Canon Thursday #25

Discussion in 'Canon EOS' started by DownWithModerators!, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. Keep the pics under 1000px wide, share up to 3.

    Travel seems to be a good theme. It might not look like much, but this is one of the few "decent" images I took riding the Amtrak train from Illinois to Kansas City.

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    Canon EOS Rebel SL1
     
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    5D II with 100-400mm lens
     
  3. That sounds like a fun idea, Patrick_S.
    I love the clouds that form over the lake during the Spring and Summer. Nice and fluffy like marshmallows. You just need to add graham crackers and chocolate!
    80D with 24-105. 2138-yellow brick wall.jpg
     
  4. Hi all, Sorry no photo's from me, I'm still in hospital.
    Operation went well, just waiting to be released.
     
  5. Good news that things went well. Get well soon.
     
  6. I cannot seem to upload pictures to the forum - all I get is an error occurred. Pictures are within the size limits and are .jpg files. Any ideas why it won't work?
     
  7. Glad the operation went well Jan. Have a quick recovery.
     
  8. IMG_0296_Korenbloemknop k.jpg

    Canon 5D mkII Tamron 90 mm macro
     
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  9. The intrepid (if not touristy) explorers.

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    The goal: Sugarloaf Mountain, Greer's Ferry Lake, Arkansas, USA

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    And the reward.

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  10. A day later;

    IMG_0301_Rode korenbloem k.jpg

    Canon 5D mkII Tamron 90 mm macro
     
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  11. Perhaps photo "bit" size? I don't know. Seem to have worked for me. Keep trying. Good luck.
     
  12. Get well! Take your time!
     
  13. Wishing you a speedy recovery, Jan.
     
  14. Get better Jan:)
     
  15. Midsummer celebrations are well on their way here in Sweden. Now there will be lunch with pickled herring, potatoes, butter and sour cream. Strawberry with cream for dessert. A flower wreath is also part of the tradition.

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    Canon 5D Mark IV, 24-70mm f2.8
     

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