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  • NeilA330
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    2008 Beijing Olympics Equestrian Cross Country in Hong Kong

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2817400...olympics/show/

    Cheers
    Neil.

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  • uy707
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    Yes I did, nice pics

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  • Steffen Koschlig
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    found some more...

    from a lake close to my home



    have a look on the snake...







    christmas eve 2007




    i hope you enjoy...

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  • Steffen Koschlig
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    Here is some from my holidays at the Baltic Sea...




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  • uy707
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    Thank you for time some time in visiting and maybe developping an interest in www.usa-pictures.com,
    a picture data base set up in Bayonne/South West France and entirely focused on the USA. Everyone is welcome to post pics provided its shows something from this always interesting country. Not part of it, I started uploading some anyway. Don't hesitate to pay a visit and deliver your comments.
    http://www.usa-pictures.com/search-r....asp?key=uy707

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  • uy707
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    ^
    ^^
    ¬lways good to see more nice pics

    Time to offer something from my aging portfolio....
    Let's go to London where there is always something to picture
    Let's summerize a self tour starting from Victoria Station on foot ...
    a first stop is for little known Little Ben, which does not deserve to be cast into permanent shaddow because a bigger one gets the limelights ...

    walking to the afore mentionned bigger and proportionnally more famous one !

    eventually reaching the proportionally more famous one took a very long way ...

    time to keep going, there still was a very long way ahead

    Sign of rallye for real food lover, the French truck driver sign post

    BT Tower, which used to be the tallest building for quite a few years

    close-up on Lloyd's insurance HQ another one designed by Norman Foster

    A last shot before entering the proper LHR terminal and proceed to checking-in

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  • Srivers
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    im game... its been a while... moving on to new jobs and graduating college doesnt seem to make life easier... anyways heres my contributions...

    from my farm series






    from my Summer Series






    New York Series




    and a treat from my actual job


    love what the rest of you all are doing, really cool to see everybody's diverse eye.

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  • BA747-436
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    I think we've established everyone has figured out the 'selective colour' tool.

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  • B7772ADL
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    Here's a couple from me. Notice that I can't get away from the speed theme These were taken at the Goodwood Festival of Speed yesterday.



















    Last edited by B7772ADL; 2008-07-13, 09:33.

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  • z740
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    Red Flower B&W

    -Chris

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  • BA747-436
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    A few neat shots I've grabbed from my portfolio. Photos taken in Australia, and the UK















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  • uy707
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    the B&Ws win my vote

    Nice gallery Clovis. Are the B&Ws made with Ilford films ?

    Some more of mines

    Owing to heavy import duties set in the mid 60s' shortly after independance from the UK and together with those in Cyprus, roads and streets in Malta used to offer a full scale and live showcase of the British car industry spanning over decades. Not seen in Britain anymore except at collectors'rallies, many models kept hitting the roads until recently. Enjoy the drive in those REAL time machines.

    getting around, a mass transit fleet member. Since the early 2000s, colors have turned to orange ...
    My fav was this conversion on a 40s' Dodge truck chassis

    Near the Bus & Coach terminal serving Valetta, an Austin A40 Estate (Station Wagon in British parlance) tries singling out from some 64/65 Cortina and a contemporary Mercedes E series soldiering as a cab and a more recent Mazda

    A local tag

    An Humber Lynx 68/69 to better represent the Roots/Chrysler Group

    Flying General Motors' flag, a Vauxhall Victor 65 to 69

    A 68/69 Ford Cortina keeping company to a Morris Minor Pick-up, the latter driven by my hotelier !

    A Ford Popular

    Close by a Ford Anglia, its successor on Ford's assembly plant at Dagenham

    Still alive, albight in its twilight, this Comer van


    Some of Malta's specialities : ship repair and refurbishment . Supertanker MS Gulf Atlantic waiting its turn for the dry docks

    MS Gulf Atlantic showing off her proportions by dwarfing the freigher moored alongside. Adding to the decor, the church cupola in one of hundreds dotting Valetta's skyline ...
    Last edited by uy707; 2008-07-12, 15:02.

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  • screaming_emu
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    Maybe some day you will finally learn how to use a camera Clovis

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  • Leftseat86
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    Nice photos guys, I'll play.



















    Long Beach:


    Night:


    My friend DJing in my room:


    DJing setup:


    Sunset outside my house last year:


    Friend of mine who DJs:




    Poorly stitched photo of my old room:


    Random kitty @ my friend's dorm




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