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    Default Pics of Labrador Park, Singapore - 09 April 2005

    It was a great outing lead by John. Thank you John!
    Though the sky was overcast, we managed to get some beautiful shots!
    I also tested the new Remote Shutter that I collected from JD. Thank you, George.
    The RS is really useful. Night shots taken using it were sharp/focused!
    Those who haven't got it, better hurry as JD has limited stock.....

    Here is my album on Labrador shoots.

    Click pic-link to view more pics.


    Our new PLUG in action!

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    really nice photo you have there Mr life..


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    LifeWorld

    Glad you like the place. I didn't expect to find so much things to shoot too.

    My photos are in this thread . If you are unable to view, please go to my album. Do give your comments.

    Cheers
    John
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    Thank you john

    Some of my photos are here.
    Constructive comments and advices are welcome.

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    that photo of Kavana aiming with his rifle seems to have strong wind coming from behind...noticed his hair being "flaten"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominator
    that photo of Kavana aiming with his rifle seems to have strong wind coming from behind...noticed his hair being "flaten"
    yup, the wind's strong there yesterday

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    Lifeworld,

    Saw your gallery....very nice! Did not know S'pore also can take such nice pics!

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    Here are a three of my humble pictures. The rest can be found by clicking on http://www.scann69.fotopic.net/c495394.html

    Picture 1.

    Picture 2.

    Picture 3.

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    woo looking at the 1st photo i feel like falling down the stair!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scann69
    Picture 2.

    We were lucky that day, coz John leads us by the back door! Otherwise pic #2 is not possible.

    We were told later that admission to the tunnel tour is by ticket, and no photography allowed.

    Scann69, your pic#2 is considering the low light situation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scann69
    [FONT=Georgia]Here are a three of my humble pictures. The rest can be found by clicking on http://www.scann69.fotopic.net/c495394.html

    Picture 2.
    Alamak!! You all managed to shoot there yeah..
    By the time i slowly walk until there, the gate locked liao!
    Must pay big $$$ to go in somemore.. crap...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    Alamak!! You all managed to shoot there yeah..
    By the time i slowly walk until there, the gate locked liao!
    Must pay big $$$ to go in somemore.. crap...
    It's all thanks to John la!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    We were lucky that day, coz John leads us by the back door! Otherwise pic #2 is not possible.

    We were told later that admission to the tunnel tour is by ticket, and no photography allowed.

    Scann69, your pic#2 is considering the low light situation...
    Actually I didn't realise that you need to pay and no camera allowed since we enter from the back gate. I just saw the gate opened and went in. Then I saw something so I called the rest.

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    Where excatly is the entrance? I been there so many times but never seen it before ....share share please

    Just now went LCK to standby for some sunset shot...waited for 1 hrs plus...sun start to come down and turn reddish....when the dark cloud suddenly came and I can feel droplets of rain, run!! what a waste..been so long since I last seen the sun so red. anyway here are 2 photos...one before i started to run(noticed the dark cloud) and the other was taken while i'm out on the main road aleady..

    Will try to go again and test my luck next week! anyone keen?



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    Quote Originally Posted by dominator
    Where excatly is the entrance? I been there so many times but never seen it before ....share share please
    Entrance is here:
    Courtesy of Ricky
    http://rhair78.multiply.com/photos/photo/31/49.jpg

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    Didn't you guys go to CQ after LBR? Everyone's pictures very nice, I updated my album any comments? Must learn from you all

    LBR Pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavana
    Didn't you guys go to CQ after LBR? Everyone's pictures very nice, I updated my album any comments? Must learn from you all

    LBR Pictures
    Sigh! after makan, feel so tired. So called it a day. Beside my tripod boken.

    Photography is good exercise too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    Entrance is here:
    Courtesy of Ricky
    http://rhair78.multiply.com/photos/photo/31/49.jpg
    Hahaha... thats the official entrance.. Proceed down the same road, there will be a drain looking place on the left, that is actually the back door that the PLUG members sneaked into.

    The backdoor (got locked after John and crew got caught entering without paying)


    The spooky insides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhair78
    Hahaha... thats the official entrance.. Proceed down the same road, there will be a drain looking place on the left, that is actually the back door that the PLUG members sneaked into.

    The backdoor (got locked after John and crew got caught entering without paying)


    The spooky insides.
    Hey, not sneak in la. We just got in unknowingly.
    Did you return to shoot that night shot? And the canon in the night too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeWorld
    Hey, not sneak in la. We just got in unknowingly.
    Did you return to shoot that night shot? And the canon in the night too?
    Yup, was riding out then i thought..mmm.. maybe the arty gun will be lighted at night, so cheong there to take a look and also snap anything interesting.. but 1 thing... damn bloody spooky.. no one around at all. When i was taking the arty gun alone, i heard loud sounds, like people moving the arty shells.. clang... clang... brr..... scary.. my hair stand on end.
    RH

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