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Old 16-07-2008, 13:00
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Default Some new photos

If anyone is interested, I've posted a few photos of our visit to Puerto Pollensa last Week

Available through my Flickr photostream
http://www.flickr.com/photos/-terry-/

....or the Polensa Forum group
http://www.flickr.com/groups/pollensaforum/

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Old 16-07-2008, 14:10
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Just been looking at the new pics - they are great and there are some fabulous older ones? Are you a photographer by trade?
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Old 16-07-2008, 14:45
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Thanks Cocoa07, but no just an enthusiatic amateur. Interestingly this forum has done much for igniting my interest, as I had never heard of Flickr until the pollensa forum group was set up.
I find that photography adds a whole new dimension to my PP holidays these days, I particularly like catching first light along the pine walk.
Oh to be able to spend more time there
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Excellent photos

Makes me realize how much I need a holiday. ( only about 9 weeks to go...)

Mark.
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I've always thought your photos were stunning, terry. The resort looks gorgeous through your lens!

Jane
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What wonderful pics of pp this is why people should visit absolutely stunning
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Hi wease welcome to the forum, fancy meeting you here. Yes great pics terry, feel inspired to try out my new camera next week now, sure they wont be up to your standards
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Old 17-07-2008, 10:33
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Hey Wease you finally made it, welcome to the PP forum.
Terry those pics were fantastic thank-you for sharing them with us.
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Old 17-07-2008, 12:46
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Just found and joined the forum today. Arrive in pp on Saturday for the annual holiday 12 straight years now. Your excellent photos are a credit to you and the beauty of pp. Keep up the good work. I'm afraid mine will be a few holiday snaps but memories all the same. Do you happen to know of a camera that will take fool proof pictures after a wonderful evening eating and drinking in PP, maybe I one less bottle of wine would help.
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great pics , Terry. i'm gonna have to use mine a bit more. Do you use HDR on your photo's?
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Thanks everyone

Jiggy, yes, I tend to use photomatix to generate HDR images.
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Old 19-07-2008, 14:46
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Arhh, i've been looking at Photomatix myself! is it easy to use? ive seen it for about £80 on the net. The new Paint Shop Pro X2 uses HDR as well, but it doesnt get as good as review.
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Very easy to use and great fun.
I would have a hunt around though because I seem to recall getting it for a bit less than that. There seems to be a lot of places offering 15% discount codes

Terry

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Absolutely stunning Terry..all the family "ooo-ing" at them as we pack!!
Thanks for taking the trouble mate...
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