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    Dead Roadrunner as Berlin Archaeopteryx lithographica
    Canon 5D, 35L



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    I only ever knew these existed on TV.
    http://looneytunes.warnerbros.com/st...ile_story.html
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    Canon & Leica. Not so bad is it.
    (5D, 'cron 90/2, f/2.8)

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    Arne - now you've got me wanting one all over again.. ;> Interesting comment on the two LCDs - my guess is you're probably right on the refresh rate. Gorgeous scenery.

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    My Palm Sunday Celebration...
    I have neither bread, nor wine, nor altar, I will raise myself beyond these symbols, up to the pure majesty of the real itself. - Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

    Canon 5D, 70-200 f/2.8L IS

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    These are great images guys! John, I especially like the school ground abstract!

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    Carry On Luggage

    40D 17-85
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    Rutgers Christmas Faraday Lecture (fun and games with some learning too)



    40D 17-55/2.8
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    My kind of airline...

    Quote Originally Posted by sjms56 View Post
    Carry On Luggage

    40D 17-85

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    Nose on with Death - Canon 5D and 24L



    This part of a long on going series "Roadkills" documenting the death of animals on highways.

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    Passing the Pascal Fire
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    Wow, someone has a 50mm f1.0!!

    You are really lucky johnastovall. I know I am envious

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    Just to be a show off here's another 5D, 50/1.0L at ISO3200
    In the Darkness of the Sanctuary



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    5D, EF 4/70-200L at 118 mm, f4, 1/250 s, ISO3200

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    I think that ISO3200 works well with the 5D. B&W conversion with channelmixer, red 30, green 59, blue 11

    Thanks for looking - comments are wellcome
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    1DsIII, 70-200/4.
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    very nice Arne

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmac View Post
    very nice Arne
    Thanks Rob. Here's a shot with a lens you know well
    1DsIII, 2/180 Apo-Summicron.
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    Buffalo River Wilderness Area
    Canon 20D and 24 T/S



    yellowstone coyote
    5D 600mm + 1.4xTC


    yellowstone wolf on elk carcass
    20D 600mm + 1.4x

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    Indian Paint Brushes, Bluebonnets and Snow

    Canon 5D, Zeiss 21/2.8 Distagon


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnastovall View Post
    Indian Paint Brushes, Bluebonnets and Snow

    Canon 5D, Zeiss 21/2.8 Distagon

    Is that the new coupled Zeiss 21/2,8 or the old one?

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    The old one with a HappypagesHK focus confirmation adapter.

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    This hand carved Altar is in the St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rhineland, Texas, U.S.A. It was hand carved by the Grier brothers during the winter of 1900.
    Canon 5D, C/Y 21/2.8 Distagon


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    A couple shots from a recent regatta
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    Great shots Mark.

    Love the foggy one

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    Thank you Woody. I hope your thumb is healing up well.

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    Spectacular image. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Indian Paint Brushes, Bluebonnets and Snow

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    Taken at Humbodt Bay in Eureka, CA. Rebel XT2, 24mm, 2.8.

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    One more shot.
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    Eureka!

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    Canon Rebel XT2, Leica 50mm Summicron R, stitched.

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    From my hotel window in Japan town, San Francisco, with Canon Rebel Digital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    A couple shots from a recent regatta
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    I really like the shot on the bottom. It really sets the mood with the fog.

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    Hi Al,

    Thank you for the kind comment. This regatta has grown in popularity very rapidly in the last couple years. There were thousands of competitors at this years event. I didn't learn about it until the day before so I only had a couple early morning hours of shooting time before I had to leave for prior engagement (tee time). Had I realized the event was such a big deal I would have cancelled the tee time and shot more.

    I hope all is well with you.

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    Here is another Canon 5D shot, using the 24-105, and shot very quickly. I like this one
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    Little turtles enjoying the sun

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    Adding a few to the sea of good photos here...all shot with 1Ds Classic:

    Summicron 90/2 (pre-APO)


    Telyt 400/5 (Visoflex M39) with fungus still on it


    Elmar 180/4 with extension tubes


    Vario Elmar 35-70/4


    Summicron 35/2


    Voigtlander 125/2.5 APO Macro (now sold)

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    Junction 183 and 1689, May, Texas, U.S.A.
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    Baby kangaroo inside the pouch



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    "Written on their skins"



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    Fresh from this evening (with 1Ds and Leica Summicron 90/2):


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    23 images from Monday. Stitched together with AutoPano Pro since my normal stitcher, photoshop CS4 actually puked and wouldn't blend the images for some reason??? Final file is 10"x40" @ 388dpi. I printed out a small portion since I have some 11" matte paper and I was pretty impressed with the detail.

    JPG compressed TIF... at 1/4 size of the original and 900 pixel version to fit the JPG restrictions...

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    5d2 landscape 17-40mm
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    Here's another with the same lens:

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    Here's one from my 5D with the Leica Super-Angulon 21/4 I just got from Erik ... So I'm shooting a Swedish car with a Japanese camera and a German lens that came from Norway.

    I love winter!

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    Here is one from the G10, a Japanese camera, of an American caterpillar and a Swedish car (S60 R ). I love Winter too! Cheers!

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    ...a Swedish car (S60 R ).
    Ours is a V70R. AWD with snow tires makes winter driving FUN.

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    Canon 5D, 16-35mm II @16mm, ISO 100, 1/10 sec, f/5.6

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    Canon 5D, 90mm TS-E, ISO 100, 1/3 sec, f/9 with 6˚ tilt.

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    Canon 5D, 16-35/2.8 MkI.
    Waiting for the Rain

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