Luxury Camping

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Taken:
2003-11-12
Uploaded: 2019-07-10
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Nikon E775
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N/A
Focal length: 5.8 mm
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2.8
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Shutter Speed:
1/136 s
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No
ISO:
100
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No
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BabaCam (2019/07/11)

PB-Photography (2019/07/12)

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plimrn (2019/07/12 17:35:01): I lust for one! Pop-top pushes up with one hand!

guillaumejm (2019/07/13)

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plimrn (2019/07/14 21:23:58): I find it a fun way to travel

borrazopolitan (2019/07/15)

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plimrn (2019/07/15 20:55:40): Mine too! It used to be quite nice in the US when one could park almost anywhere, and still is where the caravan parks are in the best spots instead of at the back of beyond as they are here. Most of our ski trips (1-2 months) were done from a sleep aboard vehicle, starting with a ford van and we typically parked very close to the lifts...those days are now gone in the US although Canada still has nearby spaces for such vagabonds. We called ourselves the meanderthals

CLODO (2019/07/16)

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plimrn (2019/07/16 20:09:32): It is the private bathroom on the beach that spells luxury to me! Then too I've always appreciated flowers and wine as luxuries, even when I lived on a boat anchored off-shore and we were carrying water in 5 gallon jugs and using kerosene for cooking and lights. My man would not have propane on a boat.