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    ^^^ thank you for posting that, but I must question the ability of the British to build it. With their track record for quality and reliability, it is entirely probable they will be building Hydrogen Bombs, in more ways than one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    I wish I could have taken these photos...this guy is an amateur...but he is really GOOD!

    These are all from Ireland. His flickr site is http://www.flickr.com/photos/38067893@N05/ if you are interested in seeing more.









    Those are absolutely gorgeous Steve. My son's been to Ireland twice and he says it is the most beautiful place on earth next to Italy.

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    I would love to see his shots straight out of the camera to compare. He has great post processing skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 66chevyIISS
    I would love to see his shots straight out of the camera to compare. He has great post processing skills.
    I know. EVERYONE seems to want to shoot in RAW anymore and fix everything in photoshop. I'm still old school and shoot in jpeg and try to get as much right as possible right out of the camera. Crop, sharpening, highlights and maybe some saturation is all I generally try to do...IF...I get it right when I press the shutter. I will certainly try and fix a poor photo if it is worth it but I try to do as little PP as possible.
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    All three look HDR'd, if they weren't, he's good. Shack, i agree with you on getting it right the first time, only issue is I suck at that... :o
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    I've been considering shooting raw just because I can never seem to get the White Balance right.

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    You can adjust white balance in jpeg as well. If I am shooting action I like to shoot jpeg over raw just because the camera will store more pictures that way and I don't have to wait for it to finish writing. The only processing I do is similar shack, some sharpening adjusting my white balance and maybe some noise reduction if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    ^^^ thank you for posting that, but I must question the ability of the British to build it. With their track record for quality and reliability, it is entirely probable they will be building Hydrogen Bombs, in more ways than one!
    I have a 1994 XJ6 (1994 was the last year Jaguar made them before Ford) with 160,000 miles on it. This car is in great shape and just passed smog here in California. It has the original trans and engine. The only work I've done is had the head rebuilt at 100k because it blew a head gasket. Other than that its been reliable as hell.

    The biggest problem I see with this Hydrogen car is the way it looks!

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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Missile Balloons


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    Seen in Southern St. Mary's County, MD, recently:

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Those are absolutely gorgeous Steve. My son's been to Ireland twice and he says it is the most beautiful place on earth next to Italy.
    A Kentucky native I was really good friends with saved and saved and saved to go to Ireland. He finally went for 3 weeks. When he came back he was pissed and disappointed.
    I asked him why, but he was so disgusted that it took him about 3 or 4 days to finally vent out that he spent so much time saving up so much money to fly on such a long trip just to see a place that for the most part looks just like Kentucky.

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    From the Ironman over the weekend.


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    My wife actually shot it and it's one of our friends; but I'm looking toward the 2011 Ironman...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zingo View Post
    My wife actually shot it and it's one of our friends; but I'm looking toward the 2011 Ironman...
    I'v run a couple of marathons Thats about as much pain as I could endure. I was 58 when I did the first one as I just had to prove to myself that I wasn't too old and feeble to do it. So good luck on the Ironman. Really I envy you.

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    I am a runner, who is slowly turning in a triathlete (it's the whole swim part). But it will make me into a more balanced athlete since running everyday gets a little hard on the body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xj4094dg View Post
    I have a 1994 XJ6 (1994 was the last year Jaguar made them before Ford) with 160,000 miles on it. This car is in great shape and just passed smog here in California. It has the original trans and engine. The only work I've done is had the head rebuilt at 100k because it blew a head gasket. Other than that its been reliable as hell.

    The biggest problem I see with this Hydrogen car is the way it looks!
    Ford bought Jag in 1989, but had no direct impact upon Jaguar until 1993, with the introduction of a completely revamped electrical system. The XJ range had almost no direct Ford input until the 2004 X350 cars. The aluminum monocoque structure used in those sedans was to have also spawned the next gen Town Cars.
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    My car blew a head gasket so I decided to get a new Outback. Wife liked the colors so this is what we picked out. I take delivery of it this Saturday.



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    Nice car. I've always like those and they seem to be a spouse friendly car.

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    My wife got us a room on the top floor of the Westin for my Birthday. We had a great View of Mount Rainier.





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    those are amazing shots!

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    I love that Hotel. Last time we were there, we had a room on that same side with that same view! It's a great place.

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