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Ciao to all travellers around the world. Nice to drop me a line, I'll answer as soon as possible.

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Joined: Oct 05
Points: 4399

ola martin

Posted: 2007-10-31 04:18 PM   
schönen dank für den tip. das klappt natürlich und ich habe meine weltkarte wieder.
ich habe deine bilder genossen und hoffe es ist alles in bester ordnung in den schweizer bergen.
wünsche euch allen viel gesundheit und einen schönen winter,

gruß aus hamburg, thorsten


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248


Posted: 2007-10-30 02:02 PM   
Your first holiday with your youngest daughter. Lots of photos, I suppose.

Yes, we were extremely lucky with the weather in Tunisia, clear blue skies and a pleasnat 25 - 28 degrees. This was our third. once in July and Auguat, the second visit was in February. That was also very pleasant, also clear blue sky.


Joined: Sep 03
Points: 20248


Posted: 2007-10-30 12:02 PM   
I enjoyed your photos of France.Was this a family holiday?


Joined: Jul 06
Points: 1155


Posted: 2007-10-16 01:01 PM   
Hi Martin,

I totally enjoy your photos especially those of Provence. I read all Peter Mayle books on Provence and lived through the pages of the books. It is nice to have such vivid visuals aside from the other internet photographs.
best regards,


Joined: May 05
Points: 41625


Posted: 2007-09-08 01:09 AM   
Hola Martin, thanks for your wishes.
I hope Alani is well, soon she will be one year old.
Regrads from Russia.

Joined: Feb 07
Points: 618


Posted: 2007-04-04 03:41 PM   
The distance amounted to only 2-3m-

Gruss Uwe


Joined: Oct 05
Points: 4399

moin martin

Posted: 2007-03-06 12:49 PM   
danke für die blumen! back at home. es sollte eigentlich ein tagestrip sein, wurde aber etwas länger weil die subway nach heathrow am sonnabend gesperrt wurde und wir dadurch unser flugzeug nach hause verpasst haben. wer ahnt schon sowas? deshalb flug nach köln und nachtzug (abfahrt 2:30h) nach hamburg. war anstrengend.
wetteransage für london vom piloten, 5°C und regen. als wir picadilly station ausstiegen war alles naß und der himmel stark bewölkt. es blieb dann zwar trocken, aber dicke, dunkle wolken trieben über den himmel und haben für schlecht belichtete pics gesorgt. deshalb mußte ich auch alle bilder aufhellen, was zwangsläufig zu farbirritationen führt.
ansonsten alles paletti in hamburg und ich freue mich auf den kommenden frühling/sommer.
alles gute für dich und deine familie, bis bald


P.S. durch den umweg über köln haben wir die mondfinsternis live gesehen. es war laut sonntagszeitung die einzige stadt in D wo man es sehen konnte.


Joined: May 02
Points: 8309

Thank you for the feedback on my pictures

Posted: 2007-02-04 11:15 AM   
Hello Martin,

thank you for the feedback. I am trying out some manual settings with the new DSLR in combination with the zoom lense. I like to play with focus settings and close ups. Works great with the 200mm zoom :-) The cam also has a kit lense which is not that great, there is a significant difference between the 70-200 f4 L and the kit lense. I was looking for another lense to replace that kit lense (cam without kit was just 20€ cheaper), but the lenses are incredibly expensive! I could not believe the prices I saw first. So the kit lense has to do it for a while now in combinantion with the L zoom lense :-) You have been right about the daypack. I picked the bigger one and still believe it is to small :-) Would be great if they had provided a bigger upper compartment, instead the bigger version has more space for camera gear. Will see how it works in praktise during my next trip :-)

Best regards,



Joined: Aug 02
Points: 6266

Tiger's Nest

Posted: 2007-01-19 07:45 PM   
Hi Martin,
... and you only hear the murmur of the water and the wind singing in the trees ... and you look out over the Paro valley down below ... and it is quiet that you can hear your soul speaking ...
Take the next plane as fast as possible, go when in springtime the rhodendron is blooming and the world is new.


Joined: Dec 04
Points: 34719

A problem for you

Posted: 2006-12-29 03:17 PM   
Hi Martin
Hieronyma has asked a question in my guestbook about uploading photos of cities in Syria which are not on here but where it's difficult to suggest a new place.

I wonder whether you might be able to help and I've told her I'll enlist your aid. You'll see the only sugggestion I could make in her messages.

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