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    I recently acquired a Canon 35/2 LTM which has become my main lens. This lens is making me smile every time I develop and scan my negatives. It has this character which I find lovely.











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    Lloyd...Lovely, with 60's retro feel!
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    Admiralty Head Lighthouse Film



    M6 TTL with Leica Summicron-M 35mm f2 ASPH


    . . . . . from a couple of weekends ago. I should be out of weeds sometime in June, at least that is when school ends and then it will just be the full time job and not both. I do get to interlope on occasion, just no time for making much conversation!

    Lots of great photos from Leif e, Maggie-O, bruniroquai, Godfrey, Cindy, Iver and Lloyd! Enjoy them all!

    Steve you need to put down that M9 with 50/0.95 and shoot a roll of film!





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    Beautiful image Dan. Love it. Good luck with the weeds!

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    Dan,
    This beautiful lighthouse photo has so much clarity and depth. I feel like I'm right there.

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Admiralty Head Lighthouse Film



    M6 TTL with Leica Summicron-M 35mm f2 ASPH


    . . . . . from a couple of weekends ago. I should be out of weeds sometime in June, at least that is when school ends and then it will just be the full time job and not both. I do get to interlope on occasion, just no time for making much conversation!

    Lots of great photos from Leif e, Maggie-O, bruniroquai, Godfrey, Cindy, Iver and Lloyd! Enjoy them all!

    Steve you need to put down that M9 with 50/0.95 and shoot a roll of film!





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    We had a heavy rain here in the desert today. I was drenched, but kept my M6 under my jacket.
    M6ttl 0.85, Leica WATE & Frankenfinder, Portra 160
    View from up on the London Bridge- storm brewing


    After the rain- it dries off fast in the desert


    A big one- he released it and it swam away

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    Haven't been sharing photos here for quite some time, here's a few from me.
    I have created a tumblr account as my photo blog recently, i'm not sure if it's a good way to showcase my photos. Here's the link Street Wanderer








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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    We had a heavy rain here in the desert today. I was drenched, but kept my M6 under my jacket.
    M6ttl 0.85, Leica WATE & Frankenfinder, Portra 160
    These are terrific Cindy. That second shot especially.

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    Haven't been sharing photos here for quite some time, here's a few from me.
    I have created a tumblr account as my photo blog recently, i'm not sure if it's a good way to showcase my photos. Here's the link Street Wanderer
    Very nice set. The first two stand out for me.

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    Cindy beautiful set, 2nd Lloyd, the second is my favorite, love the detail!

    Ed, your photos are not on display, I followed the link but not sure which photos were on display.

    From a walk about up at Fort Worden with Peg



    M6 TTL with Leica APO Summicron-M 75mm f2 ASPH - Kodak Porta 400

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    Beautiful. And it's a really nice photo too!

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    Admiralty Head Lighthouse Film





    Dan, a gorgeous image indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    We had a heavy rain here in the desert today. I was drenched, but kept my M6 under my jacket.
    M6ttl 0.85, Leica WATE & Frankenfinder, Portra 160
    View from up on the London Bridge- storm brewing

    After the rain- it dries off fast in the desert

    Cindy, a lovely set. But the above is superb for it sweeping depth.
    Of course, the deserts here are a little different.!!

    Best regards.

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    My wife and me had a small paradise to ourselves and family.

    For the kids, it was their place to get away from the parents!

    Then the Tsunami struck. You all know the tragedy of it.

    Of no significance compared to the catastrophe suffered by others, our little hut got

    swept away. Vanished!!

    I do not have the financial or physical and mental strength to rebuild it.

    But the small land remains. So does the beach.


    We leave it for the kids to make it their little piece of paradise.

    My son and the only footprints are ours in the photo.

    Sri Lanka. Portra 160 VC. M7.

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    Thank you Lloyd and Rayyan for your kind words, they are appreciated!

    Rayyan, such a beautiful spot having a sandy beach by the ocean. Thankfully, you and you family were not inside the hut when it was swept away. Hopefully your son does get a chance to rebuild a small place for his family and for the grandparents to come visit!


