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ron ­ chappel
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Mar 04, 2004 04:40 |  #1

Not nessesarily your house and street but the surrounding district maybe?
City scenes (at night maybe?),landscape,what​ever

Here's my ,um 'house'
In truth it's pretty nice even though it's an ancient farmhouse.Cool garden huh?The purple stuff is a single boganvillia vine that's completely covered a fig tree and is having a serious go at the bunya pines,lol.

http://www.photo.net …?photo_id=21819​02&size=lg (external link)
This is amoungst the farms near Noosa ,Queensland, Australia
Oh-sorry about the obviously high class image quality :oops: this was from the old focus free digicam.My main computer is dead so i can't upload anything from my 300D! :cry:




  
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Mar 04, 2004 07:48 |  #2

I live very close to here. When I'm not out fishing off the S. Florida coast, you will find my family and I here on the weekends ridding our bikes and taking pictures. This is a shot of the famous "River of Grass" that is the Florida Everglades. A truly unique habitat.

http://www.shareapictu​re.com …pic=125_2553_80​0.jpg&OV=0 (external link)

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Mar 04, 2004 07:55 |  #3

ron chappel wrote:
Not nessesarily your house and street but the surrounding district maybe?
City scenes (at night maybe?),landscape,what​ever

Here's my ,um 'house'
In truth it's pretty nice even though it's an ancient farmhouse.Cool garden huh?The purple stuff is a single boganvillia vine that's completely covered a fig tree and is having a serious go at the bunya pines,lol.

http://www.photo.net …?photo_id=21819​02&size=lg (external link)
This is amoungst the farms near Noosa ,Queensland, Australia
Oh-sorry about the obviously high class image quality :oops: this was from the old focus free digicam.My main computer is dead so i can't upload anything from my 300D! :cry:

Wow.. That doesn't look much different than Central Kentucky... Though.. I would much rather be in Australia.. :)




  
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Mar 04, 2004 08:50 |  #4

Like kentucky?
The pics i've seen of kentucky look better than this i must say (but that was on TV-a show about racehorse stables,RICH stables LOL)

What kind of bikes Ovi? mountain bikes?Dirt bikes?




  
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Mar 04, 2004 09:10 |  #5

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I live on the bluff in the background



  
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Mar 04, 2004 09:41 |  #6

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Vegas !!!

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Mar 04, 2004 09:47 |  #7

OviV wrote:
I live very close to here. When I'm not out fishing off the S. Florida coast, you will find my family and I here on the weekends ridding our bikes and taking pictures. This is a shot of the famous "River of Grass" that is the Florida Everglades. A truly unique habitat.

http://www.shareapictu​re.com …pic=125_2553_80​0.jpg&OV=0 (external link)

Ovi

That looks exactly like the lot I own in Florida. ;)


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Mar 04, 2004 09:56 |  #8

Mountain bikes. Kind of an ironic name when you cnsider that S. Florida is as flat as a pancake. ;)


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Mar 04, 2004 09:58 |  #9

close to home...

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Mar 04, 2004 10:16 |  #10

Taken as I flew over my town in Minnesota into Minneapolis-St. Paul airport. Taken with 70-200 f/4 through a hazy window. My GPS had the plane at about 4000 ft and the track was about 2 miles north of the house (indicated by the arrow). This is a slight crop of the full size image. Printed at 8x10 you can see footprints in the snow and make out individual shrubs.

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Mar 04, 2004 10:26 |  #11

Some of mine here -> http://www.photography​-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=26212

And a few taken with my old crappy p&s. The first four are from the town I currently live in, while the rest are from (or fairly close to) my hometown.

http://www.deviantart.​com/view/3012130/ (external link)
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Mar 04, 2004 10:41 |  #12

:D Hey this is going even better than i hoped!
There's nothing like pics NOT in travel brochures to get a real feel for places.
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Mar 04, 2004 10:47 |  #13
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Hi,
nice places where you all live. This following shot is done from my appartment's window. Not having the opportunity to live at such nice areas like "McShred", "OviV", "dtrayers" or "spock84" of course:

http://www.jot-gallery.com/gallery/ph​oto.php?photo=74 (external link)

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Mar 04, 2004 11:22 |  #14

dtrayers,

Cool! and Cold! :lol:


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Mar 04, 2004 12:33 |  #15

OviV wrote:
Mountain bikes. Kind of an ironic name when you cnsider that S. Florida is as flat as a pancake. ;)

Oviv,
No preasure here but I really hope that they are Giant brand bikes :lol:


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