Steve Paxton
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views 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 Tamron 150-600F5-6.3 SP Di VC USD 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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Triffic!! ysl Best wishes, Andy

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

Beautiful photo ... - LK

Hi Herb,

Great shot and it's clear that you have taken this one from the other bank of the Mosel and also in very nice weather-conditions.



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

Thanks Steve. It's a beautiful view. I do enjoy riding there especially on a warm evening

Berend you are right it could be anywhere with the Reeds, Ducks and coots. loved the light on the water. Steve

Berend only made possible by the high water level. Steve

Berend i went here to get this pair but it was not to be a close shot but a very interesting view point none the less. love those claws. Steve



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