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    I looked the angel

    and was nearly blinded thru its shining countenance. Merciful the angel bowed its head hiding its blinding beauty with its shining hair and released me from any pain.

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    I really like this one Klaus - There is a little bit of a Turner sky in there.

    Are you OK? Do we need to call your son?

    The words sound a bit like William Blake
    " And did the Countenance Divine, Shine forth upon our clouded hills?"

    Turner and Blake go really well together

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    PS - how many layers?


    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    I looked the angel

    and was nearly blinded thru its shining countenance. Merciful the angel bowed its head hiding its blinding beauty with its shining hair and released me from any pain.


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    This time only 1 layer and some of this and that, you know ???
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    [QUOTE=Leica 77;162955]Lumix G1 + Contax G 45mm Planar via RJ Adapter. "Christmas Shoppers". Happy Holidays to Everyone! Leica 77.



    Great come back Leica77.
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    Welcome back Leica 77 - we all missed you, and your images. Now you have some lost time to make up

    Happy Holidays

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    Hi Keith,
    Thanks so much for your kind comments. You are quite right -- I will need to catch up with you all. Happy Holidays, my mentor Keith! Leica 77.

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    [QUOTE=Michiel Schierbeek;163002]
    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Lumix G1 + Contax G 45mm Planar via RJ Adapter. "Christmas Shoppers". Happy Holidays to Everyone! Leica 77.

    Great come back Leica77.
    Michiel
    Hello My Good Friend Michiel,
    Season's Greetings! I missed you all and your fine bokehgraphs during the past several weeks. It will be nice to have some relaxing time over the holidays and enjoy taking more bokehgraphs. Happy Holidays! Leica 77.

    P.S. I just noticed that the reply to you is my 888th post in this forum. Some people believe that is a lucky number and brings lots of good things!
    Last edited by Leica 77; 6th December 2009 at 14:04.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    I was just finishing it when I learned of my mother's death in the UK. And I saw a wreath in there (circular arrangement of flowers, etc) - hence the name.
    Keith

    Dear Mentor Keith,
    My deepest sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your beloved mother in the UK. Leica 77.

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    Great shot Michiel. My favorite of yours so far.

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    Hope their is enough Bokeh on these?

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    Hope their is enough Bokeh on these?

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    Yes - I have spoken to everyone, and there is enough Bokeh (but barely enough )

    Lovely images.

    Thanks Mike

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    This is the site of the "Charge of the Light Brigade" in Ukraine

    Half a league, half a league, Half a league onward,
    All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.
    "Forward, the Light Brigade!
    "Charge for the guns!" he said:
    Into the valley of Death
    Rode the six hundred.

    Tennyson

    Keith


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    Nice one Keith.

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    Great shot Michiel. My favorite of yours so far.

    Mike
    Which one Mike?

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    [QUOTE=Michiel Schierbeek;163002]
    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Lumix G1 + Contax G 45mm Planar via RJ Adapter. "Christmas Shoppers". Happy Holidays to Everyone! Leica 77.



    Great come back Leica77.
    Michiel
    This one Keith. I didn't know how to attach the image. Just figured it out.

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    [QUOTE=mregnier;163179]
    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post

    This one Keith. I didn't know how to attach the image. Just figured it out.
    I think this one is Leica's

    We've just got him back after a sabatical

    I'll let Leica and Michiel sort this out

    Keith

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    Your right Keith. My mistake.
    Great shot Leica77

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post

    I think this one is Leica's

    We've just got him back after a sabatical

    I'll let Leica and Michiel sort this out

    Keith
    Hi Keith and mregnier,

    Greetings! The URL for my "Christmas Shoppers" is http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2702/...37d4e7df_o.jpg. Thank you. Kind regards, Leica 77.

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    Your right Keith. My mistake.
    Great shot Leica77

    Mike
    Hi Mike,

    Many thanks for your kind feedback. Much appreciated. Happy Holidays! Leica 77.

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    Re: Photographing your Bokeh

    Olympus EP-1 CV 40mm f1.4

    Reflections in the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Olympus EP-1 CV 40mm f1.4

    Reflections in the water.

