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Bryan Seears
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Always Learning...Never Satisfied
Always Learning...Never Satisfied

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The beautiful colour of the water. If I had to pick one thing that stood out in Slovenia, above all others, it would have to be the colour of the water. I’m not sure how you would describe it, possibly aquamarine, certainly more green than blue –…

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Situated on the southern tip of the Istrian Peninsula, Pula is a three hour bus trip from Trieste, Italy.  Buses run regularly and cost about 14 euros. With a population of less than 63000, the mild climate, and calm seas make this a popular destination…

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Having been to Venice 30 years ago I wondered whether it would have the same impact as it did back then. It did! Just the fact that it is so different, the water, the canals, sets it aside. There is also a lot of talk about how Venice is dirty and smells.…

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Trieste sits just inside the Italian border, with Slovenia just 20 minutes away

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?I could think of worse places for convalescing… 

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Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
Forgot my tripod, and my glasses, but had the 9 stop filter so with the flippy screen on my X-T1 up and a plastic bag under the camera I focused the best I could, and had a go...
The result;
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Wikipedia – A town in the region of Emilia-Romagna in the Provence of Modena, Northern Italy…blah, blah, blah, the home of Ferrari and the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing team! Thats the only thing I cared about – the only reason we visited – full…

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I've had a bit of a break from image making over the last 12 months or so, with the exception of holidays I've not really taken the camera out of the dehumidifier, but I'm getting back in the groove now...

This is a single image taken with the Fuji X-T1 and 10-24 f4 processed in lightroom.

Stay well 😎
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Hitting the road, we drove from Siena to La Spezia, on the way getting a fleeting glimpse of the Leaning Tower of Pisa as we zoomed by.  We eventually managed to get off the highway and followed the Tuscany coastline right into the heart of La Spezia.…

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Where to start! We arrrived in Siena and found our accommodation – Borgo Grondaie – just on the outskirts near the train station, and just down the road from the biggest COOP (supermarket) we’d ever seen. After stocking up on supplies, we rested up just…
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