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    Couple night shots from New Orleans -

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    NOLA Brass Band The Stooges playing at their home club, the Hi-Ho Lounge

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    And finally... a photo of Hillary, as usual.

    These 2 are so nice Patrick!

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    Shots from this afternoon with the 75 Lux @f/1.4 and ND at Rainbow beach








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    Lloyd, That "NutCracker" Is Scaring The "Shite" Out Of Me! BTW, 2 Drop Dead, Naturally Gorgeous Ladies! Is That Mimi's sis?
    Yes, one of her six sisters. Not a lick of makeup on either of them.

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    My 3 Brotha's! Great Times,Friendship & Set!

    Thanks Bro! We missed ya, and talked about you at lunch.
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    Global Nomad and Steve, thank you very much!!
    Ashwin, Lloyd and Matt, great shots of the three musketeers Great to see shots of all three of you!!
    Cenek, excellent snowscape shots
    Mike, superb misty B&W shots!! These two are my favourites too.
    Robert, excellent portrait shot of your bike rider friend!!
    Patrick, nice captures, particularly the last shot!

    More shots from the river side temple in Bangkok, with the 50 Lux



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    Thank you Charles.

    These are wonderful portraits.

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    Thank you Lloyd
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    More shots from the river side temple in Bangkok, with the
    Charles: Excellent portraits! You have a beautiful collection of these from your trips to Bangkok. it'd be fun to see a separate gallery of your favorites on your zenfolio site.

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    Matt, thank very much! I really appreciate the kind words and comments
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    Last shot from last weekends easter goings on , my mother


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    Very nice portrait of your Mother, Robert.
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    One more from Easter on the farm. My four-year-old nephew. Pure serendipity on the sun flare too.

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    nice shot Lloyd ,

    also nice use of the word serendipity! I used serendipitous the other day and everyone was " OOOH! big words!"

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    nice shot Lloyd ,

    also nice use of the word serendipity! I used serendipitous the other day and everyone was " OOOH! big words!"
    LOL! I know what you mean. I get that occasionally from my own children or in-laws, most of whom tend toward the monosyllabic. :roll eyes:

    Love the shallow DOF, btw.

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    Lovely shots from everyone. Charles - you've been excelling yourself!
    Lloyd - if I had a religion Serendipity would be it . . .

    As one get's older, one's bladder can become more of a problem

    . . . which one would you choose:


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    Thanks for the compliments guys :P

    Charles, those are some chill looking monks! I've been wanting to travel to asia lately. Maybe Laos or somewhere with a lot of character.

    Lloyd, that photo brings back memories of when my parents used to hide easter eggs around the house... kinda miss those days.

    :P And Dude163.... I've been reading your blog... I've been more and more interested in vintage lenses as of late. You've got a really nice blog, nice photos and interesting little snippets of text!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    Dude163.... I've been reading your blog... I've been more and more interested in vintage lenses as of late. You've got a really nice blog, nice photos and interesting little snippets of text!
    Thanks a lot, I apologise that some pages have just the basic info of the shot, but I also tried to explain the pros and cons of certain lenses at the beginning of last year when I started my 365 project , I just made sure it was all vintage gear .


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    Charles - really fine portraits
    Lloyd - another fine portrait and nice use of flare
    Robert - excellent exposure in the portrait of your mom

    thanks for the encouragement, steve

    what a pleasant thread this is!

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    Very nice, Robert. Love that last one. Good luck with the recovery. The good news is, it sure takes the worry out of being close!!
    Agree, this is lovely Robert.

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    Thank you Charles.

    These are wonderful portraits.
    +1 Charles, what a great series of portraits you have been posting.

    And, of course, thanks for all your comments.

    Have a great weekend everyone!

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    Jono, Patrick, Mike(MCT) and Mike, thanks, your comments are really appreciated

    Robert, very nice moment captured of your mother
    Lloyd, love the shot of your nephew!
    Jono great capture ...

    Shots from Fingal heads, near Cook Island, NSW with the 28 Cron



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    Just got my Noctilux 0.95 last week shot this action shot wide open with a ND filter. Focusing is not so easy as you can see.
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    TY all!

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    Mike ,Joe ,Shtarka1,CharlesK,Lloyd.....thanks
    I saw this girl in red hanging out with her friends at this giant Tori . Initially there was no shot to be made . I watched her for a bit to see if something interesting would present itself and much to my surprise she turned away from her friends and started walking back alone .... I could not believe it ..... I got ahead of her and made this one frame ... had a great time

    Mike your landscapes are outstanding ,as is your Black and white street photography .

    Lloyd the farmers daughter images are great ,love the one where she his holding the bolt cutters ... seems like the family is well versed in the use of various tools especially Thor with his hammer !

    Shtarka1 , I enjoy your street photography and the way you see when you are shooting ...

