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Forum: Foto Fair 1 Week Ago
Replies: 32
Views: 685
Posted By Ann1e
Re: An Aussie Thing

Your post brought back a sad memory for me, Mark. Many moons ago when I was working in London (in the swinging sixties!), I shared an office with a lovely girl, Connie Exley, from Turramurra NSW and...
Forum: Foto Fair 1 Week Ago
Replies: 32
Views: 685
Posted By mik
Re: An Aussie Thing

Yes stick with the health food
Forum: The lounge 1 Week Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By Beagletorque
Re: A beacon in the sea of political iniquity

America to large to defy? (Not great news for a post Brexit trade deal to save our nation)
...
Forum: The lounge 1 Week Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By Jim Ford
Re: A beacon in the sea of political iniquity

The only thing not 'tanking' in the U.K. at the moment is Johnson's opinion of himself!

Jim
Forum: The lounge 1 Week Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By TimP
Re: A beacon in the sea of political iniquity

Can’t like or otherwise as all I get is a banner type page offering me a download of an app to watch something on. Sorry.
Forum: The lounge 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 4
Views: 184
Posted By wornish
Personal Privilege

I thought political correctness was bad enough in the UK. But this from the USA is just plain scary.

These people have lost the plot.
...
Forum: The lounge 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By TimP
Re: A beacon in the sea of political iniquity

That’s last comment “"He mostly likely changed the course of American politics and the American presidency. ” is reason enough to lock him up for good and throw away the key!
Forum: The lounge 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By drmarkf
Re: A beacon in the sea of political iniquity

Alternating current, maybe?

Positive by his exposure of war crimes perpetrated by the US military.
Negative for pretty much everything else.
Forum: The lounge 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 31
Views: 721
Posted By TimP
Forum: Foto Fair 2 Weeks Ago
Replies: 11
Views: 343
Posted By MJ224
Re: Fancy a quick tickle?

Too late Mark...……….*chr*chr
Forum: Foto Fair 13th July 2019
Replies: 6
Views: 373
Posted By Jim Ford
Re: Mistletoe

Mistletoe is a large family, including many tropical species:

https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/topics/science-environment/2018/11/australia-is-the-real-home-of-mistletoe/

I find our...
Forum: Foto Fair 13th July 2019
Replies: 30
Views: 1,103
Posted By blu-by-u
Re: Visit to Papuma & Bromo 2019

The first Milkyway was done in Papuma. It's rather noisy. EM1.2 v3, Laowa 7.5/2, ISO 1600 and Speed at 25sec {400 divided by (7.5X2)focal length}. It's the same settings I did last year except that...
Forum: Foto Fair 11th July 2019
Replies: 30
Views: 1,103
Posted By blu-by-u
Re: Visit to Papuma & Bromo 2019

We checked in to the same resort or whatever you call it. and we were out to dinner and milky way.

This time decided to take my trusty old EM1ii without that update.:o You wouldn't believe my luck...
Forum: Foto Fair 25th June 2019
Replies: 12
Views: 444
Posted By Internaut
Re: Flight of the Sacred Ibis

Nice set. Pro Capture would give you a lot of photos to select from (nice to have for very fast action though).
Forum: Foto Fair 21st June 2019
Replies: 7
Views: 291
Posted By Zuiko
Re: Portal to the Afterlife

Looks like he has photographed his own colonoscopy. :D
Forum: Foto Fair 16th June 2019
Replies: 15
Views: 511
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Fungi

It's a mazegill, possibly Oak Mazegill (Daedalea quercina (L.): Fr.) which is know to infect Eucalyptus. It looks past its best and seems to have some kind of mould on it.

Harold
Forum: The lounge 15th June 2019
Replies: 31
Views: 759
Posted By Beagletorque
Re: The "Like" Button

Well I have been through and "removed" all the "likes" and "thanks" I gave Mark going back 3 years odd on threads that he started, as that is all the advanced search allows.
Hopefully he...
Forum: Foto Fair 14th June 2019
Replies: 2
Views: 288
Posted By OM USer
Re: Himalayan Gardens

Thank you Mark. From up close it looked quite easy with good visibility but once inside that thought was dispelled.
Forum: Foto Fair 14th June 2019
Replies: 12
Views: 367
Posted By Phill D
Re: Short break in the Cotswolds

Thanks for your likes and comments guys, yes they are very photogenic villages. Hence, it's quite tricky to get a shot that doesn't have hoards of tourists. You certainly need patience at some...
Forum: Foto Fair 13th June 2019
Replies: 14
Views: 722
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Seymour Railway Heritage Centre

I have no idea. All I can find for Olympus is a fisheye.

Harold
Forum: The lounge 13th June 2019
Replies: 31
Views: 759
Posted By Keith-369
Re: The "Like" Button

Unfortunately, quite often comments can start to seem very 'samey' so the like button does the job in most cases. It lets people know that you have looked at the photo(s) and . er .. 'like' them. Of...
Forum: Foto Fair 13th June 2019
Replies: 6
Views: 428
Posted By Keith-369
Re: Bottoms Up

There again, looking at things from the pigeons side -

As we were walking by the creek
We saw a guy having a peek
He looked, he peered, then on a whim
We showed him what we thought of him

:D...
Forum: The lounge 13th June 2019
Replies: 31
Views: 759
Posted By MJ224
Re: The "Like" Button

It would be nice if we all had time to write extensive comments on each of the many photos posted here. There are many super photos I like, but really have not the time nor inclination to write pages...
Forum: The lounge 13th June 2019
Replies: 31
Views: 759
Posted By Jax
Re: The "Like" Button

I prefer the old fashioned method where someone actually takes the time and trouble to comment. Sadly however I am just as guilty as anyone else of excessive use of the dreaded "likes" and "thanks"...
Forum: Foto Fair 13th June 2019
Replies: 14
Views: 722
Posted By Harold Gough
Re: Seymour Railway Heritage Centre

The Laowa 7.5mm is rectilinear.

Harold
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