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  • Reply 181 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    hey all.. sorry for long delay.



    I'll just give you link to the original file and you can do what you want with it.

    1.5MB download



    Direct Link



    If anyone can actually make a nice desktop out of it, lemme know
  • Reply 182 of 263
    splinemodelsplinemodel Posts: 7,311member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by ZO

    hey all.. sorry for long delay.



    I'll just give you link to the original file and you can do what you want with it.

    1.5MB download



    Direct Link



    If anyone can actually make a nice desktop out of it, lemme know




    What's your size?
  • Reply 183 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    home 1024x768

    work 1600x whatever (old Cinema Display)
  • Reply 184 of 263
    playmakerplaymaker Posts: 511member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Fellowship

    Got Married in Vagas on Valentines Day 2005!















    View the Album HERE




    Congrats!!! I got married on Valentines day in 2004 in Lake Tahoe....Gotta love Nevada
  • Reply 185 of 263
    bka77bka77 Posts: 331member
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    zenloofzenloof Posts: 23member
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    shawnjshawnj Posts: 6,656member
  • Reply 188 of 263
    jennfojennfo Posts: 1member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by ZO

    hey all.. sorry for long delay.



    I'll just give you link to the original file and you can do what you want with it.

    1.5MB download



    Direct Link



    If anyone can actually make a nice desktop out of it, lemme know




    This image is so beautiful
  • Reply 189 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    thank you



    I'm about to post a dozen Paris shots I took the other day while I was feeling somewhat artistic.



    I kinda cheated because I ran them through Photoshop to add some grain, but sepia/black&white looks so much better when you do that
  • Reply 190 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    First off, sorry but they're all 1024x768 :-/



    I just spent an hour retouching these so sorry but really dont feel like making them 800x600 or so. They're relatively "light". About 200KB each.



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    This old Labrador was really afraid about crossing the bridge which had wood planks. They mustve had at most half an inch of space between them, but still, took the pooch about 20 minutes to get accross the 100 yard/meter bridge

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    My personal favorite pic

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  • Reply 191 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
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  • Reply 192 of 263
    mattyjmattyj Posts: 898member
    Wonderful pictures, thanks for sharing them ZO.
  • Reply 193 of 263
    gene cleangene clean Posts: 3,481member
    Especially the first one. It's my wallpaper.
  • Reply 194 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Gene Clean

    Especially the first one. It's my wallpaper.



    You like dark, eh?



    I'm adding this last one because some friends they said they liked it but I wasn't too hot aboot it. Anyway, I leave it to you to decide.



    They were on parade along the Seine, coming back from the Arc de Triomphe after the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2.



    I tried making this pic Sepia from color in photoshop but couldn't find out how and so ended up with this effect. Ah well.



  • Reply 195 of 263
    midwintermidwinter Posts: 10,060member
    what a bunch of horses' asses.
  • Reply 196 of 263
    zozo Posts: 3,115member
    hey wake up everyone!



    what happened to the daily pictures?



    Here are some from this weekend.





    I went to Soisson to meet some friends. They were late so I took a walk around. I had no idea what there was, and was amazed to see this skeleton of an Abbey/Cathedral. I forgot it's name (shame on me, I know). From flat countryside, all of a sudden this THING just sticks out. Very impressive.



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    Another view. What happened was that it had been a abandoned for a long time. At the time, Napoleon was asked for money to build another church or something like that. He refused since he needed money for empire-building, but decided that the Abbey was for sale and the town of Soisson could then use that money to do whatever they wanted. Subsequently, a mason (stone cutter) bought it, and promptly dismantled it piece by piece to re-sell. All that is left is what you see. Quite amazing.

    The rest of the town was 80% destroyed in WW1 seeing that it was very close to the front lines.







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    The guardian's house had this to offer I especially thought the Dutch wooden clog shoes were curious.





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    In what remains of a wing, a beautifully restored section. Nice and bright.



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    Friends finally arrived and we had a BBQ. I got hypnotized by the fire...





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    Yeay. Clouds.





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    Today (Sunday) was paintball, quad, and then semi-pro karting tournament. One of the best tracks in Europe. Was awesome... and fast.





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    Sunset on Saturday night. We got very lucky with the weather







    All pictures taken with my trusty Sony DSC P-100. Using the SCN presets. Original files at 3.2MP
  • Reply 197 of 263
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,123member
    Nice bubbles Tonton. It looks like a advertising for Perrier : " Perrier c'est fou*"



    * Perrier it's crazy
  • Reply 198 of 263
    objra10objra10 Posts: 679member
  • Reply 199 of 263
    ebbyebby Posts: 3,110member
    I guess it is my turn again...



    I have other versions, but this is the best horizontal image.



  • Reply 200 of 263
    midwintermidwinter Posts: 10,060member
    OBJRA10: Is that your Larrivée? I'm in the market for a high-ish end acoustic and have liked the ones I've played. Currently considering either a Taylor 612ce of 712ce.
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