    Ceh , The images of the skiing and mountains are beautiful . I never have seen anything like that in person but your images are the next best thing to being there .

    Robert , The last image of the girl in purple is wonderful .. love the mood

    Patrick , great photographs as usual .. there is always a lightness to them ....

    Charles K , your monk portraits are incredible .... I especially like the first image in this last set you posted above .........

    anyway all around great images from everyone , thanks for posting .
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    M8.2 90 Elmarit

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post

    M8.2 50 Summilux v2
    Oh this is so nice!

    Shiro, can't see the girl in red you referred to in your previous post.

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    Oh this is so nice!
    Shiro, can't see the girl in red you referred to in your previous post.
    Mike, it's on page 103:
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    Wow! Charles, beautiful transition of light and color!
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    Mike, it's on page 103:


    Wow! Charles, beautiful transition of light and color!
    Doh!

    Flippin' nice Shiro!

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    ShiroKuro, I always enjoy seeing the things you post :P

    The past few days have been pretty amazing for me. First off, classes are over so our days are much more relaxed... all we need to do is work on projects, but we have entire days to do that. I seem to have got Hillary into this whole photography/rangefinder business for good as she purchased an Epson R-D1S and a 40/1.4 Nokton for herself earlier in the week. We went out for a... "healthy" breakfast (fish n chips and smoked meat sandwiches are healthy right?) and she got a call from her roommate saying there was a package waiting for her. Lo and behold, it was the R-D1! She hasn't put the thing down since she got it.

    I just woke up about an hour ago. There is a student housing complex designed and built by a few of our masters students (we ARE an architecture school after all) in our city. Sadly, it was too expensive to remain student owned and run, so it's being bought out next year. Since our term is coming to an end in the next week, they threw one last party at the complex. I don't normally go to parties (sticking to smaller get-togethers with friends I trust my inebriated self with), mostly because I have more fun at the "pre-drinks" my friends hold prior to parties, but I was glad I went. Hillary doesn't normally go to parties either, she says she's not good around lots of people. It's been nice seeing her come out to hang with my friends in the past few weeks... she's sort of joined our little "family" now (one of our friends likes to think we're like a family).

    Anyway :P I guess my point is that I'm glad I have Hillary in my life. I feel like I make a difference in her life, and she makes a difference in mine. I help her gain confidence and self esteem, she motivates me to work harder to get what I want to achieve. I'm glad I have a partner that I can do everything with. Someone I can cook with, take walks with, explore the city with, and of course, someone who I can go to parties and lose myself with.

    Prior to the party, we went out for a walk... snapped a few photos of each other as usual.

    She kinda looks like a photojournalist... doesn't she?






    And I think this one's my favourite out of all of them. I really hate sunny days. The harsh sun gets too hot and it's much too direct for nice natural lighting. But I love seeing her smile like this.

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    Great post Patrick, and equally good images

    Best to you both.

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    Simply fantastic images, Patric. Well worth the journey, and good to see your lady with a rangefinder in hand!
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    ShiroKuro, I always enjoy seeing the things you post :P

    The past few days have been pretty amazing for me. First off, classes are over so our days are much more relaxed... all we need to do is work on projects, but we have entire days to do that. I seem to have got Hillary into this whole photography/rangefinder business for good as she purchased an Epson R-D1S and a 40/1.4 Nokton for herself earlier in the week. We went out for a... "healthy" breakfast (fish n chips and smoked meat sandwiches are healthy right?) and she got a call from her roommate saying there was a package waiting for her. Lo and behold, it was the R-D1! She hasn't put the thing down since she got it.

    I just woke up about an hour ago. There is a student housing complex designed and built by a few of our masters students (we ARE an architecture school after all) in our city. Sadly, it was too expensive to remain student owned and run, so it's being bought out next year. Since our term is coming to an end in the next week, they threw one last party at the complex. I don't normally go to parties (sticking to smaller get-togethers with friends I trust my inebriated self with), mostly because I have more fun at the "pre-drinks" my friends hold prior to parties, but I was glad I went. Hillary doesn't normally go to parties either, she says she's not good around lots of people. It's been nice seeing her come out to hang with my friends in the past few weeks... she's sort of joined our little "family" now (one of our friends likes to think we're like a family).

    Anyway :P I guess my point is that I'm glad I have Hillary in my life. I feel like I make a difference in her life, and she makes a difference in mine. I help her gain confidence and self esteem, she motivates me to work harder to get what I want to achieve. I'm glad I have a partner that I can do everything with. Someone I can cook with, take walks with, explore the city with, and of course, someone who I can go to parties and lose myself with.

    Prior to the party, we went out for a walk... snapped a few photos of each other as usual.

    She kinda looks like a photojournalist... doesn't she?






