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I live in Hungary. Taking pictures is just one of my hobbies. I have been engaged in this activity for ages intermittently, with small breaks, so I regard myself as a a permanent beginner. :) I studied in Prague (the capital city of the Czech Republic) and I worked as an electronic engineer in the development field. (In Hungary, the order of the names is reverse as compared to most other countries of the world, so the surname comes first and the first name afterwards. So my first name is Csaba.) - Pajtás (1963) - Werra (1967) - Zenit E (1974) - Mamiya ZE2 (1983) - Nikon F70 (1996) - Nikon F100 (2000) - Nikon D100 (2003) - Nikon D2X (2005) - Nikon 1 V1 (2011) "The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it." /Ansel Adams/

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Thanks a lot theSergeant Gonzalez for nice comment and YsL 17/32

Thanks a lot theSergeant Gonzalez for nice comment and YsL 33/73

Beautiful wooden house and photo Like

Greetings, Bram

Excelente fotografía, felicidades!

Kastl, A wonderful photograph. You must love taking photos when winter comes to capture these beautiful locations. LIKE! & thank you very much for your comment.. Regards Jack

great photograph and nice composition L/F

thank you very much for visit to my gallery

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Thanks a lot Fen for kind comment and YsL 13/18

Vinc, the surface of the granite plates help your b/w composition - L - as well as the rain. All dictators want to express their omnipotence in architecture, so did Adolf Hitler and ordered this Colosseum-inspired arena for Nazi-propaganda and mass parades. The granite had to be broken out of the Flossenbürg Valley near the Czech border by prisoners of the KZ Flossenbürg - Concentration Camp. Most prisoners died by the principle of extermination by forced labour. The mount of their ashes is nearly forgotten, their granite plates survive... Kind regards, Hans

Fascinating view. Wonderful picture.

LIKE 28 + FAV. 1

Friendly greetings.


Beautiful image...



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