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    Hi Mike,
    Great Bokehgraph! Happy Holidays! Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    Olympus EP-1 CV 40mm f1.4

    Reflections in the water.

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    Hi Mike,
    BTW, I visited your website and enjoyed looking at the beautiful artworks by Mike and Andrea Regnier. People like you certainly make our thread very special! Happy Holidays! Leica 77.

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    Vrrrrrrrr vrrrrrrrrrrr vrrrrrrrrrr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Mike,
    BTW, I visited your website and enjoyed looking at the beautiful artworks by Mike and Andrea Regnier. People like you certainly make our thread very special! Happy Holidays! Leica 77.
    Leica77,
    Thank you for the kind words. I have been enjoying this thread very much. It's nice to have a place to show work and to be inspired by the work of others.

    cheers
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    Olympus EP-1 CV 40mm f1.4

    Reflections in the water.

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    Mike:

    I really like the textural detail in this one, both color and structure.

    Keith

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    Klaus

    I am polling all of our regular viewers to see if they would like it to be mandatory to post how you took the picture. The moderators tell me that we can do special software that will reject anything that does not have an explanation.
    If we can do it, then your secret will out

    We will get you in the end . . . .

    Keith

    Also we are thinking of banning poetry, especially if it is ripped off from Rock songs. Where did that "countenance" thing come from? . . . I've googled it with no luck, maybe you wrote it yourself?

    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Vrrrrrrrr vrrrrrrrrrrr vrrrrrrrrrr


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    Keith, dont you know: I am an angel and a poet and yes "HE" is ringing me just to tell me, that it is OK talking about some this and thats........lol
    Now i put my sword of flames aside fold up my wings and will walk for some chinese food ....

    Some details on the phone pic:

    E-P1, DMW-MA1 Adapter and Sigma 50 DG HSM F1.4. Yes i am sure, you will get me in that end in the end
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Keith, dont you know: I am an angel and a poet and yes "HE" is ringing me just to tell me, that it is OK talking about some this and thats........lol
    Now i put my sword of flames aside fold up my wings and will walk for some chinese food ....

    Some details on the phone pic:

    E-P1, DMW-MA1 Adapter and Sigma 50 DG HSM F1.4. Yes i am sure, you will get me in that end in the end
    But how did you get it to vibrate? I mean the image and not the phone.

    I think you have been listening to U2 with Johnny Cash songs

    Don't take your wings into the Chinese restaurant - they may cook them, especially if they use your sword of flames

    Now we need an image from you called "arrows of desire'

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    Thats a challenge....
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    More Reflections in the water.

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    Reflections of Czech Paradise.

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    Reflections panorama

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    Quote Originally Posted by mregnier View Post
    More Reflections in the water.

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    Hi Mike,

    It is simply beautiful! Best regards, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    This is the site of the "Charge of the Light Brigade" in Ukraine

    Half a league, half a league, Half a league onward,
    All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.
    "Forward, the Light Brigade!
    "Charge for the guns!" he said:
    Into the valley of Death
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    Tennyson

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    Hi Keith,
    This image together with Tennyson's verse should be framed! Great composition and color combination! All the best, Leica 77.

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    Hi Mike,

    It is simply beautiful! Best regards, Leica 77.

    Thank you Leica77.
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    Pick your color


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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryMK View Post
    Pick your color
    Jerry - the color is wonderful. I think that you and Michael have the same gamma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    This image together with Tennyson's verse should be framed! Great composition and color combination! All the best, Leica 77.
    Leica, thanks.

    The imagery that the poem plants in your mind is grim and grey. But when you look across that battlefield, you typically see sunshine, and wonderful vineyards framed by mountain ranges. Given that you may be there for just one hour, post processing is the only tool to get what you want.

    Keith

    PS - I'm in the UK now and heading up to Suffolk tomorrow. Hope to get a few images of that countryside in December. But I've only bought a Canon S90 with me, and I don't even know how to manually focus it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Hi Keith,
    This image together with Tennyson's verse should be framed! Great composition and color combination! All the best, Leica 77.
    Nice work, Keith!
    These historical landscapes belong in my opinion to the best of your work, I think.
    I wanted to tell you this before; it remembers me of a Dutch painter called Armando who painted for a long time his so called " Guilty landscapes ". (difficult to translate), with German titles like "Waldrand" ( He lives mainly in Berlin and BTW he is a writer too, plays the violin with gypsies and made interesting TV shows, a real multi talent!)
    Anyway landscapes and places which where witness of mostly terrible events in WWII.
    This theme origined because he grew up near a prisoncamp in Amersfoort, Holland, in WWII.

