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    while kopitiam is for TCSS, TS started a topic for discussion, and yet there is so much non-relevant OT.......

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    I'm in my mid 30s, play some sports & stuff... AND, photography is one of the few activity left that I still find more people my age.

    For other activities, I'm already used to being the oldest around the table...

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    i'm female! lol

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    i'm female! lol
    are you sure, got proof or not..

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    are you sure, got proof or not..

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    shut up goat

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    shut up goat

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    while kopitiam is for TCSS, TS started a topic for discussion, and yet there is so much non-relevant OT.......
    have you seen uncles in a kopitiam managing to stay on topic for more than 5 seconds?

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    men are good with things that are round ! men love them ! example... balls, buttons, wheels..

    camera buttons and lenses are round ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmonsoon View Post
    I'm in my mid 30s, play some sports & stuff... AND, photography is one of the few activity left that I still find more people my age.

    For other activities, I'm already used to being the oldest around the table...
    Huh? Oldest around the table?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    have you seen uncles in a kopitiam managing to stay on topic for more than 5 seconds?

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    Originally Posted by redmonsoon View Post
    I'm in my mid 30s, play some sports & stuff... AND, photography is one of the few activity left that I still find more people my age.
    For other activities, I'm already used to being the oldest around the table...

    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlang View Post
    Huh? Oldest around the table?
    Figuratively speaking lah...I mean in a group. Maybe if I play golf, there'll be more my age.

    Anyway, back to topic.
    My friend told me that in Japan, he has seen these small groups of 3 or 4 above 60s' gentlemen who'll regularly pick a spot, setup their camera pointed at certain perch, and just WAIT for a bird/crane to land. They'll just sit ard and chit chat,drink tea. I think its really cool.

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    Default Re: Is photography largely a young-man's hobby?

    Quote Originally Posted by redmonsoon View Post
    Originally Posted by redmonsoon View Post
    I'm in my mid 30s, play some sports & stuff... AND, photography is one of the few activity left that I still find more people my age.
    For other activities, I'm already used to being the oldest around the table...



    Figuratively speaking lah...I mean in a group. Maybe if I play golf, there'll be more my age.

    Anyway, back to topic.
    My friend told me that in Japan, he has seen these small groups of 3 or 4 above 60s' gentlemen who'll regularly pick a spot, setup their camera pointed at certain perch, and just WAIT for a bird/crane to land. They'll just sit ard and chit chat,drink tea. I think its really cool.
    Yea, I have seen them myself at Ueno Park last year

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    Default Re: Is photography largely a young-man's hobby?

    there are a number of us uncles here in CS

    so the answer is no it is not

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    there are a number of us uncles here in CS

    so the answer is no it is not
    So, how many uncles are there in CS? And for that matter too, how many female of the species? Would be interesting to see the statistics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    The Divine Sisterhoot of the Secret CS Angels have their own hidden mystery domain said to be impenetrable even by the greatest kings and executioners and from whence they rule the universe and remain omniscient, yet invisible to mere male mortals rummaging and pillaging the open kingdoms.
    So, sisters are you going to continue to disappoint Dream Merchant???

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    Quote Originally Posted by hope107fm View Post
    So, how many uncles are there in CS? And for that matter too, how many female of the species? Would be interesting to see the statistics
    that is classified information, if i told you....

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    i'm 19 but i see people younger than me on CS too

    but older wise im sure got a lot but not sure of the age range cus as people age people seem not to want to reveal the real age figure

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    Young ladies and old uncles like me, 58, will reveal their age and do not mind announcing their ignorance on their new photographic hobby. Just try getting any teenage young man or old aunties to announce their age and ignorance of any subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidlee View Post
    Young ladies and old uncles like me, 58, will reveal their age and do not mind announcing their ignorance on their new photographic hobby. Just try getting any teenage young man or old aunties to announce their age and ignorance of any subject.
    i am 22 and i do not know how to shoot humans. i also know nothing about life. but i think you are trying to flatter the young ladies!!!

    i count as teenager or not..

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