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    Default Fullers Earth Works, Red Hill - April 2010


    Hi all,

    A few of us popped down to the Fullers Earth Works over at Red Hill one early April morning. Really easy explore with plenty of interesting sights to see!

    If you're at all interesting I put together a video slideshow on youtube: [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X782IcQIUjQ"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X782IcQIUjQ

































































    More on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/4869588...7624728744838/


    Thanks for looking!

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    Wow amazing pics! What camera are you using mate?
    Jay
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    thanks for the comments jat!

    kit wise i never leave home without the nikon d700, my trusty 50 1.4 and the awesome 14-24 2.8 but to be fair i usually just take the whole kit bag so i also have the 70-200 2.8, 70mm macro (sigma) and a few flashes if the mood takes me

    bizarrely, despite that kit list i don't do any 'pro' photography - its all just a bit of a hobby for me :)

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    great photo's..

    some really good use of aperature.

    I wish my normal photo's were ever this good!

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    Very very nice pics!

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    How much do the Nikon D700's go for????

    I won't be buying that one lol!
    Jay
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