Old camera appreciation!

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Very nice BW, Barry. Also, very thoughtful message.

These are with A700 and Kiron 70-200 MD lens with MD/MA glass less adapter.

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Dimage A2 in Spain.
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Sevilla
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Lovely vernacular photos, Sury.

Thanks for sharing,
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Continuing with "vernacular", these are images with QX10 which I think is a very good camera though I had issues with maintaining connectivity. This may not be old camera but certainly is (almost) forgotten camera.
Las Vegas, Nevada. Taken in May 2014 when our son turned 21 and we celebrated with me buying him his first "legal" drink. Soon I realized Vegas is not a place a father and son should visit. :lol:

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Indeed very colourful, Sury.


20 September 2007 - 10:56 am
I was at Topkapi Palace on the historical peninsula and this view is of Karaköy District that accommodates historic Galata Tower and many other historic buildings.

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I like this thread! Yildiz, nice photo! I want to visit Turkey again!

Here are a few I took with my KM 7D + Sigma 18-125mm f3.5-5.6 while traveling in Europe for a few weeks in 2005 using a Eurail pass.

Verona, Italy

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Marktplatz, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany

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Vienna, Austria

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Offering me a 2 for 1 in Amsterdam? :-)

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Nice set Henry. I live the Verona and Vienna the most. I can only imagine the euphoria you were experiencing in a rebel without a cause way in Amsterdam.

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Henry. as Sury I can't see pictures in the latest post.
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Sury can see them. Maybe a temporary glitch. Reload the page, I suppose.
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sury wrote: Tue Apr 13, 2021 2:05 pm Nice set Henry. I live the Verona and Vienna the most. I can only imagine the euphoria you were experiencing in a rebel without a cause way in Amsterdam.
She was speaking Dutch so I am not sure exactly what she said to me, but she seemed in a jovial mood. :) I decided to pass on what I perceived to be her very kind offer. :lol:

Here is another one in 2005 on that same trip.

Chain Bridge, Budapest

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Henry, you are the master of perspectives and composition. Enough said.

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Nice cityscapes, Henry.
When travelling is safer around the world, Henry, and as the unofficial citizen of Turkey appointed solely by me, you can always revisit 'your country'. :)

Henry's photos that he shares from his gallery indeed aren't visible and showed broken links on my computer as well.
Refreshing the page doesn't solve the problem; may be a server, region or computer security setting issue.

But, I can view them on my cellphone that shares the same telecom infrastructure. Go figure!

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aster wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:48 am .
Nice cityscapes, Henry.
When travelling is safer around the world, Henry, and as the unofficial citizen of Turkey appointed solely by me, you can always revisit 'your country'. :)
I would love to visit Turkey again! My 2014 trip was wonderful. Still waiting for a vaccination here in Japan. They are very slow here.
aster wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 8:48 am
Henry's photos that he shares from his gallery indeed aren't visible and showed broken links on my computer as well.
Refreshing the page doesn't solve the problem; may be a server, region or computer security setting issue.

But, I can view them on my cellphone that shares the same telecom infrastructure. Go figure!
Strange that some of you can see the photos and some of you cannot.
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