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+Cheryl Petreman Umweltgeschmack!
 
Bei uns gibt es am Wochenende dann wohl eher Schoko-Eis.
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Die Vanille-Preise steigen an, der Grund sind schlechte Ernten der empfindliche Orchidee. Liebhaber von Vanille-Eis können aber aufatmen: Es wird nicht teurer. Denn Lebensmittelchemiker haben längst "natürliches" Vanillin entwickelt, das aus Kuhdung, Altpapier oder Holz generiert wird.
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A wander from near Kyoto university over some forested hills, and into mainly residential district. None of this is too touristy, by Kyoto standards.
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This is roughly the same part of town. But then, it's not that big of a town.
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Yikes, it begins.
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Nanzen-ji, Kyoto, 2014
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Most of these are from Harajuku in Tokyo, with a few from neighbouring Yoyogi park.  I was there during Golden week, so both are pretty busy,  Some of these are not technically great photos, but I like the fact that everybody seems to be having a great time.
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So I'm watching one person trying to teach another GPG and the Linux command line at the same time. Both parties impress the hell out of me for trying.
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One famous temple, one less so, walking home from the famous one.
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Well, it's maybe a little pretentious, but I had fun walking towards this little shrine in Kyoto with my new (then) 25mm fixed focal length lens, reframing every few meters.
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Always a team player, today I try to help UNB get that social media buzz it is so desperately seeking.
Today I received some marketing bumpf from my employer, which on top of being a charming way to spend money while cutting my unit budget, is frankly an embarassment from the point of view of security and privacy. Every link in this supposed communication from UNB is a link to a third party site, ...
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hmm. here it resolves to 131.202.244.5
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Shinjuku Gyoen, 2014.  A very gray day, which makes the sky not very interesting, except by contrast with the greenery.
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Dear Lazy-photo-web;

What's a good choice for a micro 4/3 lens for wildlife? Specifically for an olympus OMD EM10 body.  The obvious choices are the panasonic 100-300 4-5.6 and the olympus 75-300 II f4.8-6.7.

The pany is faster, but heavier (and a bit more expensive).
I guess a long prime would be an option (my other lenses are primes), but critters seem like a case where walking closer to adjust the framing might not be an option.
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Another cheaper option is
Panasonic Lumix G 45-150mm f/4-5.6 OIS, which is going for about half what the 100-300 is. Of course the lenses are not really comparable in terms of reach, but the shorter lense has somewhat better optical performance and is about half as heavy.
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+Kenneth Kent Of possible interest.
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