Thanks Steve and Lloyd
.... and yes I'll take note of the double charge.. ouch!
[QUOTE=RF_Licks;340006]Great shots everyone! Some recent color shots from my airport series.
28Cron. I posted #1 in B&W sometime back, hope you don't mind.
Nice one Joe!
Love the brilliant colors.
The head really pops out with the dark background.
M9, 90 Cron asph
BTW, your recent pics, especially the shadow series and the cop/parking signs are really excellent! Good catch!
edit: Steve, love the classic tones to the B&W shot, nice!
Today; twenty miles North of Walla Walla, just off the Middle Waitsburg Road.
M9; 75mm f/2;ISO 160
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Matt: Nice one, hope to see more.
Joe, Steve, Lloyd: Many Thanks.
ps: What's "over there"?
Leica M9 - 24mm Summilux - Bigstopper
M (Typ240), Lux 24mm ASPH, Lux 35mm FLE, Cron APO 75mm ASPH, 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R, 80-200mm Vario-Elmar-R. Sony a7S
++++4! Great shot Steve!
BTW, the Korean War memorial statue of a common soldier in winter fighting gear is well done and contains 20 names of neighborhood residents who died in the conflict. They could not have chosen a more beautiful spot to place the memorial.
M8/cron 28 asph. All I can afford.
RAGBRAI - Great bike ride across Iowa...10,000 bikers, 450 miles, 6 days, festivities in the overnight towns...
M9, 50mm, f/2, 1/1000, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/5.6, 1/750, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/2.8, 1/500, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/2, 1/500, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/2.8, 1/750, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/2, 1/500, ISO 160
M9, 50mm, f/2.8, 1/1500, ISO 160
Thanks for looking!
Seeing your photos just prompt the old memory bank!
Keep 'em coming!
We Probably Have Some Mutual Friends! I Asked If You Were A Fireman Because We Have Quite A Few Drivers For The Furniture Store I Work At That Are Boston Firefighters & Help Out Part Time. Love Hanging Out At Castle Island! Kelly's Roast Beef At Revere Beach Is Still Mouth Watering Delicious! Small World Brotha!
Thank You Rayyan!
Marouba Beach, Sydney...
CV 12mm F5.6
but they were so engrossed.. i managed to switch lens...
CV 35mm F1.2
2 more from the bowling alley and 1 from a fossil hunting trip
my youngest with a headband she made herself, just as they started to turn on the neon and UV lights for disco bowling
a handheld 1/2 second exposure to capture the moving lights on the floor, atthe last second my eldest walked into the frame and made it a better shot IMO
I love this shot of my wife, setting up shots like this is way easier with the M8 viewfinder
A field trip up to Sedro-Wooly in search of the Northern State Hospital by a group of SLUG's (Seattle Leica User Group) to take some photographs of a closed Mental Health Hospital. You can find information by doing a search, there is a flickr site as well from people who previously have made it into the site. The place is said to be haunted by many ghosts.
The place is now home to 200+ at risk youth enrolled in a job corps program run by the Department of Labor.
We did manage a stroll onto the grounds and did have a brief opportunity to take a few photographs before a security officer who was quite polite asked us to leave and for us to arrange for a guided tour at a future date.
. . . . . any way . . . .
The Chapel Old Stain Glass Window Over a Entrance
Seven of the Nine SLUG Members Who Made the Trip
. . . . . and there is reported to be over a 1000 bodies in unmarked graves in the area behind the gymnasium shown in the background of this picture . . . . . is that ghosts raising out of the ground? Oh My!
M9 with a 75/2 Cron
Busy day. We gathered for the first official "Seattle Leica Users Group", affectionally named the the SLUG's.....9 of us rangefinder enthusiasts got together for a trip to Sedro Wolley, WA, off the North Cascades Highway and home to many abandoned farms and the old Northern State Hospital, also abandoned....
Here are pics of some of the gang....
Ashwin, love to see pics of old abandoned buildings, especially factories and former hospitals (all of which make for some interesting images). Enjoyed seeing all you posted, espcially those with some of the gang from "SLUG". I and I'm sure others would have loved to have been close enough geographically, in order to join in the fun. One question though....just what the heck is that Hassy doing there in the field, when it a "Leica Users" Meet-Up"???? Sacrilegious!
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'Double 5' Not sure if the owner was English or American.....If English, then I apologise profusely