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    Strange and beautiful sums it up. Thank you

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    Glad you liked 'em, Rob.
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    Just caught up with this thread. I agree. Stunning pictures. Thanks Mat

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Just caught up with this thread. I agree. Stunning pictures. Thanks Mat

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    I echo Teddy in his sentiments. Thanks so much for sharing these!
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    Nice Work!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Yep the photos are great.. and pink Floys leapt into my mind too. I wish I knew how these photos were taken. Reason?

    Well I want to get a digital SLR camera to take unusual time-lapse photos like this, but want to make sure the one I get is a) fairly simple for an amatuer to get to grips with, but also b) capable of some finesse once you get experienced. I'm thinking of the new lumix G3 http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_G.../4855154/index. which is getting ood reviews. But wondered if anyone knows whether it could take photos like these ones here?

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    Have a word with Mike (dorset mike) He is one of the experienced photographers here.

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