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  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • Castell de Farners, Sils

    shared by oriolphotography on 2016-11-24

    Some photos taken at the Castell de Farners and the small lake of Sils. I took the Canon 300 with the zoom kit from my brother to test it and it works perfectly. I can not wait to attach a nice prime!

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

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  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

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  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

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  • La prima neve dell'anno

    shared by sirio174 on 2017-02-15

    La prima nevicata dell'anno a Como ripresa con la mia amata Canon AV-1

  • The Coll de Pal

    shared by oriolphotography on 2017-02-15

    This is one of my favourite roads. The Coll de Pal links the Berguedà (Barcelona province) with the Cerdanya (Girona province) in a scenic road instead of the tunnel of the Cadí. It is a narrow road, with tarmac only at the Barcelona section, so you need a 4 wd car in order to finish the section in Girona. The views are breathtaking, specailly the views of the Pedraforca, and there are chamois on the top of the Coll de Pal (you can see some in the picture of the hill with snow, the points you can see in the snow are chamois, there were around 40 of them!)

  • Reliable Camera

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-04-01

    I think I love the results

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  • Lorsque le Soleil chasse la mer

    shared by argentic-translation on 2017-02-15

    Fuji Pro 400H at Le Cap Blanc-Nez, France, december 2016

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  • #21776670

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-15

  • #21776663

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-15

  • #21776660

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-15

  • #21776656

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-15

  • #21771245

    shared by theblues on 2017-02-13

  • Reliable Camera

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-04-01

    I think I love the results

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  • Saturn (Chernobyl #21)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-02-14

    When we went to the abandonded Saturn factory in Pripyat I had some iconic moments. The premise was intended to produce typewriters, there have also been some early computer keyboards, which were a rare commodity in the soviet block. Within the building was a smal dark room with a safe with radioactive warning signs. We had to lit it for me to superexpose for a minute. It's unclear for what this chamber was intended...

  • Saturn (Chernobyl #21)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-02-14

    When we went to the abandonded Saturn factory in Pripyat I had some iconic moments. The premise was intended to produce typewriters, there have also been some early computer keyboards, which were a rare commodity in the soviet block. Within the building was a smal dark room with a safe with radioactive warning signs. We had to lit it for me to superexpose for a minute. It's unclear for what this chamber was intended...

  • Reliable Camera

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-04-02

    I think I love the results

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  • #21773960

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-14

    First shots with the SLR670s by Mint Camera, a refurbished and improved SX70 alpha with the Mint "Time Machine", adding shutter speeds from 1/2s to 1/2000s, B and T mode, and automatic mode for 600 iso and 100 iso films

  • #21773956

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-14

    First shots with the SLR670s by Mint Camera, a refurbished and improved SX70 alpha with the Mint "Time Machine", adding shutter speeds from 1/2s to 1/2000s, B and T mode, and automatic mode for 600 iso and 100 iso films

  • #21773959

    shared by vicuna on 2017-02-14

    First shots with the SLR670s by Mint Camera, a refurbished and improved SX70 alpha with the Mint "Time Machine", adding shutter speeds from 1/2s to 1/2000s, B and T mode, and automatic mode for 600 iso and 100 iso films

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  • Saturn (Chernobyl #21)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-02-14

    When we went to the abandonded Saturn factory in Pripyat I had some iconic moments. The premise was intended to produce typewriters, there have also been some early computer keyboards, which were a rare commodity in the soviet block. Within the building was a smal dark room with a safe with radioactive warning signs. We had to lit it for me to superexpose for a minute. It's unclear for what this chamber was intended...

  • Saturn (Chernobyl #21)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-02-14

    When we went to the abandonded Saturn factory in Pripyat I had some iconic moments. The premise was intended to produce typewriters, there have also been some early computer keyboards, which were a rare commodity in the soviet block. Within the building was a smal dark room with a safe with radioactive warning signs. We had to lit it for me to superexpose for a minute. It's unclear for what this chamber was intended...

  • Objects photographed with Lomo'Instant Wide

    shared by johbeil on 2017-02-15

    Lomo Instant Close-Ups

  • #21774531

    shared by lauriediaz on 2017-02-14

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  • #21775343

    shared by agni on 2017-02-15

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  • Old boathouse

    shared by sierravictor on 2017-02-15

    Old boathouse with stonewalls at Kolstøneset.

  • #21775611

    shared by tzutzuliao on 2017-02-15

  • #21775612

    shared by tzutzuliao on 2017-02-15

  • 香港

    shared by shinai1412 on 2017-02-15

    城市旅行

  • #21775345

    shared by agni on 2017-02-15

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  • #21775402

    shared by csminter on 2017-02-15

    My Views

  • #21775429

    shared by kulagin_sergej on 2017-02-15

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