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Aproaching Sulina


Aproaching Sulina
Copyright ©2011, Olav Agnar Frogner
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Once a prosperous port and important shipyard, from 1856 to 1939 the seat of the Danube Commission, Sulina has become a disadvantaged location.

The reason is that the town has no road access, the only way to reach it is by boat that leaves Tulcea and goes along the Sulina branch of the Danube. This keeps tourists at the seaside at low numbers.

Sulina is between the Danube and the Black Sea and its location gives perfect access to both the Black Sea's beach and to visit the Danube Delta.

Photographer: Olav Agnar Frogner
Folder: Danube Delta
Uploaded: 29-Sep-2011 11:20 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E-3
Exposure time: 1/640 s
Aperture: F8
Focal length: 70 mm
Lens: Olympus ZD 50-200 swd
Focusing method: Spot
ISO: 400
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: SHQ
Processing applied:
Image resized to: 524x1000

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Hello there Steve.

Iím very happy that you enjoy my Danube Delta work.
This was an amazing area to visit.
A bout my photo gear.
I do own and use 2 x E-3 (one pared with the 12-60 and one with the 50-200 swd + EC-14) this is a great outback combo, but rather heavy though.
For light and easy travel I prefer the E-PL1 with the Pany 20mm/f:1.7.
For hobby and recreation I also use the E-400 with the PanaLeica 14-50mm/2.8 mega O.I.S. (This give the benefit of both Kodak and Leica, something like ďa poor manís LeicaĒ outfit.
On a safari to South Africa and Zimbabwe three years ago I used the E-510 which imagevise is absolutely superb, but canít stand the same beating as the E-3.

What will happen to the 4/3`s in the future, who know?
Iím happy for now and can wait for an E-6 or 7 and a pro E-P somethingÖ

My next big advent will be the Antarctica February 2012Ö!

All the best to you to Steve.

Cheers from Norway

Olav Agnar Frogner at 19:54 CEST on 04-Oct-2011 [Reply]