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Photographer Paul de Beukelaar  Paul de Beukelaar {Karma:26449}
Project N/A Camera Model Lumix DMC-FZ50 (Panasonic)
Categories Historical
Candids
Humor
Film Format Digital JPEG
Portfolio Lens Leica
Uploaded 7/17/2008 Film / Memory Type JPEG
    ISO / Film Speed 200
Views 606 Shutter 1/30
Favorites Aperture f/2.8
Critiques 17 Rating
6.13
/ 8 Ratings
Location City -  Fortaleza (Luanda)
State -  LUANDA
Country - Angola   Angola
About Yesterday I lost my $500 Lumix Panasonic DMC-FZ50, 10M pixel camera, with built in Leica lens as I lost control over my Kayak.
Myself I finished with some regret and a laugh about the experience, being save, but sure my camera did not have its angels protecting against earthly dangers like water, damp, heat and noise.

Portuguese painters weaned themselves off ornamental decoration and employed human or animal figures in their designs. Large tiled walls from the 17th century, carpet-like using just white and blue, the fashionable colors at the time of the Great Discoveries, influenced by the Ming Dynasty porcelain from China. They now portrayed Christian legends, historical events, and were not only decorative, but also protected against water, damp, heat and noise.

An angel is a supernatural being found in many religions. Although the nature of angels and the tasks given to them vary from tradition to tradition, in Christianity, Judaism and Islam, they typically act as messengers from God. Other roles in religious traditions include acting as warrior or guard; the concept of a "guardian angel" is popular in modern Western culture. Angels are usually viewed as emanations of a supreme divine being, sent to do the tasks of that being. Traditions vary as to whether angels have free will or are merely extensions of the supreme being's will. While the appearance of angels also varies, many views of angels give them a human shape.
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There are 17 Comments in 1 Pages
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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/21/2008
Thank you Erland,
nobody said, but after all I decided to improve my candid angel capture by cropping more tightly.
It brings the 2 essential angels more on the foreground and removes some polluting details as well as all it reduces the number of site angels.
kind regards, Paul

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Erland Pillegaard Erland Pillegaard   {K:34147} 7/18/2008
Well done picture and good capture
erland

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/18/2008
Hi Teresa, thanks for your nice comments. I appreciate your question about the photos before the accident. They were with a fantastic and enjoyable POV I'm sure. Probably they are saved on the SD card, but I have still to check. My greatest regret was not being able any more to capture all the beautiful I saw after the accident.
Big hug from Paul

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/18/2008
Thanks a lot my fiend Arif. Great historical site on top of Fortaleza, but also many small stories, even histories happened to me.
Best regards,
Paul

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/18/2008
Hi Ania, glad that you appreciated my angels.
You are also one probably such worried about my lost camera,
hugs from Paul

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/18/2008
Hi dear Julie, thanks for your high appreciation of my angels. They got red cheeked of this. Very impressive to see, in particular for the blue ones, as they were also violet for a faction of a second when this happened :-)
Kiss from me but do not change color,
Paul

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/18/2008
Hi Nicki, you tried to count all angels here, but without success. Most of the angels here were temporary invisible, but believe me that they were not sitting and doing nothing. They were flying actively around giving a helping hand to everybody who needed. Hugs and kiss from Paul

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 7/18/2008
I once had the FZ-5 camera, GREAT, I shot the moon at daylight at freehand, very detailed ! ( leica lens + ois )

Nice story here and women from angola are pretty ;-)

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Nicole Besch Nicole Besch   {K:72619} 7/17/2008
Hahahaha...good question my dear Julie:))) But for me the kind woman is an angel too with all the good things on her plats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I'm not drunken ...LOL!!
Have a great day Julie and a nice evening to you Paul!!
Nicki

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Teresa Ferraris Teresa Ferraris   {K:16126} 7/17/2008
Hi Paul.
I like this photo for its semplicity and beautiful composition, fashionable colors. 7/7
regards
teresa
PS. I'll be perhaps original: dont't be sorry for camera, but for probably fantastic photos you have taken before the accident.

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Arif Ertan Ersoy (aersoy) Arif Ertan Ersoy (aersoy)   {K:27380} 7/17/2008
this is a great shot with the details on the walls!!
the amazing historical arts on the walls are greatly presented in a shot including the life in nowadays!!
compliments paul,
regards,
arif

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Ania Blazejewska Ania Blazejewska   {K:23981} 7/17/2008
nice capture dear Paul!
You must travel a lot!

I'm very sorry about your camera
regards,
ania

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Julie Salles Julie Salles   {K:22654} 7/17/2008
My friend, I am so sorry to hear about your camera :( what a shame!
Very nice at work shot. Nice colors!
Big hug and kiss from hot NY.
Julie.

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Julie Salles Julie Salles   {K:22654} 7/17/2008
Nicki, where do you see three and half angels? haha, I only see two and a half! tell me tell me ;)

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Nicole Besch Nicole Besch   {K:72619} 7/17/2008
Ohhh...so sorry to hear about your lost!!What a shame:((!
I can see three and a half angel...LOL!!!And some good Yummy,Yummy on the plats:))!The titles are just beautiful on the wall.The colors and the tones!!Beautiful composition and presentation as well Paul!!Very well done...
Hugs and kiss,
Nicki

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Paul de Beukelaar Paul de Beukelaar   {K:26449} 7/17/2008
Thank you dear Michele,
all material loss is such relative as long angels like you are around...and also I spend time these days on beaches, lakes and at sea which helps a lot to transform all losses into gains.
hugs and kisses, Paul

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Michele Carlsen Michele Carlsen   {K:146013} 7/17/2008
AAAAAAAAhhhhhhhhhhaa!! I see your ' Angels Eyes' now dear Paul:-)) I recognize them -

Lovely and interesting composition and 'about' - altho the decorative blue and white walls looked unusual I can certainly understand the practicality - and also the beautify of this -
Hugs,
Michele~
Ps. I am truely sorry about your camera loss :-((
:(

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