A620er

A620er

Lives in United Kingdom Widnes, United Kingdom
Works as a Sales Rep
Joined on Oct 27, 2006

A620er's recent activity

  • Thanks for hosting a good challenge, N.  It was good to see a few more entries than of late Congrats to the winners I too have a liking for B/W - in my case probably because I'm somewhat colour ...
  • Paul's First Tree Paul's Second Tree Paul's Third Tree Thanks for looking Paul
  • Flowers 1 Flowers 2 Flowers 3 Thanks for looking Paul
  • Thanks for hosting the Challenge, Peter & for the HM Congrats to the winner. I'm off hiking in Wales in half-an-hour; lets see if I can capture some trees! Paul
  • I picked these three as not only do they (in my opinion) convey tranquility but they certainly gave me the feeling of tranquility whilst I was there It was a steep climb up to the ridge & damn cold ...
  • Yes you're right Peter, you can have great fun in both the heat & the cold; here's three from me to demonstrate: Hannah & Rebecca play Crazy Golf on Blackpool prom Rebecca & Hannah on the ...
  • Well done to Fenlander for running the challenge & for the critique. Also congrats to the winners & I'm looking forward to the next one Paul
  • Yes, Fenlander, the two shots of London were taken from the Stone Gallery (52m above the floor). We then climbed another internal staircase to the Golden Gallery (85m above floor). But they never ...
  • Thanks Sue, I was quite pleased with the detail given it was ISO 2000 Paul
  • York Minster Chapter House Ceiling The West Towers & Roof of St Paul's Cathedral The Old Bailey & Surrounding Roofs, from St Paul's Thanks for looking Paul
  • A good topic for me as I have quite a few to choose from.  Stone bridges tend to typically be in Ye Olde Towns or out in the countryside away from the main roads - exactly the sort of places I ...
  • It is, thanks You are saying that electrical goods are more likely to develop a fault during the first year of it's life than in the second year or any subsequent year. You are wrong but if that's ...
  • I'm sorry Aberaeron but I'm struggling to understand what you are disagreeing with. Mark B said that goods cameras that fail tend to do so within the first 12 months & not subsequently.  I'm ...
  • But without knowing what the failure rate is the statement is meaningless. Yes, if the retailer said to me that the failure rate is 50% then I wouldn't believe him but in complete honesty I've ...
  • Hi Aberaeron, Did you read my reply to Mike? Paul
  • Hi Mike. Ok I see where you are coming from but you have mis-understood the (admittedly not very well written) article. When it says "in the early life of a product adhering to the bathtub curve, ...
  • Almost certainly correct. This is how insurance works Correct.  As are cameras, cars, computers, printers, washing machines.  Do you refuse to buy these because they make money for the seller? Fals ...
  • It's a popular misconception that in UK you are covered up to six years & that in the rest of the EU for up to two years.  You are the first person I have heard saying six years throughout the EU ...
  • Thanks Bill What happened is that I happened to look at the three photos enlarged & noticed that the damn geese had had the temerity to actually move as I was taking their photo.  :-x Even though ...
  • We spent a couple of hours on Boxing Day afternoon at Dunham Massey, which is a National Trust estate in Cheshire. Like many Sony cameras the NEX-6 has "Picture Effects" which has a number of ...
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