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    Default Riverside walk.

    Taken with my very old PowerShot sx20, while awaiting the insurance money to get my 7d mk2, impressed the olden can still take a fairly decent shot.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy M View Post
    Taken with my very old PowerShot sx20, while awaiting the insurance money to get my 7d mk2, impressed the olden can still take a fairly decent shot.
    To be fair it was a high end model in it's day and isn't cursed with a stupid high pixel count...
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    It was my introduction to photography & I do still like it as a camera.

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    Nice work David, River Tilt by the side of Blair Athol?


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    Nice shot....it has character....maybe determined by the camera?
    I find that some of my older images carry with them a signature of the camera used.
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    It is indeed Peter, the walk from my house up in the hills to the village. Thank you Brian, the camera normally is in the boot of the car to take some shots if I am involved in an incident, but in between cameras I couldn’t go out without a camera.

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