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  • Papa48 wrote: Red sky at morning, sailor take warning; Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Viewers of Papa48's images take delight, too.
  • Replied in Kewaskum
    Papa48 wrote: It has changed greatly, I expect, from the way it was the last time I stayed in my grandmother's home there, in August 1953.  Sometime in the 1960s, Regal Ware bought up my ...
  • . . . (continued) Portland Heights neighborhood, Portland, Oregon Portland Heights neighborhood, Portland, Oregon Portland Heights neighborhood, Portland, Oregon The clearing after all of the drama ...
  • Papa48: Yours are simply wonderful images of a phenomenon that never gets recorded in history books, but is among the most spectular events that most of us will witness (often several times) in a ...
  • Where to start?  We need more information to respond. With what software were you playing with the RAW files? The RAW files (with a .RAF extension) that Fujifilm cameras produce differ from model ...
  • Lively evenings, Basque spoken, children welcome . . .
  • . . . the storm.  Here are two photos of a short, but vigorous, squall passing through the port of Shimoda, located at the southern tip of the Izu Peninsula, Japan, in 2018 April. The palm trees in ...
  • Replied in S1 moon
    missedshot wrote: From the depths of memory, one cannot shake the impression of déjà vu . Phone home. . . .
  • OpticsEngineer wrote: The story may be that somebody decided to erect a monument, tout court :-) FWIW, the monument sits at the base of the second tallest man-made structure in the world, the Tokyo ...
  • At Tsuruoka Station, Yamagata-ken. Number 4 on the list of attractions is a monument to the circa 1950 popular song, Yuki no huru matci wo (“Snow falls on the town”). https://www.youtube.com/watch? ...
  • Commemorating the first integrated concrete mixer truck in Japan. . . .
  • . . . when the dangerous slope is now behind me. At the bottom of one of the steepest blocks of one of the steepest streets in the City of San Francisco. Fujifilm F70EXR.  1/340 sec. @ f/5.2; 2010 ...
  • Wellington100 wrote: I concur with CMCM's compliments, and your observation of the special quality of rendition of the SuperCCD sensors (and Fujifilm firmware).  As you did, a couple of years ago, ...
  • Along one of the many hiking trails in the Kamakura hills.  “ Koko kara Huzhi-san ga miemasu!” . . .
  • Spello. Umbria, Times Hotel. 2010 Peter Skene Ogden Wayside (Oregon State Park), alongside the Crooked River Gorge, north of Terrebonne, Oregon.   ...
  • The photo in the “A bend in the river” post above was shot while sitting at the bench of the table in the foreground, looking northward (to the right). This shot, also taken with the Fujifilm X10, ...
  • CAcreeks wrote: Not yet.  I think that the Sunriver Homeowner Association’s board hires people to do something that possibly is environmentally dubious, because we never have had serious mosquito ...
  • (Images in simano ’s original post redacted in this post; see that post to view them.) Underscoring Labe ’s point, the following pair of images come from the same press of the shutter on an X10. ...
  • The Deschutes, in a lazy stretch at Sunriver, frog heaven in the foreground.  2018 June 8. . . .
  • John.Laninga wrote: John, I have owned many fewer cameras than you have, and — counting only camera models (I have had more than one unit of some models — I can count all of the cameras that I have ...
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