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June 2, 2006

A walk on the Isle of Man

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This was taken on a walk from Port St Mary to the “Calf of Man” along the famous Raad Ny Foillan walk.

By the way: I had two cameras with me, the Minolta Dynax 9 loaded with Fujichrome Velvia 50 with which I took the picture above and a small digital Panasonic Lumix FX8.
Hre’s a shot of the same area taken with that camera:
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Interesting, how different the colours are, - nothing really objective about photography…

3 Responses to “A walk on the Isle of Man”

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    Hey wunderful pictures!!!!

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  3. Shel Says:

    I love the Isle of Man and have stayed in Port Erin overlooking Bradda Head so it is wonderful to see your pictures.

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