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    The Pup




    Panasonic GH2 1/800 sec, ISO 160
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    Regards Paul. One day I hope to be the person my dog thinks I am.
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    Alexis

    Window light , E-PL5, 45mm f1.8, 1/160sec @ f1.8 ISO 800


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    Wonderful portrait!
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    Ditto.
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    Thanks guys, have had to repost it as it seems to have dissapeared.


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    Oakbank





    Panasonic GH2, 1/640 sec, ISO 160
    Panasonic Leica Summilux 25/1.4, f/4.5
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    I'd forgotten how good the PanaLeica 45/2.8 was as a lens. (GH-2).

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    Thats a great image




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    Panasonic GH2 1/800 sec, ISO 160
    Olympus M Zuiko 45/1.8 at f/1.8

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    Taken with a GH2 and adapted Tokina ATX100

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    The Mob



    Panasonic GH2, 1/2500 sec, ISO 160
    Panasonic Leica Summilux 24/1.4, f/4
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    Quote Originally Posted by deckitout View Post
    Thats a great image
    hey thanks!

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    How could I resist our youngest Granddaughter! Taken with the venerable E-1, FL50, Demb flip it and a touch of PP with PWP.
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    Took this one a few years ago in Birmingham and never got round to processing it, taken on the E-420.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craftysnapper View Post
    Thanks guys, have had to repost it as it seems to have dissapeared.


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    The Gliding Sky



    Panasonic GH2 1/1300 sec, ISO 160
    Panasonic Leica Summilux 24/1.4, f/6.3
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    Hi Riley

    That really is a sky for soaring more than just gliding! I love the cloud 'streets',
    ideal for a good pilot to travel hundreds of miles (Km to you mate ) hopping between the streets and running down them.

    Are you by chance a glider pilot as well as a very good photographer?
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    I have done some gliding in ASK's ASH's and Blaniks, and once in a Pilatus Porter which glided like a double decker bus, but that was like decades ago.
    Really big skies like this, and this went very very high, are not common but a result of the tail end of the cyclone season 1,000s of kms north of here.

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    I thought so! Very much my own experiences too, except that my gliding was further back than yours I imagine. Air Training Corps trained glider pilot to BGA C standard (T32 Tutors and Slingsby T21 Sedbergh). On then as a civilian to my obtain my Silver C in Olympia's, Skylarks and even a Sky once! Never did make my Gold or Diamond though. I got fed up with hauling gliders around on the ground and went for my power conversion training instead!!

    All British manufactured and adapted German designs but made in the fifties and sixties by Eon and Slingsby! Oh, and no, the Oly wasn't a camera!

    That sky image is one to die for both as a glider pilot and a photographer!
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    I've been posting most of my images in the 100-300 lens thread, but here's one I took on a G2 with the 45-200 Panasonic lens. I know the lens isn't the greatest, but in bright light, it's not too bad....

    G2, 1/2000, ƒ/10, ISO 800, at 200 mm


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    Chelsea....E-PL5 and 45mm f1.8

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    A misty day on the coast of Nova Scotia



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    After Dinner



    Panasonic GH2: 1/60th sec, ISO 1600
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    I seem to have inadvertently moved the link

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    Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia

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    Here's a picture I took of a Harris Hawk at a local aquarium show on raptors. Shame I couldn't get the same shot in the wild. Shot with my old G2 and a Panasonic 45-200, 1/1600, ƒ/6.3ISO, 97 mm.


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    A walk around the Woodland Park Zoo yesterday . . . . .









    GF1 with Carl Zeiss Sonnar T* 90mm f2.8

    (the two photographs of the bird were taken through a fine mesh netting)

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    At a Starbucks in Windsor, Ontario.

    GH2 + 25/1.4


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    Hi, well done, is this with the 7-14mm? handheld?
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    Some "picture postcards" from Vienna in spring. Oly E-PM2 with Pana 14-42 x-Lens.








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    I spied "something" off through the trees while on a walking trail, and went to investigate. It looked as if these wrecks (there were about eight of them) had been there for quite some time; the forest is slowly growing over them. I had to shoot quickly and get the heck out -- it's black-fly and tick season, and they found me!



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