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Old 1st May, 2006, 11:57 AM
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Talking Firiza lake yesterday

We went out for a little sun party after a long freezing winter

Here are some pics. First I want to warn Dsio that some of the pics may bring back painful memories
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Old 1st May, 2006, 12:01 PM
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And few more
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Old 1st May, 2006, 12:05 PM
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Talking

And some more
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Old 1st May, 2006, 12:09 PM
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Yet some more :P
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Old 1st May, 2006, 12:13 PM
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And the last ones.
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Very nice! Is that a public park or a wild area?
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Old 1st May, 2006, 12:59 PM
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Very nice! Is that a public park or a wild area?
It is an artificial lake with a big water dam. It's spreading on several km. You choose where you want to stay. We went further from the lake and special public area to have peace and fun without anyone disturbing us.
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You take nice photos, especially considering you don't have opposable thumbs and you run away from fights

But honestly, very nice pics
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Brilliant lake. Not sure if I would drink the water mind you... but all in all, your lake Chernobyl is quite nice.
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Those are pretty awesome pics,

What sort of camera did you use to take them?
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At a guess I'd say a Fuji Finepix S5500 ... not that the pictures themselves would tell me or anything
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Has there ever been a better invention for digital photographs than EXIF data?
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Nice pics chris, i like the little waterfall.

And these two remind me of running through the tree's on far cry.
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Small touchup.

Yes.. I like vibrance..
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Could that be the Romulands in HDR?
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Could that be the Romulands in HDR?
Thats the Chernobyl effect
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Phewwwww now I know why I only posted nature pics
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Hey, how about filming som short clips of the trees rustling and the water flowing?
It'd make an amazingly calm screensaver!
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