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Joachim Dyndale
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Business Intelligence consultant and programmer. Photographer. Music lover. Tech head. Above all: Curious.
Business Intelligence consultant and programmer. Photographer. Music lover. Tech head. Above all: Curious.

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Kind of unusual to see a shot of this kind of landscape in black and white. I really love it. Has a mystical feel to it, and I love the geometry that takes center stage when the color is gone.

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Took this at around 1 AM last night. Spending a few days on the Danish island of Bornholm (sort of a second home for me). This is the first time I've tried to get a starry sky. I'll get better with time, hopefully ;) Still, this didn't turn out too bad.

This time of year is very unpredictable here, weather wise, as often there's a lot of snow. This year it's looking like we'll have a mild and somewhat green holiday season.
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Took this at around 1 AM last night. Spending a few days on the Danish island of Bornholm (sort of a second home for me). This is the first time I've tried to get a starry sky. I'll get better with time, hopefully ;) Still, this didn't turn out too bad.

This time of year is very unpredictable here, weather wise, as often there's a lot of snow. This year it's looking like we'll have a mild and somewhat green holiday season.
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Looks very cold, but also very peaceful.

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Was browsing through photos taken with a camera I'm dreaming about getting, and I came across this. Beautiful in its simplicity.

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Always nice to get the stories the media aren't telling, which shows us the world is actually getting better.

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Loving Google's tribute to Beethoven on his 245th birthday today :) #GoogleDoodle

So, I've been looking into the Pentax 645Z, which seems pretty darn awesome. However, the cheapest price here in Norway is $3,000 more expensive than at B&H or Amazon. That's insane! And this is now, at a time when the exhange rate is at a 15-year high and almost everything is more expensive in the U.S. than here in Norway.

Anyone have a sane explanation for this madness?
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