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Discussion in 'Micro Four Thirds Forum' started by Boyzo, Jan 25, 2012.
GH2 14-150 PL 43's lens + adaptor .. great lens
All RAW LR3 / CS5
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie...
OI, OI, OI!
That said, however, I stayed home.
Likewise, I just stayed home and threw some lamb on the barbie
Prawn's here on the BBQ
Cheers Aussie's ROCK
Yeah another homebody here too! Though I might close out the day in true Aussie multicultural style. With spinach and cheese ravioli and a red wine sauce...though I'll wash it down with a beer .....albeit a Stella Artois - made in Australia by Fosters
Nice pics, John. Happy Australia Day!
Fosters...that's that South African beer, right? :smile:
Yeah typical, here we are in good old UK suffering from bad wind, getting wet and loads of noise (that's just in the bars) and you are lying around in the heat having barbies, sinking a few tubes and ...............
From a jealous whinging Pom.............have a great time..........Barstewards!
Language Ian, tut tut, we whinging Poms have a reputation to keep up With evening still to come down under those of you still standing have a good one.
For a second there I thought you said we were having babies
Nice images, thanks for sharing
Love this third photo (the flower) John. Awesome detail and color.
Not bad language - honest - standard Aussie call for more amber nektar......Bar steward!
John, beautiful photos and here's to all our friends from Down Under!
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Home from Sydney and I miss the warmth even if it wasn't that warm. But our snow is melting now...
Thanks Armanius .. the GH2 with PL14-150 is excellent
I did use Nik Colorefex 4 filter (detail extract) in CS5
So please tell us how much you loved our little country Kristen. C'mon we rock don't we?
I did an Aussie thing on Australia Day - worked. Although my wife did fly the flag by having a BBQ with the rest of the family.