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Just getting my photos up on Alamy from my recent trip to Italy and Greece (mostly Italy). All shot with the Sony RX10 IV...the long zoom came in handy.

This shot at the Acropolis was nearly racked out to 600mm

 

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Camogli, Italy

 

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On 1/23/2019 at 14:24, John Richmond said:

 

Watch out where the huskies go, 
and don't you eat that yellow snow 

 

It's amazing where the quest for inspiration can take us (some of us, anyway). B)

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On 23/1/2019 at 14:18, Colin Woods said:

 I just love  a photo that I go " what the heck am i looki..... ahhhhh "

 

 

 This photo works on so many levels , I would almost buy this myself  :) 

 

 

 

 

Here is my photo that I like from January, a container boat that was in Toronto harbour.front-view-of-the-bulk-carrier-ship-wigeon-in-toronto-harbour-canada-RBJ990.jpg

 

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On 23/01/2019 at 14:18, Colin Woods said:

 

Wow, what camera is that Kumar? My D750 is good up to 10 000ISO, after that it breaks down too much.

 

 

Here is my photo that I like from January, a container boat that was in Toronto harbour.front-view-of-the-bulk-carrier-ship-wigeon-in-toronto-harbour-canada-RBJ990.jpg

 

 

Thats no boat thats a work of art ~ I loved this shot as soon as I saw it :)

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5 hours ago, David Pimborough said:

Thats no boat thats a work of art

Thank you David. It's not often I get accused of producing art. It was pretty impressive though. I looked it up when I got back and it weighs 23000 tons, which is not enormous but I think the really big ships are the oil tankers which don't come into harbour like this. Any shipping experts reading this can elaborate on how big 23000 tons is for a ship in Toronto harbour. Here is a more stocky shot of it

A photographer taking pictures of the bulk carrier ship Wigeon in Toronto Harbour, Canada - Stock Image

 
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On 23/01/2019 at 14:18, Colin Woods said:
On 08/01/2019 at 10:55, Doc said:

Black rhino drinking at a waterhole at night, Etosha National Park, Namibia - taken at ISO 25,600

 

Wow, what camera is that Kumar? My D750 is good up to 10 000ISO, after that it breaks down too much.

Hi Colin!

 

Canon 5D Mk3; quite a lot of RAW manipulation in Lightroom afterwards!

 

Kumar

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On 24/01/2019 at 18:57, pierre rochon said:

I'm usually able to post pictures in a bigger size than in my last post, I forgot how to do it.

Drag and drop from the Alamy page for the image.

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25 minutes ago, Bill Brooks said:

That is it for uploads in January. Thats me in the MRI. Never miss a photo opportunity.

MRI Magnetic resonance imaging medical imaging technique radiology scan of a human head Stock Photo

I would speak to your doctor about the colour of your insides - I think they are supposed to be pink.  Or are you blue blooded? ;)

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10 hours ago, NYCat said:

 

Wonderful image.

 

Paulette

Thank you Paulette.

I liked the image, but when I looked at the number of photographs on Alamy for the same flower, I didn't like my chances...

:-)

 

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