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    “Fading Glory” Eastern Sierras 2019
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    Lovely .....

    ..... I still have a 1:87 scale Märklin version of this from the late 1950s/early 1960s

    It too probably needs maintenance by now .
    I still have a cupboard full with all kinds of HO scale (1:87) Märklin locomotives and train sets.
    Even a beautiful 125-year Anniversary Gauge I Crocodile (Spur I Krokodil).
    Alas, nowadays they rarely see the light of day ...
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    Taughannock Falls, a 10 minute drive from my home up on the west shore of Cayuga Lake. GFX 50R with the 45/2.8.



    Lower Taughannock Falls just above where it enters the lake. There were several fishermen in the creek that I cloned out, but left one for scale.

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    Another version of Lower Taughannock Falls without the fishermen (I cloned out 3 fishermen that were standing on and around the falls plus all of their gear that was lying on the shore next to the pool.). GFX 50R 45/2.8 at f/16, ISO 100, 1/6 sec. Click for full size image.

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    GFX 100, 100-200 zoom @ 200mm f/5.6, ISO 100, 1/600th

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    Jumping Buffalo
    You would think he would use his buffalo wings...
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    Hotel Gracery...you can check out but you can never leave...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I still have a cupboard full with all kinds of HO scale (1:87) Märklin locomotives and train sets.
    Even a beautiful 125-year Anniversary Gauge I Crocodile (Spur I Krokodil).
    Alas, nowadays they rarely see the light of day ...
    I am VERY ENVIOUS of your spur 1

    My rather large collection of spur HO live in a very big box

    My 4-6-2 (as in your photo) is far too deep down to find
    so please excuse a poor 'snap' of my 2-10-0 not taken with a Fuji.



    I can't remember what I did earlier this morning,
    but I do remember getting the above locomotive from a shop called Franz Carl Weber in Lugano
    in early 1957 .
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    ^^ Great Ian! In model railroading I always liked the goods engines with smaller wheels as well as tank engines better, somehow they look more natural in a small environment then the big express engines. We had a 12 V direct current table with mainly Fleischman, Rivarossi and self built stuff (by my father). Most of what is left is also in boxes on the attic

    Btw, in Europe a 2-10-0 is called 1E and a pacific 4-6-2 is called 2C1. The US counts wheels and over here they count axles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    I am VERY ENVIOUS of your spur 1

    My rather large collection of spur HO live in a very big box

    My 4-6-2 (as in your photo) is far too deep down to find
    so please excuse a poor 'snap' of my 2-10-0 not taken with a Fuji.



    I can't remember what I did earlier this morning,
    but I do remember getting the above locomotive from a shop called Franz Carl Weber in Lugano
    in early 1957 .
    Wow 1957 ! That's a long time back. And how did you end up in Lugano ?

    I think I started in '66 with my first Märklin set.
    Loved browsing the catalogs on end. And checking my piggy bank I found I was always short. No wonder with 25 cents (kwartje) a week pocket money ...
    Perhaps we could start a separate thread for model trains ?

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    Another from the Eastern Sierras:
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    Frozen Falls, Eastern Sierras

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    もろびと 〜 Many People...

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    River IJssel near Deventer NL ...



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    家 - Home (Kyoto)

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    白川 ー Shirakawa (Kyoto)

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    The Laowa 17/4 "Zero-D" arrived today so I made a couple of quick test shots to compare with the Canon 16-35 f/4L (at 17mm). Both on tripod and MF, ISO 100, f/11. Indoor scene with contrasty window lighting. No serious vignetting with Laowa but as already known severe vignetting with the Canon at 17 mm (this lens is really only OK at about 20 - 30 mm). Some aberrations with strong lighting from the left with both lenses. Both lenses sharp on center, but serious cropping needed with the Canon.

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    Winter Persimmon (Kyoto)...whilst it's not yet winter these fruit look so luscious and the colour is glorious.

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    Autumn Evening (Kyoto)

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    Just a snap through a dirty window with wet snow coming down hard. Checking out the 10 point sunstars that the Laowa 17/4 generates with the GFX 50R.

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    Our first snowfall of the season last night was only about 2 inches, but it was enough to flatten this cluster of ornamental grass. GXF 50R 45/2.8

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    GARDEN FOX
    I usually photograph our garden fox with my X-T3 and 100-400 but he is so confident around us now that he comes close enough for me to photograph him with the GFX50R and the 63/2.8.

    Nosing around in the bulb pots for next year and giving me a good sniff at the same time!


    Trying to blend into the flower bed.


    Exploding the myth of fox aggression towards cats. Believe me, the fox gives all the local cats a very wide berth. Especially this spiteful little fur ball!
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    of all things weird ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    of all things weird ...
    Did you throw your pennies in and make a "remembrance" coin?
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    Looks like a scene from the old fantasy game "Myst"
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Did you throw your pennies in and make a "remembrance" coin?
    Imagine approaching this 'statue' from the back site first. Wondering what this concrete thing could be sitting in the middle of a huge sand drift (Zandverstuiving Hulshorst).
    And then while walking around it, expecting to see some kind of remembrance plaque, only to find out it's a bloody coin machine 'Ode to the Veluwe' ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Looks like a scene from the old fantasy game "Myst"
    Indeed, I think the 'Classic Chrome' film simulation here adds to that resemblance. Not my intention, but well seen, Carl !

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    Autumn Fisherman - Shirakawa (Kyoto)

    Thunderstorms today, after a spectacular run of beautiful autumn weather. Catching beautiful little fish in the Shirakawa. Cropped to square for a little bit of a change.

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    GFX50R+45/2.8 - Kings Cross Station, London


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    Trying some of my old orphaned M mount lenses on the GXF 50R with a Fotodiox adapter. Below is a shot taken with a Contax G 90/2.8 Sonnar (converted to M mount) and a near 100% crop of the image. Most of my M mount lenses exhibit varying amounts of vignetting (particularly in the lower corners) and you can see some in the full image below from the 90mm Sonnar.


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    Autumn Evening 2 (Kyoto)

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    under the bridge left (deventer) ...



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    Man about town...(Osaka)

    Which do you prefer - top or bottom image? I also tried with the shadows lifted a little, I ended up preferring these.

    Taken with that hipster point and shoot camera the GFX 50R - Ideal for quick shots like this



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    Man about town...(Osaka)

    Which do you prefer - top or bottom image? I also tried with the shadows lifted a little, I ended up preferring these.

    IMHO - the first image showing the man's face makes you wonder what he is looking at or waiting for and the second image clearly connects the man to the arriving elevator.
    So they both appeal to me each in its own right.
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    Shall we take the ladder? (Osaka)

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    I'm increasingly fascinated by these Japanese juxtapositions. It's a metaphor for Japan in it's own way.

    Abeno Harukas at 300 metres is, apparently, the tallest building (not tower) in Japan. (Osaka)

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    I thought that a night sky full of stars would be more appropriate for this shot so I used Luminar 4 to replace the sky in this GFX 50R shot.

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    Observances (Osaka)

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