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D.J.....I never worry about the world ending tomorrow...if Australia is ok...then we are going to be ok../.. Now using the.. 'pocketable'.. Panasonic TZ100 .. with the all important 1" sensor..it's excellent all round performance questions the need for bulkier cameras../..For other tasks I use the Sony A7r with 24-70 Zeiss and 35mm prime..... The Sony a6000 and NEX 7 - with various APSc lenses...together with the Panasonic TZ-80 with...equivalent range of 24 - 720mm..../...Also the... 'bombproof'.. Pentax WG-3 when staggering along river beds.

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Enzo, zx22wz, Christophe, Ioannis and Alireza, many thanks for your visits to this sunrise from Africa and apologies for missing your comments way back. It was a great moment and I was very happy with this capture. Special thanks for your awards.

Best wishes, Herb

Another sight that we flashed past on out train Jack -that being said -the driver did indeed slow down as we took a photo opp here. (My last comment provides a link to my mono version.) Thanks for just enjoying this with me.

Greetings, Herb

Hi Jack, we flashed quickly past these bridges. Sure was quite different to what we see here in Britain and certainly in Holland.

Cheers, Herb

Good that you enjoy this one Jack. I am sure that the bright lights at the bottom had almost faded but my 10sec exposure has brought it up again. Turned out all right for all that!

Regards my friend, Herb

Hi Steve, aye star nights like this are one in a million up here in Northern England. Most of the time we have just too many low thick clouds full of rain, usually coming west from the Atlantic and so hitting me even more than David and when that is not the case then we still have loads of light pollution from towns or major road systems. There are places though that have less rain and light, the Lincolnshire east coast proved that the other week. We still have to go a long way and be pretty lucky to see sights like this however. Scotland would be good except for the 300 days a year of heavy rain too!!! This in no way, belittles the great shot you have here Steve which demonstrates not only your great skies but your talent and equipment too.

Cheers, Herb

See last photo re these gardens.

Gotcha'... Geoff..interesting legend..and 'good info'..... yeah.. I too prefer Cormorant rock !

Thanks Geoff.........it's neat little place...

Oooo eck !... Geoff,......... that's a daunting thought.......

Great, striking view!
Very well taken.
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Warm greetings, Paolo

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