Steve Paxton
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I come from a back ground of parents who loved to take photo and still very much a part of their lives and I guess you could say its rubbed off. I enjoy surfing, family life and taking photos as a Hobby. I started here on panoramio to show the world a little about my small corner of the world. I hope you enjoy the photos and come away knowing a bit more about this world we live in and how different this part of the world is to the rest of Europe and most other parts of the world. I have turned the camera back 34 years with a D600 full frame camera enjoying it. Current lens FYI Nikon 50mm F1.4 G Nikon 105mm F2.8 G Nikon 24-120mm F4 G Nikon 70-200mm F4 G Samyang 14mm F2.8 still enjoy helping other to enjoy photography as well. NO MORE INVITES TO NEW GROUPS I DON'T HAVE THE TIME ANY MORE, NOT UNLESS I KNOW WHO YOU ARE AND YOUR GROUP IS JUST UP MY ALLY, OTHERWISE YOU WILL BE MEET WITH REJECTION.

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Berend it was also when we walked it as you can see but its good to see the train running again. the viewing at the end is just great but let me in the water diving. Steve

Herb you look at home with the D7100 to pull off a shot like this but my bet all is not as it seems. Nice Steve

Herb nice touch the B/w shot i am sure its some thing i would think of bet the vegetation was harsh as well steve

Herb i think you are lucky you get to see wA in a very direct way. bet the places is not like your home. Great reflection a bit earlier in the dawn i may have been still like here as well. nice shot though . i hope you where able to get the flamingoes as well close up. Steve

Herb that sounds just like our water levels here as well. bring your own lemon and tequila. i bet the salt level in the water rises dramatically in summer as well. not a seat for hours thats for sure. Steve

Hi Alan, no this storm cell set the Sth West on fire.. We've had a good drop of rain last week.. just perfect for our Dirtbike ride long weekend. :)

Another excellent photo in your splendid gallery, dearest Nick! Are there actually two "girls" fighting each other, they both seem to have a group supporting them, or are the spectators just bewildered by the scene? :) YSL!

Warmest regards, May

A terrific photo', Herb, I love the way that you've caught the light and shadows.

Lots of colours and plenty of interest in the shot, big 'like', ~ D.

I think your younger brother shared the same name as me. I was at the South School and I think you would have lived in Queen Street at the time. Strangely enough I was living in O'Connor/Willagee for a while just a few years ago. O'Connor of course did the harbour stone works in both locations, the harbour moles would have been getting extended during your time in NZ. You may remember the big Lima crane and the heavy trucks using Mill St. Certainly a small world and I enjoyed seeing the pics.

Nicely framed Herb ~ all that wiring is a pain though :~)

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