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WK you should head to Belfast while you are in Ireland. Great city and great nightlife. Completely different to Dublin. You can also get great tours around Belfast about the troubles ( plus you get to see the Police stations which have to be seen to be believed).

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Better late than never, gone from hobby modder to hobby photographer in the last few years. Mainly birder and landscape but having a long lens handy the moon is never to far away  12 image stack out o

Spotted this little guy in the zoo, adorably friendly. other shots (some of them were taken ages ago)

Made friends with a juvenile urban fox over the lockdown, he pops by for some chicken every day.  

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Here are a couple i took @ 2 years ago in the Highlands around Loch Morlich in the Cairngorms

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ScottlandSunset.jpg

And no, the cloud in the last pic is not photoshoped, It did actualy look like a great shark in the sky :o

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Wish I could get some cold photos here too, be interesting to see how the camera would handle them.

Right now walking around in thoughts of investing in a decent macro/portrait lens rather than using the stock kitlenses I got with it. Bit to much money in a way though to get it on a whim.

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Camera: Nikon D3000

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Focal Length: 35 mm

Focal Length: 35.6 mm

ISO Speed: 400

Exposure Bias: 0 EV

Flash: No Flash

DT770 extra cable rolled, managed with sleeving and shrinked, 90degree adapter secured with shrink tape....really need to find else to do. <_<

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new shot, a wallpaper. take with my new L series lens.

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download link (for the desktop) sizedfor my laptop at 1488x1061. sure ican make a larger one for larger monitors

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F 11

1/2 second exposure

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focal length 17mm

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Wallpaper shot

I took this shot today in the morning, a warm and wonderful day to be out. I have it for free download on my facebook page and I'm making it available for you all to use yourselves. I feel this is a good way to get my good name out there for a hopeful promising photographic career.

Cheers!

Papa6

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nice picture there Papa!. Personally I would have taken it from a bit further to get more of the forest behind, but hey I'm forrester...lol

We have a big waterfall on our bedroom wall, my wife put it there, first thing I asked was did they run out of forests which got me being chased for some time...lol

I could only wish to take pictures like that.....

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