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    Valery sur Somme.

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    'stepping stones' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    Ahhh that harbour. I spent about a quarter of my childhood there and there, at the age of seven, shot my first photograph purchased and published by a newspaper - a boat that exploded right in front of me while I was using my dad's Agfa rangefinder. Lovely shot Barry, and brings it all back! Thank you.
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    Valery sur Somme.

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    Ahhh that harbour. I spent about a quarter of my childhood there and there, at the age of seven, shot my first photograph purchased and published by a newspaper - a boat that exploded right in front of me while I was using my dad's Agfa rangefinder. Lovely shot Barry, and brings it all back! Thank you.
    Many thanks Tim most appreciated, It's a lovely place to spend when you are either young or old, like you I have spent many happy childhood moments here..Thanks again Barry

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    We used to live in a house in the valley that runs into the village - totally silent but a five minute cycle ride away. I love that place!
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    A7r, Pentax K M85mm f2 @f4

    Hadn't used the 85mm for a while and my 8 year old was nearby....
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    Great shot Ben, nice High-Key....
    Love that harbor....

    "White Column"



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    Lido Beach, Sarasota, FL
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    Le Crotoy beach.

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    Just trying out the new lens I bought from Guy.

    Japanese Invasion - Sony 16-50mm SSM lens at 30mm @ f5.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    We used to live in a house in the valley that runs into the village - totally silent but a five minute cycle ride away. I love that place!
    You were very fortunate Tim to have lived in such a beautiful tranquil area at a nice period in itís history I expect, it certainly was a lot quieter (and nicer) back in the 60ís and 70ís than it is today.


    Taken this afternoon in Dartmoor National Park...1600 ISO colour image blended with a split toned monochrome (Nik SE Pro2)...Cheers Barry


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    04/08/2014 23:00 (11PM)

    "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time", British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey, 11PM, 4th August 1914 - Big Ben, Parliament Square, 11PM, 4th August 2014.



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    First trial of autofocus Techart adapter
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    'granite color, study 9' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    Re: 04/08/2014 23:00 (11PM)

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time", British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey, 11PM, 4th August 1914 - Big Ben, Parliament Square, 11PM, 4th August 2014.



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    Perfect Louis....Exactly 100 years later!
    Some parts of the country are still having their streetlights turned off early even today, so it's still relative...Cheers Barry

    P.S. You stay up later than I do...:sleep006:
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    Yellow field of rapeseed flowers near Qinghai Lake. At an altitude of over 3,000 meters, this lake is the largest in China. Rapeseed plants are grown in many areas around the lake. When we were travelling through this region, the yellow flowers formed a spectacular foreground against the lake and the blue sky. A7R w/55 f1.8 FE.

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    Sand dune at Minsha Shan Park, Dunhuang. This park is about 6km from Dunhuang and is part of the Gobi desert. A7R w/35-70 R VE

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    "Studio Kuras, Heidelberg"
    HDR, Zeiss ZE 50/2 MP (Lens for test by Zeiss)





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    Domestic meets Wild!? :-)

    A7 + 55mm 1.8
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    Re: 04/08/2014 23:00 (11PM)

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Perfect Louis....Exactly 100 years later!
    Some parts of the country are still having their streetlights turned off early even today, so it's still relative...Cheers Barry

    P.S. You stay up later than I do...:sleep006:
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    Not normally, I am tucked up early. One of the benefits of living near central London. A 15 minute ride down the tube and I was there. I really felt it was an important moment in history and in my life.

    Thanks for the comment, much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Barry

    Not normally, I am tucked up early. One of the benefits of living near central London. A 15 minute ride down the tube and I was there. I really felt it was an important moment in history and in my life.

    Thanks for the comment, much appreciated.

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    You are most welcome Louis...It was an excellent idea and well executed.
    I normally switch the lights out over here in the UK in the early hours (apart from Jono and Tim who sometimes stay up even later)...Cheers Barry

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    Sony A7s, Noctilux @ f/0.95, Wide Open, ISO 12,800, Seattle Night






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    Crescent Lake Temple at Mingsha Shan Park (Echoing Sand Mountain ), Dunhuang, China. This park is located near Dunhuang and is part of the Gobi Desert. Tourists come hear to climb the sand dunes, ride camels and visit other attractions. A7R w/180 Apo-Elmarit-R

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    Le Cotroy fair.

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    Re: 04/08/2014 23:00 (11PM)

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    "The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our life-time", British Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey, 11PM, 4th August 1914 - Big Ben, Parliament Square, 11PM, 4th August 2014.



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    That's a remarkable image.

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    From the last of our photoshoots before Keith returns to NZ:


    As always, C&C most welcome!
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    Continuing with the “Cornish Harbours” theme.
    The Fisherman's Tale...Cheers Barry


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    Lost of BW's here

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    Lost of BW's here

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    Werner, this picture is so engaging. Very nicely done.

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    We had a line of storms roll through the area this evening. Before this particular one landed on top of us, I grabbed the camera (a7r / FE 70-200), walked out the front door, and fired off a couple frames of the leading edge. Kind of fun to do spur of the moment shots like this every now and then.

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    You're sitting on the ground trying to find your composition for a shoot with models in the coming week. You feel a stone behind you which is digging into you and you push it out of the way. Then you realise it's not a stone but the FD 24mm f2.8 lens which you just bought. The mint copy. Which is now, um, not.

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    Ghent, Belgium. A modern roof in an old city.

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    A 12mp crop from the original 36mp's...Cheers Barry


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    not the most comfortable looking beach there, Barry
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    Ghent, Belgium. (handheld 2500 ISO)

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    Ghent, Belgium. (handheld 2500 ISO)

    Congratulations Michiel. Fantastic atmosphere.
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    not the most comfortable looking beach there, Barry
    Doug, Plenty of comfortable beaches here in Cornwall - Just not too many with safe diving boards unless you liking jumping off of cliffs and dodging the rocks.


    Michiel...Love the reflection but you needed someone about to dive off of that bridge :-)
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    I really like old CitroŽns ...!

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    Rails in Ghent.

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    'white stone' - a7r / FE 24-70

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwood View Post
    'white stone' - a7r / FE 24-70


    Doug, you have spoiled my plans for tonight
    I was going to upload a white rock amongst darker boulders also!!!...But since yours is a lot better than mine, I have had to dream up something altogether different...It's been a while since I have played around with filters but why not it's a "FUN" thread...Cheers Barry


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