If I were to print this one I'd probably rotate it 90 degrees clockwise, but I thought it would probably be better to present it in this format here. And as you'll notice from the EXIF data, it's another shot from a while ago – I still haven't had much time to shoot any more material. Add to which i) I'm still not ready to port chromasia to the new server, and ii) we still have no ADSL at home (it's beginning to look like a hardware fault at the telephone exchange) ... I'm not the happiest I've ever been, lets put it that way.

On the plus side: this is another shot that I'd put aside as I wasn't sure how to process it, but having revisited it I'm quite pleased with the result.

On another matter: I'm going away for a few days – from Saturday to next Wednesday – but am going to try to post to chromasia while I'm away. I'm taking a laptop with me, and think I'll have internet access, but am not sure quite how it's going to work out. So, if nothing goes up over the weekend, it's a fair bet that I couldn't get it sorted out. Anyway, even if it doesn't pan out I should come back with at least one or two interesting shots as it's a place I've not visited before.

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camera
lens
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shooting mode
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10.28pm on 24/9/05
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
40mm (64mm equiv.)
f/5.0
1/80
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
100
no
RAW
C1 Pro
no
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