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Cambridge with the New Olympus 8mm F1.8 Fisheye

A lot of lolly!



Porters Bike.



Aromi with gelato.



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Re: Cambridge

A great collection, I like the colours in 1.
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...I like the colours in 1.
They do stand out but its the last image that intrigues me the most. I like the light in the entrance arch but feel the shot would look better towards dusk when it would have more impact.
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Re: Cambridge

#2 just says it all. Nice shot & composition, and sooooo apposite.
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At least I've learnt what it means!
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Re: Cambridge

Wowee! Now those are really something, Andrew. Your well spotted shop window is colourful and clever - I hesitate to say [B]brilliant[/B lest is go to your head.
The rest are merely superb.

Nobody leaves a bicycle in a public place like that - ergo you must have stolen it as a prop.
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Well thank-you kind sir. Better than the sugar rush from a big lick!
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Re: Cambridge

Great light in the last one. The bike makes me think of Skullion, the head porter in Porterhouse Blue. Played by David Jason in the TV adaptation IIRC.
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Re: Cambridge

Even No. 1 is not enough for a mk2! Great shots the last one really works for me, I think you were spotted.
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The first fisheyed post. November 2016!
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Very nice captures. No 4 for me, love that light.
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The first fisheyed post. November 2016!
Good 'eavens, must be almost worn out!
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