at the parkin spaces





    one of marks dogging site,s funny i did,nt see any canine,s





    castle leictensthein, dont stop for lunch unless you have a weeks wages in your pocket



    mark try,n out the cobble stone road



    the top ot the rollie pass dolmitio



    agordina pass twinned with montana usa, i can see why


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    Quote Originally Posted by flash of the gap View Post
    why cant we have bus stops like this at home
    i think steve has a more "interesting" pic of that bus stop, that includes some of the local talent

    nice pics tony. are the rich colours in some of them as they came from the camera, or have you tweaked them at all? i fancy a camera that can capture that sort of colour and detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    I particularly like the one above, what settings did use for that one.
    It's not the settings, it's the light

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    on the way to the grossglockner gerry said he had to stop in the woods for wee





    glacier on the grossglockner



    it,s not very commercialised




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    Quote Originally Posted by David Nimrod View Post
    It's not the settings, it's the light
    thats what i told him

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    i think steve has a more "interesting" pic of that bus stop, that includes some of the local talent

    nice pics tony. are the rich colours in some of them as they came from the camera, or have you tweaked them at all? i fancy a camera that can capture that sort of colour and detail.
    i have tweeked some , even over tweeked, but as kev showed me you can mess with the setting in camera, but most is just good light, it,s all about the light martin let me know what kind of camera your gettin, great to ride with you for the short while say hi to angela

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    [QUOTE=flash of the gap;3130882]

    Nicked that one for my desktop... you David Bailey you

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash of the gap View Post
    thats what i told him
    Apologies, couldn't resist posting...
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    Nice snaps, Tony


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