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    I hope you do not take this for spamming - I managed to work on more images - many were taken with the Olympus XA and after some PS work (films arrived quite scratched from the lab) some are quite nice. The recent ones still miss a description that will some soon (I hope, it is just a matter of laziness)

    so, HERE they are.

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    Thanks for sharing!!!

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    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Glad you enjoyed your trip. Your photos rekindled many old memories.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Not bad at all for Honeymoon pix.
    ...especially not bad for the venerated Olympus XA!
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    Thank you all. I still hope more photos will follow - a few 4x5 and 6x6, but also some digital stuff. There are still way to few sheep in my album for New Zealand

    Seabird
    I had a look in your galleries - really nice shots. I particularly like the McKenzie & Emily peak. Should I find my way to NZ again - I would definitely like to make one or two of the long tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slnce-z-gsi View Post
    Seabird
    I had a look in your galleries - really nice shots. I particularly like the McKenzie & Emily peak. Should I find my way to NZ again - I would definitely like to make one or two of the long tracks.
    Thanks Matus. That shot was also taken with a Rollei TLR - but a 'cord rather than your 'flex .

    Its on my "bucket-list" to get back to some of those locations with my Technika - tho' the thought of carrying all that weight seems less attractive these days...

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