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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 1:23 pm
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Yes, it's pretty well-know.

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Yep:

preservedtanks.com/Loc...Select=127

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I am just back from a few days in Paris, the FT-17 was moved into a different location (not that far away). I still have to sort and post-process all the images I took, and since I just started shooting in RAW format, it will take more than usual. I will post some shoots as soon as I have them sorted.

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- Massimo_Foti
I am just back from a few days in Paris, the FT-17 was moved into a different location (not that far away).


Is it still indoors?

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Is it still indoors?


Yes, just a few meters away. The new position makes it easy to take shots

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Looking forward to the pics.

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I have a huge backlog. Being in Paris I also did a one-day visit to Saumur, this Saturday I will be in Full for their season opening and special event. And I am not yet done with pics I took in Sinsheim Shocked

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Here some shots from last weekend. In the last shot you can see the place where the tank used to be. This new location has more space around to take pictures, but sunlight from behind it can be quite problematic:











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