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Venice of the North!

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Aug 13, 2009 09:16 |  #16

blacklancer wrote in post #8447531 (external link)
they look fantastic. i like the second to last one with the bike the best. the stiching on the others looks great too

Thanks. And yes that's one of my personal favorites as well, I couldn't believe how many bikes were just leaning against the walls everywhere. Thanks on the stitching, not bad for doing it all by hand, eh?

JandJH1 wrote in post #8447859 (external link)
A great series, Sue. Stockholm is a favorite city I have had the pleasure to visit.

(this link will take you to my images of Stockholm and the surrounding area - http://www.digitalscap​ …ery/Portfolio_S​weden.html (external link))

Thanks John! Its a great city for sure, living here in the states that's one thing I can appreciate, all the old architecture, I was fascinated with it even before I moved.
Anyways I looked at your prints, looks like you were there in the fall? I love the shot on the last row, second from the left. The one of city hall in the dusk? I had thought I'd get some nightshots in town, but silly me forgot about Sweden being the land of the midnight sun. It doesn't set until way past 11 and then gets up again around 3, which doesn't leave a big window to shoot. And when you spend 6+ hours in town walking every day, you're too darn tired to drag yourself out again around midnight, not to mention the mass transit that doesn't go 24/7. :p Maybe next time.

Art Rodriguez wrote in post #8448236 (external link)
I don't know. They don't look that good at all to me. And if you believe that I have some Ocean front property in Arizona I'd like to sell you:p

Some very nice pics. I too would love to visit one of these days. Maybe when I win the lotto.


I know better than to believe that. Thanks Art. I hope you can too, its a very nice city.

markovwgti wrote in post #8448239 (external link)
Nice shots!

Thanks! :)

-Sue (TSEE)
My gear list finally got too long to list under my sig.
"All of us have photographic memory, some of us just don't have film."
"I hate cameras. They are so much more sure than I am about everything."

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