    A visit to Port Townsend and caught the ferry out of Coupeville on Whidbey Island which is located about a mile from Fort Casey and the Admiralty Head Lighthouse. This weekend without as much sun and a 75mm vs using the 35 mm above.






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    Very nice Dan. I really need to visit there one day. I lived in the Seattle area twice and never made it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
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    Rayyan, such a beautiful spot having a sandy beach by the ocean. Thankfully, you and you family were not inside the hut when it was swept away. Hopefully your son does get a chance to rebuild a small place for his family and for the grandparents to come visit!
    Big plus 1. I hope so as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Thank you Lloyd and Rayyan for your kind words, they are appreciated!

    Rayyan, such a beautiful spot having a sandy beach by the ocean. Thankfully, you and you family were not inside the hut when it was swept away. Hopefully your son does get a chance to rebuild a small place for his family and for the grandparents to come visit!


    A visit to Port Townsend and caught the ferry out of Coupeville on Whidbey Island which is located about a mile from Fort Casey and the Admiralty Head Lighthouse. This weekend without as much sun and a 75mm vs using the 35 mm above.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Big plus 1. I hope so as well.
    Dan, Lloyd. Thanks for the kind words.

    Dan, I can see myself sitting here warm and cosy with a flask of coffee and
    sandwiches in a brown bag; watching the world go by.

    An wonderful image again.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Very nice Dan. I really need to visit there one day. I lived in the Seattle area twice and never made it.
    lloyd, it is a nice 90 minutes north of Seattle which includes a short ferry ride from Mukilteo to Clinton. The lighthouse and Fort Casey make for a nice photography opportunity and if one wants to venture a little further there is a nice 35 minute ferry ride from Coupeville to Port Townsend. Port Townsend is a nice destination which also has Fort Worden and Fort Flagler near by with lots of photo ops as well.

    If you ever make it up here I am sure the SLUG's could arrange a walk about Seattle for old times sake!

    Thank you for your kind words, they are always appreciated.



    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Dan, I can see myself sitting here warm and cosy with a flask of coffee and sandwiches in a brown bag; watching the world go by.

    An wonderful image again.

    Regards.

    Rayyan, I could be sitting right next to you enjoying a cup of coffee, watching the world go by, talking about waves lapping on sandy beaches, hot days in the sun with the kids, love and life, and perhaps a little bit about photography!

    . . . . . and thank you for you kind words, they are appreciated.

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    A couple of more from the walk about at Fort Worden this weekend.


    Fort Worden Artillery Battery Stairs ~ Port Townsend, WA



    Fort Worden Artillery Battery Door & Stairs ~ Port Townsend, WA



    MP - Carl Zeiss Contax G 45mm f2 Planar ~ Kodak Porta 800 Film


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    Dan

    Intrigued as to what adapter you used for Contax G to Leica M mount?

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    Cindy, a lovely set. But the above is superb for it sweeping depth.
    Of course, the deserts here are a little different.!!

    Best regards.
    Thank you Rayyan. If you get a chance, Google "London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona" and you will read the story of how a man bought the 1800's London Bridge and had it moved half-way around the world. He had it re-built (stones had been numbered when dis-assembled) in the desert. He dug a canal under it, starting and ending back at the nearby Colorado river. Then he built a town around it.
    It made me very sad to hear of your loss of the get-away on the beach. I hope that your son can re-build it some day. I'm glad that your family was safe. You have a beautiful spot there.

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    Dan, I like both shots of the lighthouse, but I do think I like the less-contrasty version even better.
    I love the shots with the 45 Planar. Wow! I am going to have my 35 G converted soon. I haven't tried the Portra 400, but like your result here. Looks like you have a lot of interesting subjects nearby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    We had a heavy rain here in the desert today. I was drenched, but kept my M6 under my jacket.
    M6ttl 0.85, Leica WATE & Frankenfinder, Portra 160

    After the rain- it dries off fast in the desert

    Cindy - love the way you framed this shot - very nice
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    Dan,
    This beautiful lighthouse photo has so much clarity and depth. I feel like I'm right there.
    +1 - nice one Dan!
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    My wife and me had a small paradise to ourselves and family.