    These paintings were mostly in black and white with sometimes a touch of red. Here is an example.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Nice work, Keith!
    These historical landscapes belong in my opinion to the best of your work, I think.
    I wanted to tell you this before; it remembers me of a Dutch painter called Armando who painted for a long time his so called " Guilty landscapes ". (difficult to translate), with German titles like "Waldrand" ( He lives mainly in Berlin and BTW he is a writer too, plays the violin with gypsies and made interesting TV shows, a real multi talent!)
    Anyway landscapes and places which where witness of mostly terrible events in WWII.
    This theme origined because he grew up near a prisoncamp in Amersfoort, Holland, in WWII.

    These paintings were mostly in black and white with sometimes a touch of red. Here is an example.


    Kind regards, Michiel
    Thanks Michiel: I'm going off to research Armando.

    I had not heard of of Cy Twombly until you mentioned him. My wife knew him well, so I went off and bought a book on his painting, and I really like his stuff.

    This one is called:
    "Trees and Tower at Heathrow"
    Canon S90

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    This is a 100% crop from "Trees and Tower at Heathrow"

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    And the angel escaped from my stretched arms, my hands could not hold it ....



    Again E-P1 with 17 mm
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    And the angel escaped from my stretched arms, my hands could not hold it ....



    Again E-P1 with 17 mm
    I love it Klaus - very delicate.

    I'm sure this story will end with an arrow of desire.

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    And the angel escaped from my stretched arms, my hands could not hold it ....



    Again E-P1 with 17 mm
    So many to like above--and this really caught me today.

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    Something else flying, Klaus

    Just a joke made of 5 layers. 4 Layers exist of red candles in front of the television all made with the Canon fd 85/1.2. ( Finally after 20 days the adapter arrived from Hong Kong, so had to try it.)
    The blue airplane I took last sunday at Schiphol Airport, it is Christmas decoration.

    It is a scroller, sorry

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    Thanks Michiel: I'm going off to research Armando.

    I had not heard of of Cy Twombly until you mentioned him. My wife knew him well, so I went off and bought a book on his painting, and I really like his stuff.

    This one is called:
    "Trees and Tower at Heathrow"
    Canon S90

    Keith

    Hi Keith,
    This is absolutely stunning! It must be quite wintery at Heathrow ... All the best, Leica 77.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Something else flying, Klaus

    Just a joke made of 5 layers. 4 Layers exist of red candles in front of the television all made with the Canon fd 85/1.2. ( Finally after 20 days the adapter arrived from Hong Kong, so had to try it.)
    The blue airplane I took last sunday at Schiphol Airport, it is Christmas decoration.

    It is a scroller, sorry

    Michiel

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    Hi Michiel,

    Beautiful colors and composition. I love the airplane! Season's Greetings! Leica 77.

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    And the angel escaped from my stretched arms, my hands could not hold it ....



    Again E-P1 with 17 mm
    Hi Klaus,

    It is fantastic! I agree with Keith and Diane regarding the beauty of your latest post! Happy Holidays, Leica 77.

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    This is a 100% crop from "Trees and Tower at Heathrow"
    When you said you "only" had the s90 with you, I thought to myself - he's going to get a pleasant surprise. Good little camera ain't it?
    This latest image shows you've attained a level of maturity with what you were seeking I think. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    When you said you "only" had the s90 with you, I thought to myself - he's going to get a pleasant surprise. Good little camera ain't it?
    This latest image shows you've attained a level of maturity with what you were seeking I think. Well done.
    Thanks Michael - with some studying and some help from this forum, I think I am nearer to what I would like to do with textures.

    I love the S90, and the manual focus works really well - now I need to sell my G10

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    Hi Keith,
    This is absolutely stunning! It must be quite wintery at Heathrow ... All the best, Leica 77.
    I agree with Leica 77. One of your best Keith.

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