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    Default Some Pics from Nepal

    Nikon F5 with AFD28-105, Fuji Superia 100. Setting: aperture priority mode, f/8. All were taken during my trek to Mera Peak.

    Blue Sky
    View from Chutanga with Lumding Himal at the background.


    Mystical Mountain
    Another view from Chutanga. The mountain half covered by cloud is Kongde.


    Trees Parade
    Taken at Lukla. At the distance is Kalo Himal where the Zatwa La pass lies.
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    Very nice compositions!

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    all 3 are nice but I feel that the trees in the first 2 pic are a little tight in composition. Arhhh, look at the last pic, the composition is very soothing. Unlike the first 2, this one give me more space to breathe

    See that you ONLY bring the one and shoot all Nikon 28-105mm lens up there. Good choice of lens! But, did you occasionally feel you needed to zoom in more and the 105mm just wasn't close enough? If yes, I bet you regret not bringing your 80-200mm lens.

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    Haha! I did bring along an AFD70-210/4-5.6 with me, but the poor guy never got a chance to be used. And I never needed it until I saw a very chio Jap girl at the airport when coming back. Too bad it was in the bag that's already checked in.

    Hmm... you're right about the tightness. Will take note. Thanks!
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    all very nice, nothing much to add

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    Nice place huh!
    Yeah, the 1st pic looks abit tight with the trees but I think the 2nd one looks fine. In fact, I probably like the 2nd one best of the lot.
    I didn't think I'll use my tele lens too when I went Nepal but turn out some of my best shots were with my 70-200 f4L!

    ..NuTs..

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    Wonderfully composed shots! Well done!

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    Thanks Kei, nuts, erwinx and azone.

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    Very nicely taken. 2nd shot is sure a keeper. Looks ok to me, personally will prefer more to the left, and the branches at the bottom not to be cut off tho.

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    uh oh.. paradise.....


    very nice.... pic #3 preferable the front left object appear smaller in the photo.. so it can create more spacious feeling....


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    wah... nice composition..just like I am standing right in front of the mountains...keep up the good work..

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    Some more pics...

    Morning Snow
    Woke up to a cold morning at Chutanga.


    Lone Porter
    One of our porters crossing a small stream right before Tangnag.


    Sunset at Khare
    Well, no sun, as the sun was behind the high mountain ranges. This shot was taken on a light tripod with shutter speed of about 4-5 secs.
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    argg...... you really enjoy your life..always got time to travel and take pictures

    good picture you have there....

    -Andre

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    Hey andre!!! Long time no see!!! How are you? And how many beautiful Java women have you conned so far?

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