    For the kids, it was their place to get away from the parents!

    Then the Tsunami struck. You all know the tragedy of it.

    Of no significance compared to the catastrophe suffered by others, our little hut got

    swept away. Vanished!!

    I do not have the financial or physical and mental strength to rebuild it.

    But the small land remains. So does the beach.


    We leave it for the kids to make it their little piece of paradise.

    My son and the only footprints are ours in the photo.

    Sri Lanka. Portra 160 VC. M7.
    Rayyan - sorry to hear about this - but what a lovely stretch of beach for your kids to enjoy!
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    Cindy, Joe..appreciate you folk stopping by.

    Thank you and stay well.

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    M7/lux 50 asph

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    M7- cron 75 apo

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    You sure know how to use that 75 lux, my friend.

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    Thanks Lloyd.

    A quick change of the lens..


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    Tells a completely different part of the story. Nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    My wife and me had a small paradise to ourselves and family.

    For the kids, it was their place to get away from the parents!

    Then the Tsunami struck. You all know the tragedy of it.

    Of no significance compared to the catastrophe suffered by others, our little hut got

    swept away. Vanished!!

    I do not have the financial or physical and mental strength to rebuild it.

    But the small land remains. So does the beach.


    We leave it for the kids to make it their little piece of paradise.

    My son and the only footprints are ours in the photo.

    Sri Lanka. Portra 160 VC. M7.

    Poignant and wonderful.
    I am sorry for your loss. I am happy for your future.

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    Today we had coffee at that same table - free of snow. Winter´s threatening to leave.

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    That does seem early Leif. Very nice picture, btw. Wonderful tonality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Poignant and wonderful.
    I am sorry for your loss. I am happy for your future.
    Godfrey. This is very much appreciated. Thank you.

    Stay well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leif e View Post
    Today we had coffee at that same table - free of snow. Winter´s threatening to leave.

    m2, cv 3,5/35, tri-x in xtol 1+1
    Nice tones, Leif. I always enjoy photos of your charming daughter. I'm glad the snow is almost over for you.

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    Lake Havasu City, Arizona
    M6ttl, Contax Carl Zeiss Jena 5cm f/1.5 (1937 uncoated) converted to M mount,
    Kodak Portra 160, Nikon V


    M6ttl, Leica 50 f/2 Summicron-M collapsible, Kodak Portra 160, Nikon V

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    Lake Havasu City, Arizona
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    LOVE that first one Cindy. Terrific vintage look.

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    M7- cron 75 apo
    Nice bokeh from the cron, Rayyan.

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    Thanks, Lloyd. I love the look of the current Leica lenses, but I also like the look of the vintage lenses. There is a whole treasure-trove of old lenses out there to try and some of them are amazing. Brian Sweeney converted the Contax Sonnar for me. He put it into a donor Jupiter 3 mount. The lens doesn't look like anything special in that Jupiter-3 mount, but the performance really makes me happy.

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    I agree with Lloyd - interesting feel and look to those images indeed, Cindy! Interesting lens story as well.
    Regarding our snow status; I´d really like to ski some more. Right now everything´s melting away.
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    It has been a very strange winter. We had record snowfall year, with one local ski resort breaking the old record by 97 inches!! This year it's been pretty moderate (at best), snowfall-wise, and yet we had 16 inches at that same resort last night, with another 24-36 forecast over the next couple of days. Then over the weekend we have high temps of around 12-13C forecast. Strange.
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    Some fun with the collapsible LTM Summicron 50mm








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    Very nice Vobluda. Fun shots indeed.

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    +1 Vobluda. Nice rendering from the collapsible cron.

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    Cheers Cindy and LLoyd!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
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    Lovely character to this one Cindy.

    Best.

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    Nice bokeh from the cron, Rayyan.
    Thank you Cindy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vobluda View Post
    Some fun with the collapsible LTM Summicron 50mm

    Vobluda, like the renderings from the collapsible 75. The above is excellent
    in all respects.

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