    And I think this one's my favourite out of all of them. I really hate sunny days. The harsh sun gets too hot and it's much too direct for nice natural lighting. But I love seeing her smile like this.

    Excellent post Patrick .... Had to laugh about the RD1 Hillary just got ,with the tables now turned will we be seeing a "bit"more of you as you become her photographic muse ? Congrats on the RD1 Hillary ,post some images . My wife can grab my M8 and pull off some great shots and she claims she has no idea how to use it .Much of what you wrote above reflects some of the same sentiments I have toward my girl ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickCheung View Post
    She kinda looks like a photojournalist... doesn't she?
    She looks fantastic Patrick . . . and what a great post

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    I like the natural geniuine smile

    Well done Patrick

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    Had a go at shooting some birds today in the snow - it was a lot of fun.


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    M9 and 50 cron



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    Nice day in the park.
    M9, 50 Cron.


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    Wow, terrific Georg. If you hadn't said, I would have assumed that was the 'lux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    Wow, terrific Georg. If you hadn't said, I would have assumed that was the 'lux.

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    Plus 1 from me. Truly terrific.

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    Nice day in the park.
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    Very nice indeed. (Though I did love what you first wrote; too funny!). Love the backlighting here. Gorgeous all around.

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    Great post Patrick, and equally good images

    Best to you both.

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    Simply fantastic images, Patric. Well worth the journey, and good to see your lady with a rangefinder in hand!
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    Excellent post Patrick .... Had to laugh about the RD1 Hillary just got ,with the tables now turned will we be seeing a "bit"more of you as you become her photographic muse ? Congrats on the RD1 Hillary ,post some images . My wife can grab my M8 and pull off some great shots and she claims she has no idea how to use it .Much of what you wrote above reflects some of the same sentiments I have toward my girl ......
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    She looks fantastic Patrick . . . and what a great post
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    I like the natural geniuine smile

    Well done Patrick
    Let me pile on here. Very nice Patrick! And she does have a great smile. Congrats to Hillary on the "new" camera. Looking forward to her posting some (just no topless shots of you, ok? )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Clennan View Post
    Had a go at shooting some birds today in the snow - it was a lot of fun.
    Wow. Great work Gary. Very impressive to catch those ducks in flight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lloyd - if I had a religion Serendipity would be it . . .

    As one get's older, one's bladder can become more of a problem

    . . . which one would you choose:
    LOL! Well, I'm sorta at that "older" point now, so I know which it would be for me.

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    Lloyd, love the shot of your nephew!

    Shots from Fingal heads, near Cook Island, NSW with the 28 Cron
    Thank you Charles. Amazing light in that first shot. Terrific.

    Quote Originally Posted by ymc226 View Post
    Just got my Noctilux 0.95 last week shot this action shot wide open with a ND filter. Focusing is not so easy as you can see.
    Congrats on the new lens. Great catch on the shot.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Mike ,Joe ,Shtarka1,CharlesK,Lloyd.....thanks
    I saw this girl in red hanging out with her friends at this giant Tori . Initially there was no shot to be made . I watched her for a bit to see if something interesting would present itself and much to my surprise she turned away from her friends and started walking back alone .... I could not believe it ..... I got ahead of her and made this one frame ... had a great time

    Lloyd the farmers daughter images are great ,love the one where she his holding the bolt cutters ... seems like the family is well versed in the use of various tools especially Thor with his hammer !

    anyway all around great images from everyone , thanks for posting .
    Thank you Charles. That lady in red really is a winner. As is the shot of the couple at the table. Nice work all around!

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    GMB & MGrayson - well done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice indeed. (Though I did love what you first wrote; too funny!). Love the backlighting here. Gorgeous all around.
    Thanks Lloyd, but I do have to get over the "I am unworthy!" impulse and just post the damned pictures.

    Here's the text that I deleted even before posting the first time:
    "Since my toe can see through the viewfinder about as well as I can, I decided to let it frame this shot."

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    Excellent Sunday shot Mr. Woods ; ) I love abandoned shoe images ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Thanks Lloyd, but I do have to get over the "I am unworthy!" impulse and just post the damned pictures.

    Here's the text that I deleted even before posting the first time:
    "Since my toe can see through the viewfinder about as well as I can, I decided to let it frame this shot."

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    Yup, just post the damned photos!! :thumb up: (And I like that 'viewfinder' comment too. )

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    Excellent Sunday shot Mr. Woods ; ) I love abandoned shoe images ...
    Me too; me too!!

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    GMB, That's a great shot you got there!

    :P Thanks Charles, it IS kinda funny that she has a camera now... she mentioned herself that she can now balance things out by taking photos of me! And Lloyd, I can promise you, no topless shots of me!

    Maybe I'll ask her to post here... would R-D1 photos be allowed?

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    Another weekend = another kids party! it must be summer vacation or something 9 months ago....







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