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    Default More flowers....

    You are my sunshine... my only sunshine....











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    During my trip to Bkk during March '08
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    Just took that shot few minutes ago through my spotting scope.
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    Oooooh.. They look so delicious....
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    During my trip to Bkk during March '08

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    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat View Post
    Just took that shot few minutes ago through my spotting scope.
    What's with the bulge?

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    Default Morning Water Exercise

    Singapore is too small to have lakes. But man-made "lakes" she has a few. These take the form of fresh water reserviors built as huge storage tanks for rain water to provide drinking water to our population.

    Just outside my window, one recent morning I was surprised to see a few rowing boats out in the waters for a morning exercise. This may be a rare sight now but soon it will be a common one as our government has now made it a policy to enable the people to enjoy the numerous water bodies in our island republic. Facilities and amenities will be built in and around these water bodies to support and facilitate their use.

    (Any inexpensive suggestion as to how to get rid of the black spot made by a fungus on the sensor I was told?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by terry View Post
    During my trip to Bkk during March '08
    Quote Originally Posted by malayali View Post
    Oooooh.. They look so delicious....
    ..they edible??..
    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat View Post
    Just took that shot few minutes ago through my spotting scope.
    ..can you spot the U.S. Flag??..

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    Oh yeah, they are edible. very tasty too.... I dont know the name of it though!!!!
    [quote=ctjcad;829733]..they edible??..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Singapore is too small to have lakes. But man-made "lakes" she has a few. These take the form of fresh water reserviors built as huge storage tanks for rain water to provide drinking water to our population.

    Just outside my window, one recent morning I was surprised to see a few rowing boats out in the waters for a morning exercise. This may be a rare sight now but soon it will be a common one as our government has now made it a policy to enable the people to enjoy the numerous water bodies in our island republic. Facilities and amenities will be built in and around these water bodies to support and facilitate their use.

    (Any inexpensive suggestion as to how to get rid of the black spot made by a fungus on the sensor I was told?)
    No1. Using free Photo editing software (GIMP recommended by fella's BC). Spend time to fix the photos. (the most inexpensive suggestion)
    you can ignore the these suggestions...
    No2. Camera shop for cleaning services.
    No3. Shop for second hand camera.
    No4. Buy a new camera.
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    Loh, Singapore has very high humidity and cameras and lenses are prone to fungus. You should store them in an air-tight box, which you can buy from photo shops or you can use Tupperware. Most fungus in lenses can be cleaned by qualified trained technicians. As for cleaning fungus on sensor ask the camera importer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    Loh, Singapore has very high humidity and cameras and lenses are prone to fungus. You should store them in an air-tight box, which you can buy from photo shops or you can use Tupperware. Most fungus in lenses can be cleaned by qualified trained technicians. As for cleaning fungus on sensor ask the camera importer.
    Yes, I have learnt my lesson. I had my two Nikon lenses cleaned by their technicians but they missed the fungus on my sensor and having paid them close to S$170, they now asked for another S$120 to change the sensor.

    I recently acquired a small "dry-cabinet" for about S$110 but have not started to use it yet.

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    Scann, I like your No.1 suggestion and the 'cleaned' pic. How do I go about it. Is the software available on the net?

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    Loh,

    Can check it here: http://www.gimp.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Yes, I have learnt my lesson. I had my two Nikon lenses cleaned by their technicians but they missed the fungus on my sensor and having paid them close to S$170, they now asked for another S$120 to change the sensor.

    I recently acquired a small "dry-cabinet" for about S$110 but have not started to use it yet.
    Take care when using dry-cabinet boxes. You don't want to set it to create a close to zero humidity condition, which will melt the special glue used in the lenses.
    I believe the sensor with fungus cannot be cleaned because the sensor is not a flat surface. Instead of replacing the sensor, wait a few years and you might be able to get a second hand Nikon D1 for the same price!: Digital camera bodies depreciate very fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viver View Post
    Loh,

    Can check it here: http://www.gimp.org/
    Hi viver, long time no talk. Thanks for your lead.

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    Scann, I saw my 'Loh' on the right top corner of your pic. Mind telling me how it is done? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Scann, I saw my 'Loh' on the right top corner of your pic. Mind telling me how it is done? Thanks
    It is best if you download the help file also. You have to download and install it separately. The www.gimp.org recommended by Viver contain a lot of information include tutorial. Go thru the tutorial and familiarise with Layer. You will be expert in no time, and guarantee that your next interest will be Badminton Photography cum Photo Editing.

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