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Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 33mm, ISO 100, 15 sec @ f/10)

Okay, now back to posting pictures from our vacation in Hot Springs, Arkansas—We actually stayed in Hot Springs Village, so these are from our little jaunt(s) to the downtown area; one visit during the day and the other at night.

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 27mm, ISO 100, 1/200 sec @ f/9)

FYI: I used my wide angle lens for all of these shots.

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 30mm, ISO 100, 15 sec @ f/9)

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 17mm, ISO 100, 15 sec @ f/10)

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 26mm, ISO 100, 1 sec @ f/10)

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 26mm, ISO 100, 1/5 sec @ f/10)

There is a lot of history here, especially when it comes to mobsters. Knowing that, I felt that rendering these images in black and white would be best; kind of like how mobsters probably thought black suits with white shirts looked best. Yeah, not sure where I came up with that one!

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 24mm, ISO 100, 1/4 sec @ f/8)

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 40mm, ISO 100, .3 sec @ f/10)

This also happens to be the boyhood home of former President, Bill Clinton.

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 50mm, ISO 100, 1/160 sec @ f/3.5)

Apparently Zoltar lives here, too.

Click image for larger view. (5D Mark II, 30mm, ISO 100, .3 sec @ f/6.3)

Well, that’s it for now. Stay tuned for more pictures of Hot Springs; specifically Bathhouse Row, among other things. 🙂

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