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This photo was taken, while passing Frankfurt on the Main river.

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Life is a Dutch Beach!

 

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Few shots from my trip to Lapland:

 

27154865124_6430f2b7e7_h.jpgLapland 2016 by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T1 + 56/1,2

 

27732940826_f56e283ab4_h.jpgLapland 2016 by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T1 + 56/1,2

 

27488791410_a149121fc0_h.jpgLapland 2016 by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T1 + 35/1,4

 

27488785710_96de7069bf_h.jpgLapland 2016 by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T1 + 35/1,4

 

27488777700_29568b3ea9_h.jpgLapland 2016 by Hendrik Osula, on Flickr

 

X-T1 + 56/1,2

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XPro2 35/1.4

 

 

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cruiseing the European water ways.

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Golden hour walk

 

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X-E2 + XF 18-55

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A recent long exposure on the Wirral, UK. (X-T1, Samyang 12mm, and ND1000 filter.)

 

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Plateau pond near Gold Bridge ,BC . Canada 

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This is a raining morning in the Wachau Valley, Dürnstein is the name of this beautiful little town in Austria. Plan was to visit the castle ruin, Richard the Lionheart was held imprisoned.

 

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