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Old 11th April 2010
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Never posted any of my pictures up anywhere before but here's a few I've taken over the last 12 months.

Zurich


Grossmunster church, Zurich


Mellor Cross nr. Glossop


Heidelburg castle and bridge
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WOW Dave, that first one is an absolute belter of an image. Nice one.
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Re: First Posts

Like No1. Excellent exposure of buildings and sky.
No2 leans slightly down to the right and No4 tothe left.
I have the same problem, if I don't use a tripod and level, my photos lean down to the left 1 degree.
Overall a nice set.
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Re: First Posts

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Like No1. Excellent exposure of buildings and sky.
No2 leans slightly down to the right and No4 tothe left.
I have the same problem, if I don't use a tripod and level, my photos lean down to the left 1 degree.
Overall a nice set.
No.1, 2 and 4 were taken whilst I was travelling round Europe last summer. I forgot to take my level so almost all the pictures I took while I was there are leaning one way or the other. Tried to buy one while I was away but couldn't find one!
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