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This photo is controversial, at least to me. She definitely knew I was there and wanted to dress up after playing around so much.


Altitude: 954m (3129 feet)
Camera: Nikon D2x
Date: Saturday, November 10th, 2007 at 5:28 PM
Exposure: 1/180 sec at f3.5
ISO: 200 asa
Lens: 105mm f/2.8D AF Micro-Nikkor at 105mm
(equivalent field of view of a 157.5mm lens on a 35mm camera)
Location:
Across Hoan Kiem Lake Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Letting Down Her Hair Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Toll Bridge Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying Common Kingfisher Barn Swallow Resting Nara With Window And Small Trunk Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Us At Volcano Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Letting Down Her Hair Toll Bridge Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Letting Down Her Hair Toll Bridge Across Hoan Kiem Lake Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Letting Down Her Hair Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Toll Bridge Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying One Corner Of The Market Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying Common Kingfisher Barn Swallow Resting Nara With Window And Small Trunk Entrance To Fish Market Floating Arch O-torii Kaimon-dakeFrom Nagasaki-bana Us At Volcano Amano Spit Castle With Swans Climbing Toward Castle Beach At Shek O Across Hoan Kiem Lake Anchored At Night Fiber Drying
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PhotoOfTheDay: Saturday, February 28th, 2009
Tag: Vietnam, fire, portrait
Larger image: 1328 x 1999
Raw image: 2848 x 4288

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