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  1. #16
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    Pallada
    This is a picture of the Russian Navy tall-mast training ship Pallada from Vladivostok, leaving town. It's listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the fastest sailing ship (top speed 18 knots).

    I have many photos from its stay, including some brief time I spent onboard and a few shots of the young crew in their splendid Russian Navy uniforms, but I could only pick one so I figured a shot of it actually in motion would be best.

    The boat itself is 108m (354.33 ft), counting the long bow it's 119m (390.4 ft).

    Pallada.jpg

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    Photo of the month: August 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leukeh View Post
    Crit is always welcome Doug! What did you have in mind?
    I'll pm you about it. Don't want to take the thread too far off topic. But I'll do it a bit later. Need to do a bunch of stuff.

    Doug

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    Photo of the month: August 2011
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    Here's one taken from the field above our new house, we get the same view from our bedroom window.



    Cheers

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  5. #20
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    Tom: stunning composition and beautifully sharp.

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    Photo of the month: August 2011
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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    Tom: stunning composition and beautifully sharp.

    thank you sir
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    Picture from Lake Mead
    Lake Mead last month
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    Photo of the month: August 2011

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    some great photos this month, well done guys.
    If you find a post helpful, don't forget to use the reputation system (top right of post.)
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    i thought i posted this month. this was taken with my iPhone 4 using Instagram.


    My new running shoes. #asics #blur33 by fearlessfreap24, on Flickr

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    I could have almost cried over this one!

    My wife and I were at a local resort last month (Mount Magazine) and I ran into a guy about to go Hang Gliding. I had never seen it up close and he agreed to let me shoot his flight.
    Everything went well into about a third of the way through when I switched to my 70-300mm zoom. The last time I had used it was to shoot the Moon and even though I was shooting f8 and 200 ISO in Aperture priority on my Nikon D5000 when I changed lenses it defaulted to the previous setting on the lens (f22).
    I shot about a dozen frames before I noticed; this one would have been my favorite other than the 1/160 shutter causing blur.

    I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .

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