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I guess the fishing gear is probably very similar both sides of the Atlantic looking at your images, not that I know the first thing about fishing at sea
A warm welcome to you...Look forward to seeing more of your images...Cheers Barry
Good morning New York!
you have landed in a particularly great weather pattern, the very best for NYC
As I have had a loaner for a little bit..
70-200 G lens with the SLT adapter.
Processed in Capture One 8, of course.
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"Michiel went to the B&H Super Store in New York and was never heard from again"
Enjoy your stay in the Big Apple! Best city on the planet.
Did not dare till now, I am so afraid...I was at Adorama though. And quess what; I didn't buy anything!
Only Americans can make such a massive monument! Really impressive!
a7r | Leica Noctilux 1,0/50mm
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Red, white and...green?
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View on Manhatten bridge from our roof in the morning.
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The same roof in the evening.
'trail' - a7r / FE 24-70
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I am getting hold of a lens hood to try and mitigate it.
Thanks Werner (Bacchus ), those grapes look good enough to drink! All that beautiful tempting fruit from you and Carl and it's enough to turn a carnivore into a vegetarian!
Michiel...Lovely shots from NYC. Was that intentional before you arrived to include a high rise water tank in most of your city skyline shots or did you just gravitate to that idea on arrival?...Either way it works.
Doug, Excellent A simple enough idea (those invariably turn out to be the best images)...I suspect that if you made a negative from that image it would end up looking like a tank track in the sand.
Joe...You ended up settling for a common garden green lizard...You couldn't manage to find a blue one then you MUST try harder.
Many thanks Louis...More like "DEMANDING" No more concessions please Dave
Thank you Barry and Werner
There is more money then watertanks downtown.
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I barely use the other lenses I brought, the Contax N 24-85 is so versitale and it does deliver the goods. It is a bit big or more so it is fat. It ain't that long actually.
I use my batterygrip as well for balnce and I never run out of juice during the entire day.
Another way of looking at downtown Manhatten.
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'Freeport coastline' - a7r / Samyang 14/2.8
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Some stores in the evening.
The obligatory shots from Brookline bridge. Today we will hit the road to Canada.
if you look straight up from the driver's seat of the car on the bridge to the water tower, my apartment is in the little white dot just to the lower right
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The former studio building of Donald Judd, now the Donald Judd foundation.
1/60 ISO 4000 f2/
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If you're a fan of Donald Judd you'll have to pay Marfa TX a visit. Quite surreal being in a west Texas farming town full of his work, not to mention the Prada Store in the middle of nowhere nearby. Literally!
Remember: adventure before dementia!
As Oscar Wilde said, "my tastes are simple, I only like the best"
Good night New York.
Keep It Simple.
XQ2 / A7r / 15mm / 25mm / 28-35-50mm
EOS M3 / 18-35mm
Teehee...Nice one Werner How coincidental as I have been working on these images all evening...I guess great minds must think alike!
Our local vineyard is just a few minutes walk from the bottom of our garden, where we live in the Camel Valley on the edge of Bodmin.
We consider ourselves pretty fortunate to live so close by to probably one of the finest vineyards in the UK.
Werner’s recent images of the German and Italian vineyards spurred me to have a go at our own.
All taken with my favourite Sony 55mm F1.8 FE lens...These were taken yesterday as the sunlight started to warm up in the afternoon.
'rush' - a7r / Zeiss ZE 21/2.8 Distagon
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