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Great pboehringer 2009-01-28 10:44

I see that we got now a very similar equipment. Have you ever used the 28-70mm? Is there a real benefit in having the 24-70mm? I never tried both and just by the weight that I have with my equipment I thing that the 28-70mm might be the better option due to its lighter weight. How long do you have your D700? Satisfied? I am sure that the new processor of this machine contributes in part for this image even if most of it is gained through the HDR. I must say that your PP looks very convincing and natural. The ornage hues in the background are a real delight and well balanced with the stupas in the foreground.

Old 01-31-2009, 02:06 AM
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Default To fanni: Thank you

dear Elena,
thank you for your wonderful words.
the soil in almost all area of P.E.I contains lots of Fe(iron), therefor the soil and even the sea look red.
in other lands on the earth, for example Tokyo, we can see red soil as same reason as it contains Fe.
and this lighthouse actually locates on the shore, but from this POV it looks standing a little away from the sea.
best regards,
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