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What a nice coincidence! Lovely and well made sculpture with no way to get your car from the top roofMichiel:
i see a Rita McBride sculpture in the museum shot (the coffee table size "Parking Garage") it was made in my shop in Brooklyn several years ago!
Bob, I love this one. Just enough sharpness. Excellent colors. And I recognize my FrameShop script. Thanks for using it. I'm working on an update, so get your feature requests onto my "to do" list soon.Same combination...
ILCE-7S Sony 85 F 2.8
Many thanks John.Hello Barry:
That correct. No TM. For Sony lenses with in lens motors (as opposed to screw drive mechanical autofocus) the LAEA3 actually provides autofocus capability (although a very slow version). With mechanical autofocus lenses it works as if you had the lens in manual. Everything else is as if it was with a native lens.
I love whisky although I'm not super huge on the ones with super strong peat flavoring.Hi Bob
I only have a few SM’s that I keep at a time, otherwise my friends would never go home to their wives.
I have a penchant for peaty Ardbegs personally with a little water if cask strength.
Good luck with coercing your trout in front of your lens or better still onto your dinner plate.
A quick snap...High ISO A7R handheld...It’s late here in the UK - Poor light
Edit...Single Malts not Pure Malts.
I love whisky although I'm not super huge on the ones with super strong peat flavoring.
Perfectly suitable topic he says while sipping Aberlour Abunadh...HiredArm...That's half the fun (beauty) of SM's, trying to find the perfect one that suits your palate...Not that dissimilar from selecting lenses in some ways.
Most of us end up with more than one favorite in the end to suit our mood.
Apologies to all those who are teetotal for straying off of topic...Cheers Barry
Michiel...In the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
It is ironic, though that in the entrance to the museum we see a Spitfire and a Harrier but two weapons which in fact shaped the second half of the 20th century the most, the V2 missile and the first regularly flying jet-propelled craft, the V1.I never realised the V1 was so big!