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AlexOlivier

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#151900 9-Sep-2014 13:18
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Hi All.

Just a couple of photos. Most in and around North Shore. Using Canon 350D


(Bridge from Devonport Ferry Building)


(Those pretty horses in Devonport)


(Some ants..... man they just won't stay stilL!!)


(Monarch butterfly caterpillar... man they eat swan plants!!)

Cheers
Alex.




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Zippity
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  #1125019 9-Sep-2014 13:29
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Nice pics smile

AlexOlivier

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  #1125024 9-Sep-2014 13:31
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Zippity: Nice pics smile


Thanks Zippity :)

 
 
 
 


Lyderies
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  #1125045 9-Sep-2014 13:56
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I like the caterpillar, that is awesome

like really really awesome

can you do a Weta?




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AlexOlivier

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  #1125062 9-Sep-2014 14:13
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Lyderies: I like the caterpillar, that is awesome

like really really awesome

can you do a Weta?


I could. But I haven't seen any around Browns Bay on the North Shore in Auckland. 
Got any floating about ? :)

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  #1125266 9-Sep-2014 19:22
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I love the horses and the caterpillar.

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  #1125267 9-Sep-2014 19:24
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First one is awesome! Do you by chance have a higher res picture I could use as my desktop background?




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Lyderies
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  #1125710 10-Sep-2014 12:47
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AlexOlivier:
Lyderies: I like the caterpillar, that is awesome

like really really awesome

can you do a Weta?


I could. But I haven't seen any around Browns Bay on the North Shore in Auckland. 
Got any floating about ? :)


I don't unfortunately but when the sun comes out i have an amazing sunset photo i think you would love to take from my deck




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dman
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  #1126212 11-Sep-2014 01:18
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You show why you don't need to always have the latest and greatest camera! Good work with the 350D

 

 

 

I find it impressive what a guy did with an old 550D:

 

http://www.eoshd.com/2014/05/kendy-ty-t2i-one-guy-amazing-things-5-year-old-dslr/

 

 

 

But from my perspective the king of old and cheap cameras which are awesome to film with is the famous Panasonic GH1 (I have one myself!):

 

http://www.anycamerawilldo.com/old-but-not-out/




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