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Photography, Street
I took my little Fuji out on the streets of Dublin  and played with taking some street photography. The little Fuji with a 14mm lens is a small discreet camera and the addition of a tilt/swivel screen make it  the perfect street camera. I was trying to be discreet, but got “caught” twice
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Photography, Travel, USA
I spent a week in Washing DC recently and had an opportunity to do a small bit of sight-seeing while there. Its a very impressive city with a lot to see and do.  These are my favorites from  the trip.  They are mainly buildings and places although there are one or two people thrown into the mix. I Thought that the family visiting a grave in Arlington particularly poignant.  
 
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Camera Club, Photography
For the last couple of years, I’ve not joined the rest of the club on the Monday evening outings – a combination of lethargy and repeat locations dampened my enthusiasm. This year, I intend to make an effort and on the first night out, I brought my Fuji X-T1 mirrorless camera to give it a try out. Here are some of the images – mostly taken with either a  14mm and a 60mm lens. I have to say I am seriously impressed with this camera. For those interested, all of the post processing was done in Lightroom  
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Photography, Travel, Vietnam
After Saigon, we headed down into the Mekong delta. So its on a bus and off we went – its amazing that small things that make a difference, like  air conditioning on the bus. On first stop  was at a temple to the laughing Buddha and  we arrived just in time for prayers. Our next stop was on to the river and a trip on the Mekong itself. We stopped off to visit a small family business making coconut candy. A real family business, from the grand parents to small childern – all  pitched in to help at various stages The next part of the journey was in a rowing boat ( the poor guy in the blue boat below).  I felt really sorry for this guy with 4 heavy westerners  in his boat (some heavier than others)  and against the tide too. There was a lot of grunting and groaning either from effort or maybe just to enhance the tip! Some of the highlights of this part of the trip – Hungs home-stay, down near Can to – magic place to stay right on the river. We have the most amazing fish (elephant ear ) and spring rolls here – Life on the river and how people make a living , a privilege to watch people daily lives on this most river. – As everywhere across Vietnam- the kids were amazing Anyway – here a pictorial view our few days in the delta
 
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