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    Good idea the shoes with a wide angle. That just reminds us that we shouldn't always drive far away to make pictures and that we must look around us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steph View Post
    Good idea the shoes with a wide angle. That just reminds us that we shouldn't always drive far away to make pictures and that we must look around us.
    Thank you! I plan on seeing what other interesting shots I can get around the house today as well since my work is closed and I do not want to venture out in this weather.

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    Great shots so far! I'll see if I can add some fresh fish-eye photos soon.
    Nice shot of the shoes David. Good luck with your run around the house

    Edit: forgot that I already have a fish-eye photo on Flickr:

    Reggefiber by Jan Paalman, on Flickr

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    One from today, and guess what, we had another week of heavy snowfall (not to mention the next one is for tomorrow).

    Canon 6D and 17-40 L @ 17mm


    A snowy bench par Tounis_9, sur Flickr

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    Great shot Pierre

    Had to go see a running competition because my brother and girlfriend were both running. Took out the fish-eye to make the best of watching it. Here they are both:

    Lageveld Crossloop by Jan Paalman, on Flickr

    The next one was an attempt to get a new "couples" photo that my girlfriend wanted...had a little fun with the fisheye and some snow:

    Adding some snow for special effects by Jan Paalman, on Flickr

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    Almost forgot this starry night photo(only a few minutes before it started to rain):


    Starry Road by Jan Paalman, on Flickr

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    Another 17mm on my 5D. She is only 5' 2"

    IMG_0013 by clemmb60, on Flickr
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    My friend performing with his band.

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    wow, hard to believe this hasn't been a topic yet. what a great idea. the scenes above of the bldgs and people are all outstanding. Here are some with my first ever ultra wide angle lens, the Canon EFS 10-22mm.

    Rodeo Beach just north of San Francisco
    [img]Explode - - - Rodeo Beach, California by ernogy, on Flickr[/img]

    Mossbrae Falls in Northern California
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    Down and Dirty - - - Mossbrae Falls, California by ernogy, on Flickr[/img]

    Horseshoe Bend in Arizona
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    "Putting my best foot forward." (a self-portrait of sorts) by ernogy, on Flickr[/img]

    And The Watchman at Zion National Park in Utah
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    Sunrise....Sunset? by ernogy, on Flickr[/img]

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    You have an amazing talent for landscapes! The 2nd one is my favorite but they are all homeruns.

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