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Updated 07-21-2010 at 07:40 PM by jdeg
thought I would like to start spring by taking some shots of York Minster the light at this time of year is low and the shadows are really good will be updating this blog with some pics and information....
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I am pretty new to photography.. I have captured one pics with my ne NIKON P520. I want to share this with you guys.. I want to learn more about photography..
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This morning the city of San Diego brought down the South Bay Power plant to make way for a park in the lower bay estuaries. Although the shots of the power plant coming down are okay the thing that I found most fascinating was the power of the explosions. The shock wave coming off these explosions was tremendous, you could literally feel impact of
The USS Midway Museum
D7k, 18-70mm F/3.5-4.5; f/20; ISO 720 @ 1/250 sec
I had always known that my great grandfather worked at a steel mill in the 20s, but it wasn't until recently that I found out it was Bethlehem Steel. After doing some quick research on the company, I realized that a lot of the original furnaces were still standing, despite a casino being built close by (which is steel mill themed). I found a 1920 census
Below are some of the better shots I took on a trip a Rome, Italy. Most pics were taken with a 10-24mm Nikkor lens and D5000. Overall I was really happy with the performance of this lens and glad I brought it with me.
A view from the plane flying in
Updated 07-01-2010 at 09:29 PM by jdeg