Will Cheung Shoots Marco Photography With The Help Of MPB

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Eich 4 16 United States
25 Mar 2019 11:48AM
Greetings all. I am looking forward to learning and interacting on this forum.
I reside in Mount Joy, Pennsylvania USA and try to be an avid wildlife and nature photographer.
banehawi Plus
19 2.9k 4354 Canada
25 Mar 2019 12:34PM
Welcome to EPZ
saltireblue Plus
13 14.0k 86 Norway
25 Mar 2019 12:47PM
Welcome aboard, Raymond. There's plenty to get involved in on the site, and there's always someone on hand if you need help or advice.
JackAllTog Plus
14 6.4k 58 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2019 12:49PM
Hi Raymond, Welcome to ePhotozine, Nice to see you uploading some pictures.
Eich 4 16 United States
25 Mar 2019 2:36PM
Thanks everyone!
25 Mar 2019 8:17PM
Oh, by the way...the exits are closed...(well 11 years and Iíve not found them...) now have to stay within the best, and usually...Wink most friendly site in existence...Smile
bluesandtwos 13 544 1 England
26 Mar 2019 8:49AM
Welcome to, without a doubt, the friendliest of sites!Smile Very few of the residents bite ( well, not badly anyway) and if you have a good sense of humour so much the better! Everyone here really will happily help with anything.Smile
Oh, and I can't find the exit doors either!Wink

Eich 4 16 United States
26 Mar 2019 11:05AM
Thank you for all the warm welcomes!
LarryG 5 9 3 United States
28 Mar 2019 2:02AM
Hi All, I am new to Ephotozine forums. I live in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. We are going to Australia for the month of May, and I would appreciate seeing some of your or others images from Australia. I want to get a good idea for photo sites. We will be in Melbourne, Grampians, South Ocean Road; South Australia, Kangaroo Island, Adelaide. We are taking the Ghan train to Alice Springs, then going to Uluru (Ayers Rock). Also Great Barrier Reef, Darwin, and Kakadu National Park.
We end the trip in Sydney. Sorry for the rambling of places. I thought it might help in finding good images. Many thanks.
collywobles 19 4.1k 10 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2019 9:45AM
Have been to Sydney and the one thing that stands out is the Bridge, has lots of interest, superb Engineering and if you don't mind heights take the walk over the bridge to get the best views of Sydney. If you do the walk I think I paid about $100ish and of course you are tethered all the way. At the entrance to Sydney harbour is the old immigration site, lots of old buildings. Kangaroo Valley is about an hours drive, as is the Blue Mountains.
LarryG 5 9 3 United States
29 Mar 2019 4:24PM
Thanks Collywobles. We will spend several days in Sydney including a day trip to the Blue Mountains. Unlikely to walk the bridge though. I will look into Kangaroo Valley. We will be in Sydney for its Vivid Sydney event, a fireworks and light presentation in Sydney harbor. We hope to get some good images. Many thanks for your comment. Larry

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