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    Happy Fall everyone!

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    Dawn at Mt Katahadin in Maine
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    Fantastic fall shots, both of you! Tim Wright, that middle image of yours is priceless. Fantastic shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Jones View Post
    Fantastic fall shots, both of you! Tim Wright, that middle image of yours is priceless. Fantastic shot.
    Thanks!

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    Great shots both Tim's.
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    And thanks to both of you!

    Looks like you had a good week in Baxter, Tim. Hope you had fun, it's a beautiful place.

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    Little IR fun with my M8 + Zeiss 21mm Biogon + Hoya R72 filter:
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    Hey folks!

    These images were taken on the set of "Imus in the Morning" when they broadcast from DC yesterday. Setting aside how you may feel about the old nut, I was amazed at the performance of the M8. I was using a 90mm Cron f2 from forever away on Auto ISO and WB in this studio lighting situation. These all turned out at ISO 1250. Am I just easy to impress or did the camera really nail it?

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    Best to all,

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    And, NOW...the images!!

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    Be with you in just a minute... M8 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar f/2.5 75mm

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    M8, 35 'cron asph.

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    my first posting....
    M8, Summarit 2,5/35mm, ISO 160
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiffletiger View Post
    my first posting....
    M8, Summarit 2,5/35mm, ISO 160
    Germany, near Heidelberg, a few days ago
    Hi,
    is this near Königstuhl? I once flew with my paraglider from that mountain.
    Cheers,Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    Hi,
    is this near Königstuhl? I once flew with my paraglider from that mountain.
    Cheers,Tom
    Hi Tom,
    glad to hear that you had visited our part of Germany.
    but no, its not the "Königsstuhl" but not far away from this loction. It was in Heppenheim-Odenwald. A very nice place.

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    Attachment 8467

    One of the music teachers at yesterday's recital playing his Dobro steel guitar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiffletiger View Post
    Hi Tom,
    glad to hear that you had visited our part of Germany.
    but no, its not the "Königsstuhl" but not far away from this loction. It was in Heppenheim-Odenwald. A very nice place.

    Reimar
    Ah, Starkenburg I guess.

    I live in Bensheim.
    Cheers, Tom

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    Here's an out of this world place --



    and a gallery of shots of the other wonders, natural and technological, around it. (Plus some obligatory meeting and greeting shots, please ignore.)

    cheers,

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    Nice self portrait! Looks like Devil's Golf Course near Badwater?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flesher View Post
    Nice self portrait! Looks like Devil's Golf Course near Badwater?

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    Nope. Much further south. But similar geology.

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    Lawn Light
    M8, Voigtlander 50mm f/1.5 Nokton Aspherical

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post
    Here's an out of this world place --



    cheers,

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    Nice shot Scott
    Looks like you wear your shorts nearly as low slung as our boys wear their jeans

    Interesting show - amazing clear light.

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    The laddie is obviously wearin' a kilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Nice shot Scott
    Looks like you wear your shorts nearly as low slung as our boys wear their jeans

    Interesting show - amazing clear light.
    Thanks.

    Can't quite explain the grotesque shadow -- must have been someone else.

    But the light is the result of being at 2000 up to 5000 meters elevation in the Atacama region, where there has been no recorded rainfall for the past 80 years or so and the surfaces are mostly mineral deposits. Volcanoes 30 to 50 miles away in all directions are clearly visible in some views.

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    The laddie is obviously wearin' a kilt!
    Of COURSE I hadn't thought of that . . . wonder what he's wearing underneath?

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    Of COURSE I hadn't thought of that . . . wonder what he's wearing underneath?
    Let's not go there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Let's not go there...
    I wasn't THINKING of going there!

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    Re: Another odd scene

    How often do you get to shoot inside a kaleidoscope?





    Sorry, no kilt.

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    Flowers by Shop Light (6am) M8 with Canon 50mm f/1.2


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    Lovely shot///the canon 50/1.2 is DIVINE on the M8
    Beautiful OOF
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    I agree John.. that lens has great feeling.
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    Very cool Kaliedescope!

    I'm in New York State visiting my brother who has been working for several years on restoring a 1950 John Deere A tractor. Today was the roll out day and I was there for the first start. He recovered the rusting hulk from a field where it had been sitting for over 30 years. I think he did a wonderful job making the tractor look as if it had just rolled off the assembly line. It started and ran on the first try. Kudos to my bro!

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    Now that's a Deere!
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    I got out to shoot with Jack, Jim, and Chris this week. These are a few shots from an industrial boat dock, while waiting to catch our boat to Alcatraz.

    The industrial dock was full of old coils of rope and cable, and piles of chains, bricks, etc. All Beautifully aged and oxidized by the sea.

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    Here's a few more...
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    Here's a few from my recent forays.

    1. Boo! (and happy Halloween).
    2, 3, 4. Fall colors and reflections, near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington
    5. Some musician friends in performance, playing the Ravel Piano Trio.

    Enjoy!
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    Lovely Peter
    I like the last two especially.

    Much more humdrum from me:

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    From the "Sutro Baths" on the San Francisco coastline. The photographer in the last image is our very own Jim Collum.
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    Mike your making me jealous. LOL

    Nice shots ,love the first one
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    Lovely Mike
    I like the middle best - what are the 'sutro baths'?

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    Jono - the Sutro Baths were once a large "bath house" right on the coast in San Francisco. A big storm destroyed the complex - I think it was around 1920s, but not sure. Now what you see are the remains.

    EDIT: See Bill's description below, which is far more accurate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hatam View Post
    Jono - the Sutro Baths were once a large "bath house" right on the coast in San Francisco. A big storm destroyed the complex - I think it was around 1920s, but not sure. Now what you see are the remains.
    Mike, those are the most incredible photos of the baths I've seen.

    Jono, I got curious about the baths when Jack posted some pictures a few weeks back, all the information is online if you care to dig in. Long story short, they were the largest indoor swimming pools in the world, built in the very late 1800's and opened to the public in 1896. They were fed by tides and some very powerful turbine pumps. The baths were never profitable as the operation costs were very high, and as a result changed hands several times. In 1966 the family that owned them torched the place to collect insurance money and paid a couple San Francisco city personnel a heft sum to look the other way and declare it an accident.

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    Thanks Bill. Yes, very interesting history on the Sutro Baths - thanks for looking it up.
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    And we think that stuff only happens in New Jersey. ROTFLMAO
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    We shot the Sutro Baths in the morning, and Alcatraz in the evening. In the middle of the day, in poor light (high, bright sun), we walked through some industrial areas of the city. Here's a few quickly shot images of that area.
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    More Great shots Mike.
    I'd LOVE to go there.
    Here it's been raining all day, but the sun just peeped out for a few minutes last thing:


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    [/QUOTE]

    Jono,
    with your high skies, your stand-alone trees and your clouds you make the soul of your landscape sing its song.

    Your clouds are hermetic, they do Hermes' task, communicating heaven's light to your landscape in a translation called reflection at ever new ambiguous airy damp shapes.

    Your trees are like mythical creatures, individuals, representing vegetative grandeur of the land, and they seem to be in dialogue with heaven, linked by rolling by clouds.

    Archaic and permanent in all changes of the year the song is filling the air.

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    Thank you Hans
    I'm not sure that the picture deserves the eloquence, but you certainly have nailed the intent!

    Thanks again

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    Foggy!

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    "Framed" lucky shot, but wrong lens on my M8 so I did need some cropping. (28mm)
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    Some shots from inside Alcatraz...
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