Gibraltar, 4,5 & 7 April 2008

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Gibraltar, 4,5 & 7 April 2008

Postby Rogersrus » Thu Apr 17, 2008 10:31 pm

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The Rock of Gibraltar

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These monkeys run wild all over the rock.

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They were on the buildings. they would climb on your car and if they thought you had a cracker or peanut they would climb up on your shoulder.

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Not a great photo, but things go better with Coke

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My daughter trying to get a kiss

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My daughter looking at me from across the wall

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This would have been a good transportation shot

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Shot from the rock

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Shot from the same location as the one above using my zoom lens. This ship was well over a half mile away.

I have any more, but I can't post them all. There are more at http://www.rogersrus.com/Photos/index.html
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Postby royraiden » Thu Oct 30, 2008 8:07 pm

I loved the 2nd and 3rd shot!! Nice work
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Postby Rogersrus » Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:39 am

Thanks. They might have been a little better if I would have used a fill flash. But it was a great holiday. The monkeys were cool and we made it to Morrocco for a day.
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Postby Shagrath » Fri Oct 31, 2008 1:00 am

Did you try using a polarizing filter? It might cut through some of the haze and bring out some blue in the sky. Especially on your first shot.
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Postby royraiden » Fri Oct 31, 2008 1:08 am

Shagrath wrote:Did you try using a polarizing filter? It might cut through some of the haze and bring out some blue in the sky. Especially on your first shot.


Your sig pic is awesome ( off-topic comment) but im still laughing
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Postby Shagrath » Fri Oct 31, 2008 1:09 am

royraiden wrote:
Shagrath wrote:Did you try using a polarizing filter? It might cut through some of the haze and bring out some blue in the sky. Especially on your first shot.


Your sig pic is awesome ( off-topic comment) but im still laughing


Lmao, thanks. It's from zoolander.
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