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    EOS R / RF 35/1.8 IS
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    From the archives - a 2011 shot with my G11. Dug it out of the drawer yesterday, charged the battery, fired it up and all is working as it should. Hmm, what next I ponder...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithDM View Post
    From the archives - a 2011 shot with my G11....
    Nicely timed!

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    A lone eagle commands views of the south end of Cayuga Lake and a meadow full of goldenrod. Canon 5DSR 24-105



    Another eagle circling overhead.



    A very old "bird" competing for air space with the eagles. WWII era B-17 bomber.

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    Our fall crocus recently re-emerged in our garden. Two shots taken with the Canon EOS R (full spectrum converted) and 24-105 R using a Kolari hot mirror filter for full color and Kolari IRchrome for false color IR. Note that fall crocus blossoms and stems have no chlorophyll and they appear similar in both visible and IR spectrum.



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