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YONG



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YONG
Here are some beautiful photos of Romania.

Bran area

Statuia Decebal

Sibiu center

Enjoy! Wink
Post 17 Dec 2008, 03:52
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YONG



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YONG
Here are some beautiful photos of Slovakia.

Green Mountain-Lake Valley

Stara Lubovnia Castle

Spissky Hrad

Enjoy! Wink
Post 19 Dec 2008, 04:44
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Borsuc



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Borsuc
Cool pics Smile
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YONG



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YONG
Here are some beautiful photos of Ukraine.

http://www.bored-todeath.com/?p=950

Enjoy! Wink
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Tomasz Grysztar



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I just saw this video on APOD and I think it's really a great one (with a wonderfully fitting music, too):

http://vimeo.com/1250929?pg=embed&sec=1250929&hd=1
(I recommend watching it full-screen).

I wish you all many moments of joy and admiration of the universe in this just started 2009 year.
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
Here you can take a look at gallery of the beautiful photos of the Polish castles (you can click on the names under the pictures to see more detailed views):Enjoy! Smile
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MHajduk



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Post 26 Mar 2009, 17:30
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shoorick



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shoorick
BTW, Very nice castle gallery! Too bad i've miss it before! Smile
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rugxulo



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
I'm going to share some of my own photos of autumn in Poland: 1 2 3.
But please note they're my private property, please do not redistribute them!


The trees or the photos? *starts up chainsaw ...rRrRrRrRRRrrRRR!!* Laughing
Post 27 Mar 2009, 14:50
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YONG



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YONG
Here you have some beautiful photos taken on this dying planet ... Wink


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Post 29 Jul 2009, 12:16
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YONG



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Another three ...


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YONG



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YONG
Could you see "a child with open arms" in one of these photos? Wink
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tom tobias



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Beautiful.
May as well give up your day job...you are certainly, Yong, an artist. Top rank, too.
Smile

Is that urban area, part of the Kowloon side, or is it further north, into the "New Territories"? Gosh, that area was all empty when I was last in HK, maybe thirty years ago.
Confused

Photography question:
Question

I assume that this photo was taken in the early morning, and the sun will soon emerge through the clouds....How did you manage, in such low light, to gain a sharp image of the well illuminated clouds, while concurrently capturing a tolerably clear view of the dimly lit buildings along the horizon? Very skillful.
Smile
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
Beautiful photos, perfect color and composition. Very good. Smile
YONG wrote:
Could you see "a child with open arms" in one of these photos?
I think in this one Wink:Image
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tom tobias



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YONG wrote:
Could you see "a child with open arms" in one of these photos?
(replying with A lisp, not LISP):

I think the "anther" may be found in the anthers of the purple pentagon.

I acknowledge the excellent choice of MHajduk, the two cumulus clouds representing the eyes, and the two lower ones, the outstretched arms. Very good...

On a slightly different scale, if FASM forumers, the old geezers I mean, will pick up their trusty magnifying glass, (the young uns don't need em yet) and examine the Song Dynasty Junk in the harbor, they will observe a young infant with his mother. You may require a tad more magnification to observe the gal up on the 13th floor of the high rise, third from the left, (always to the left, when I write). She's waving a sign, which says, "come on up, old guy", so if I had sufficient energy to climb so many stairs, one could hypothesize a future child waving his arms about....You know the story about the old gorilla in the zoo, paired with the young females to economize, because he was thought to be too old.....
Smile
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YONG



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YONG
tom tobias wrote:
May as well give up your day job ...
I have no day job to give up. I just have a couple of part-time jobs. Sad Still, I barely manage to make a living. Embarassed

tom tobias wrote:
You are certainly, Yong, an artist. Top rank, too.
I take it as a compliment. Thanks. Razz

tom tobias wrote:
Is that urban area, part of the Kowloon side, or is it further north, into the "New Territories"? Gosh, that area was all empty when I was last in HK, maybe thirty years ago.
That urban area is part of the Kowloon side and is called "Yau Tong", which is very near Lei Yue Mun. The photo was taken at Hung Hom Ferry Piers.

tom tobias wrote:
I assume that this photo was taken in the early morning, and the sun will soon emerge through the clouds....
Well, it's the opposite. Wink The photo was taken at around 6:45pm in the evening. The sun was about to set completely.

tom tobias wrote:
How did you manage, in such low light, to gain a sharp image of the well illuminated clouds, while concurrently capturing a tolerably clear view of the dimly lit buildings along the horizon?
I don't know. I guess I was just lucky. (In fact, I did wait quite some time for the perfect moment to come!) Wink

MHajduk wrote:
I think in this one.
tom tobias wrote:
I acknowledge the excellent choice of MHajduk, the two cumulus clouds representing the eyes, and the two lower ones, the outstretched arms.
Yeah.

Wink
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
Here you have some photos of this still living planet taken with Sony Ericsson K510i mobile phone. Wink Autumn 2008.


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Post 30 Jul 2009, 10:12
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YONG



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YONG
Hehe, ..., "still living" = "dying"? Rolling Eyes

Very nice photos. Very Happy

Here you have the same combination: fruits, leaves and flowers.


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MHajduk



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MHajduk
YONG wrote:
Hehe, ..., "still living" = "dying"? Rolling Eyes
I believe that our Earth (and life on it) has quite big possibilities of "auto-reparation". Wink Of course, such process may take very long time...
YONG wrote:
Here you have the same combination: fruits, leaves and flowers.
I like your pictures very much - you really have "photographer's eye". Wink

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YONG



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YONG
Oh No! Poor snails ... A yummy dish, but not for me! Shocked

Hehe, the flowers are very special. Very nice photo. Razz


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