Locks! Please add yours.

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how about two locks (D100 and 80-200mm f/2.8)

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Thanks FKS.

The colors on yours are amazing!

how about two locks (D100 and 80-200mm f/2.8)

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no saturation changes on this shot. the D100 is capable of producing nice colors. the image is compressed by pbase though.

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You are so right next to the d2hs i shoot a lot with the d100 and i hear many people say what nice colors the d100 produce.Many of my post are taken with the d100.
 
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one more, but the focus was more on the hasp because of the rust (D200, can't remember the lens).

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Seoul Tower, Korea... Each lock was put on my a couple or family with something special to remember or "lock" into history.....

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hi kap-

that's a cool tradition. did you put one yourself?

ricky

No, there had to me more to the story though.... For the number of people there are in that city, I would have expected a lot more locks. They were stretched over a fence in an L shape for about 40 yards (as I recall).
 

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