My New Zealand Photos

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  1. fadingaway1986

    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    I have just returned from New Zealand (well - almost a week ago now)...

    I am still waiting on my 35mm photos... (We are having a 15% off sale at work next week - So I am waiting until then to save myself around $20). But I do have my digital ones here. I got a few that I really like, in particular this first one. I am not really sure what I like, but I printed a copy, and sat it nearby - and I really like it...

    There will be more to come when I get my 35mm ones back - and as I shrink my digital ones down... So keep checking back - I will post them in here...

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    Taken in Timaru - South Island - on one of the first days with sun I ever saw

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    Taken on the same day (i think) in Timaru - I was standing outside in my pyjama's to do this.

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    This was taken on my weekend at Duvauchelle - near akaroa - in the banks peninsula - it was cool...

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    This is a donkey (well - dah), We went to a souvenier place - it was really expensive - so we played with the animals instead. I tried to get my shadow out of the way - but it was just such a bright day, and as much as i tried - i couldn't.
     
  2. MDowdey

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    let me be the first to say you have come a really long way in such as short time!!! these pics are awesome!!!!


    p.s. im glad your back... :wink:


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  3. luckydog

    luckydog TPF Noob!

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    Glad you said the last was a donkey. I thought for a second you'd sneaked a TPF meet up with Vonnagy :lol:

    Just jokes Vonn.
     
  4. MDowdey

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    vonnagy just got owned.....i love it.



    md
     
  5. fadingaway1986

    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    Now you've got me picturing a donkey with a camera...

    and to MD - Thanks (I should have known you would have to be the first to reply... I'm not sure if I am glad I am back yet - still deciding... well - back in Australia I mean - not the forum)
     
  6. MDowdey

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    would you really expect anything less? :lol:

    well i know NZ WAS AWESOME, but at least i can talk to you again!!! :twisted:

    p.s. im really impressed with that first photo...i think you had a real eye for the composition on that one...


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  7. fadingaway1986

    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    And here are some more photos from my trip to NZ...

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    My driftwood photo. Taken at Onawe (Banks Peninsula).

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    One of my favourite photos - of that same donkey.

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    Another of my favourites...

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    This one was from the top of the gondola's looking over the luge at Queenstown.

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    Not really a great photo - but funny all the same - taken at Willowbank Wildlife Park.

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    I knew this would be a favourite when I took it.

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    A swan... obviously (it has lots of dust from my scanner)

    Okay - I don't wanna overload everyone's computers. If you want to see more, my new zealand photos are at: http://www.ohsixohsix.com/images/new_zealand

    Please let me know what you think - and there is still more to come on my site.

    Byes - Alecia
     
  8. ZacKrohn

    ZacKrohn TPF Noob!

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    I like em all! that driftwood one realy stands out to me though...the colors are great.
     
  9. fadingaway1986

    fadingaway1986 I Burn Easily :(

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    Thanks - I like the one of the driftwood... I had to lie on the ground to get it - but hey - I was in another country - i never have to see anyone that might have seen me ever again.

    Thanks for your comment - glad you liked it...
     
  10. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    lovely, lovely, lovely

    The south island *sigh* When I had my film cam, i lost nearly all of my south island pics. Akaroa rules! lucky you. The driftwood shot is awesome, its a classic kiwi shot :)

    oi, maybe i'll have a chance to go skiing there this month, but i prolly won't have a chance to getaway until next year :(

    thanks for sharing those :)

    Thanks Lucky, so are you sayin' i'm a kiwi jackass now? :p :lol:
     
  11. mrsid99

    mrsid99 TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    There's some neat shots there...thanks for sharing!
     
  12. molested_cow

    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here are my NZ photos taken in 2002 Dec

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    Sorry there are just too many to choose from. I've got 127 photos in the gallery.

    BTW I suggest you to have your negatives scanned into photo CDs by your local developer. It costs money but definitely beats scanning the actual prints.
     

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