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Sucker for reflections and repeating geometry. Erratic uploader but always taking more pics. Now more behind than ever thanks to several recent work trips.

Currently shooting with a Panasonic DMC-TZ3, which has all the zoom I could ever need, but lacks some other refinements. It'll do until there's an affordable SLR with enormo-zoom that I can fit in my pocket; watching the Four Thirds consortium with interest ...

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After the rain

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stuff says:

Love those first two. Feels like spring already!

20th Jan 2009, 18:17

factotum says:

Such lovely colours, the reds and greens and blues.

20th Jan 2009, 22:19

shitake says:

And my favourite this time is 6 shot. :)

21st Jan 2009, 01:43

itchymoblog says:

Thanks all, and thank you, HL fairies!

factotum: the colours were really vivid, all the more so because previously everything had been white.

21st Jan 2009, 06:05

hildegard says:

Wows. Some very lovely ones there.

21st Jan 2009, 13:47

itchymoblog says:

Thank you! Glad you liked.

21st Jan 2009, 18:51

Viv says:

really crisp shots - love the contrst of the tracery of the branches and the red blossom against the simple lines and solidity of the building

22nd Jan 2009, 17:00

MaggieD says:

Adding another Wow .... and I think Viv has covered all the reasons why ....

22nd Jan 2009, 21:27

Jesson says:

More WOW!

22nd Jan 2009, 21:34

itchymoblog says:

Thank you all! It was a really good day for pics :) And a lousy day for snowboarding! Rain all day, but the light was perfect.

22nd Jan 2009, 22:37

taniwha says:

So nice. Very uincluttered.

23rd Jan 2009, 13:32

itchymoblog says:

Thank you, again. A lot of it felt quite like traditional Japanese design, in the sense of being very minimalist and beautiful.

23rd Jan 2009, 13:38

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