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Punk

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Recent hike (two days ago) around Annecy. It has been a long time :)



 

Punk

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beautiful pictures. That is an adventure.

Thank you, it's been a while since I've taken my DSLR on a hike, been mainly trail running in places similar as this but there is too much shock while running so I can't take the DSLR :/
 

Geoff

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Thank you, it's been a while since I've taken my DSLR on a hike, been mainly trail running in places similar as this but there is too much shock while running so I can't take the DSLR :/
#1 reason I migrated to a mirrorless
 

Punk

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#1 reason I migrated to a mirrorless

That still won't let me allow myself to take a 500-700€ camera while trail running or MTBing... A bad fall would kill it. Actually I fell during the hike and saved the camera by falling on my arm instead of my back. This save cost me a huge freakin pain that I still feel today... Muscular so nothing to worry about but still :p
 

Laquer Head

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Not a great photo, (taken with old samsung phone) but this guy is on my window every morning - leaves and then returns the following morning.

window frog.jpg
 

voyagerfan99

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I almost never take my camera out anymore :(

I also still have a ton of recent pictures I haven't even processed yet.
 

Origin Saint

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You guys need to post more photos.
Fine. You asked for it.

Here's some from my annual trip to Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan for the Old Car Festival. Enjoy. (Check my Flikr for the rest of the photos, there's quite a bit)

1929 Bugatti Type 40 by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Sheep by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

1928 Harley-Davidson by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

The Plymouth Locomotive by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Line of Stanley Steamers by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Old Truck & Barn by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Edison Locomotive by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Sir John Bennett Clock, Watch & Jewelry Store by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Edison Train & Truck by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Period Dress by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Sunset over Ford by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Joe Louis Fist in front of the GM Renaissance Center by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

GM Renaissance Center by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr

Not that great of a picture, but it was hilarious and cute; this little dude wouldn't leave me alone:

Curious Sheep by Mitch Belcher, on Flickr
 

_Glitch

Active Member
Damn. I see a lot of good pictures here. Good work guys.
I am not by any means a photographer. But i still like this image i took of one of my sword.
It's taken with a mobile camera :p The HTC One M8. Not that good of a camera as some reviewers made it out to be honestly. Great indoor details but outside in perfect light, it falls short. (i own a Samsung Galaxy S7 new. The m8 can't even compare to to that.)

 
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