Beautiful Bermuda

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  1. D-Ice

    D-Ice TPF Noob!

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    Hello everyone I just got back from a cruise we took to Bermuda. I took alot of senic photos. Please wait for them to load because they are about 240k each. I did not use my LG 8000 because I was not allowed to take it, and I was afraid I would loose it. So I used a disposable Kodak HQ camera.

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    Caption: Tooken at the Dolphin Quest or whetever it was.

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    Caption: Last day on our way back to Phili. Had to leave skip desert at dinner to catch this.

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    Caption: The morning we left. (Was a sad day)

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    Caption: Some type of beach. Forgot the name.

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    Caption: As we were coming into St. George

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    Caption: More Dolphins

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    Caption: Summerset Village. One road village.

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    Caption: Hamilton view from the deck of our ship.

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    Caption: View from deck in Hamilton

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    Caption: Ship from the dock in St. George

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    Caption: Pink bulidings. Not something you see everyday (Hamilton Bermuda)

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    Caption: Another view of Hamilton from deck.

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    Caption: Another Ship Picture (St. George)

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    Caption: Close view of our ship.

    Comments please!
     
  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well, I am glad you made it to Bermuda AND BACK :D.
    Some of your photos are - for the moment, and for me here - disappearing, but is that surprising when we talk Bermuda (triangle! :shock: ) - heehee :D.
    No, honestly, while I get to see most, some are red x's and even trying to get access "the hard way" (properties, copy, paste) they won't open. Well, they might later during the day.

    Looks like you had a blast and saw the most interesting things, blue seas, white beaches, a lot of sunshine, very interesting houses ... and that cruise ship must have been towering, really TOWERING, over all those places you stopped at, judged by the photos that you managed to take from the deck. Wow. Well, you're showing us its size in the last...

    A pity that you had to resort to a disposable Kodak, but I must say the outcome is quite enjoyable to look at, anyway. Thank you for sharing!
     
  3. D-Ice

    D-Ice TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for the comment. I see you no longer are "reduced to your A95" Can I have it please? lol
     
  4. D-Ice

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    Anyone else care to comment?
     
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    Nice pics! Especially for using a disposable cam.
     
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