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    Skylark day - let's have a springtime thread

    HI Everyone
    it's the 31st March, but today I heard skylarks. Here are some shots from a warm and sunny walk:












    All taken with an M8 and the WATE

    Let's see what's going on around your way (I'm guessing the cherry blossom will be out in Washington DC).

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    Things are still pretty brown and cold around here, but we've got some blue skies (not today though; spring showers here)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Things are still pretty brown and cold around here, but we've got some blue skies (not today though; spring showers here).
    Nice shot Maggie - our trees shouldn't be out until the start of May, and it's still a bit brown.

    These two were taken last week:




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    I love those big, fluffy, late-season snowflakes!

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    Hmm, spring depends on where you stand. In Jerusalem, we see the first flowers in January:

    with the most exotic wildflowers, a variety of very localized irises, peaking in March:



    In Boston, now, we got a dusting of snow last weekend, but I have seen robins (no skylarks) hopping around the back yard already. Will provide a picture when I meet the next one.

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    You guys are killing me. I stepped off my back porch about 45 minutes ago and took this. Bah, humbug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    I love those big, fluffy, late-season snowflakes!
    Maggie! you've changed you're avatar, one minute you're a cross cat, the next you're a swanky bidet . . . . what ARE we to think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scott kirkpatrick View Post

    In Boston, now, we got a dusting of snow last weekend, but I have seen robins (no skylarks) hopping around the back yard already. Will provide a picture when I meet the next one.

    scott
    HI Scott - I think your Robins are quite different from ours? I guess it's the same for skylarks.
    So, where are you now? Boston or Jerusalem? (I thought we had trouble, one house in Suffolk and another in Cornwall!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    You guys are killing me. I stepped off my back porch about 45 minutes ago and took this. Bah, humbug!
    Oh! but what a view! I just wish I had views like that off my back porch! . . . . . actually, it would be a good start to have a back porch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Maggie! you've changed you're avatar, one minute you're a cross cat, the next you're a swanky bidet . . . . what ARE we to think!
    Standards are down all over?



    Tim, I feel your pain! Northern Nebraska got ten inches of snow today! "Down south" here, we got a bunch of cold rain.

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    Spring must be close, the signs are there...



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    Blechhh... describes NY today. Grey and rainy all day. Jono I waited to comment until I got home to a big monitor. Love the shots with the flower shot making me smile knowing we do have something to look forward to over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Scott - I think your Robins are quite different from ours? I guess it's the same for skylarks.
    A little Wikipedia time tells me that the skylark is strictly a European bird, while the American Robin is a thrush. Both nest on the ground, and they don't look all that different, but the male skylark in the right time of the year is given to hovering a few feet off the ground, while singing for minutes at a time. Never saw a robin do that. They mostly hop along the ground, and occasionally pull up a worm. But they do migrate and now they are back.

    So, where are you now? Boston or Jerusalem? (I thought we had trouble, one house in Suffolk and another in Cornwall!
    Boston for the year, back to Jerusalem in the Fall. Our commute takes us about 20 hours and at least one lost suitcase. You can tell we're not in Jerusalem by just heading out the front door here and down the block:



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    I thought I had posted this already but, for now, my Spring looks like this. One more week and Spring will look a lot more like snow.

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    ... American Robin ... nest[s] on the ground
    The American Robin nests in trees. The Skylark was introduced in the Vancouver BC area, where a stable population has become established on Vancouver Island and the San Juan Islands.

    Here's my contribution to the springtime photos, a Western Bluebird (also a thrush) from sunday morning (DMR, not M8, sorry!):




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    sometimes a lens gets you TOO close

    dmr 800mm modular

    (I guess even clicking doesnt get the REAL size, but this is over 8x10 at 100% LOL
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    OK, who put the Bluejay in the dryer?

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    That's funny!

    Anyway, speaking of real blue jays, this is the best shot I could manage-real shy Guy! (sic!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean_Reid View Post
    I thought I had posted this already but, for now, my Spring looks like this. One more week and Spring will look a lot more like snow.
    Lovely Sean (why is that guy going swimming wearing a tablecloth?).
    I hope you get a little skiing in with that snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug View Post
    The American Robin nests in trees. The Skylark was introduced in the Vancouver BC area, where a stable population has become established on Vancouver Island and the San Juan Islands.

    Here's my contribution to the springtime photos, a Western Bluebird (also a thrush) from sunday morning (DMR, not M8, sorry!):



    Hi Doug
    Thank you for chipping in, it gives me an opportunity to say how much I enjoyed the Leica magazine stuff!
    I don't think there was really a confusion between robins and skylarks, just between european and american robins.
    I didn't know that skylarks had been introduced into Vancouver though. I love them, I still have vivid memories of lying on lush green grass next to grey granite walls listening to them as a (probably intoxicated) teenager.
    I'm not sure that the european robin is a thrush (is it or is it considered to be related to an old world flycatcher). I know I was confused to find that the nightingale was a type of thrush (or is it now considered to be a flycatcher?too).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    sometimes a lens gets you TOO close

    dmr 800mm modular

    (I guess even clicking doesnt get the REAL size, but this is over 8x10 at 100% LOL
    No such thing as too close
    great shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I'm not sure that the european robin is a thrush (is it or is it considered to be related to an old world flycatcher). I know I was confused to find that the nightingale was a type of thrush (or is it now considered to be a flycatcher?too).
    Apparently the european Robin and the Nightingale are now thought to be related to old world flycathers rather than thrushes.

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    THIS WEEKEND WAS 'SPRING CLEANING'....... / GR d2

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    Today..winter wheat coming up...

    Helen thats quite a crib


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    Quote Originally Posted by doug View Post
    Apparently the european Robin and the Nightingale are now thought to be related to old world flycathers rather than thrushes.
    I guess Wikipedia isn't the best birder's reference. I knew the two robins were different, but my quick research turned up pictures of the skylark that made it look rather like a robin, with different coloration but similar shape. Are they different sizes? And our pair of robins take turns sitting on a branch in the evening, so perhaps they are checking out tree homesites. I'll haul out my E3 with 50-200 tomorrow and see if I can catch them at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean_Reid View Post
    I thought I had posted this already but, for now, my Spring looks like this. One more week and Spring will look a lot more like snow.
    And if not snow you then have mud season

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwalker View Post
    Today..winter wheat coming up...
    Helen thats quite a crib
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    It's w/ a 40d. I wish it was taken w/ an M8. Does that count?




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    can you get just a TAD closer next time? I can barely make you out in the bird's eye!
    nice shot whatever it was!

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    those are great Chris, congrats!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogopix View Post
    can you get just a TAD closer next time? I can barely make you out in the bird's eye!
    nice shot whatever it was!
    Too Cool
    Its a New Zealand Robin, (or maybe South Island Robin.)

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    Is that what it is? Thanks!

    That shot was taken w/ Jack's old 70-200/4IS and Mike's spare 40D. The fact that the top picture was shot w/ ISO 3200 is what I'm probably most impressed with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Is that what it is? Thanks!

    That shot was taken w/ Jack's old 70-200/4IS and Mike's spare 40D. The fact that the top picture was shot w/ ISO 3200 is what I'm probably most impressed with.
    Nikon seriously needs to produce a 70-400 4.0 lens to complete their zoom kić. The 2.8 is just too big and heavy and frankly unnecessary in this world of high ISO bodies. The Canon version is a wonderful tool so I hope that Nikon listens and gives us what we really need. Don't misunderstand me, I have the 70-200 and it is a really professional tool but I leave it at home most times because of size and weight. The lens at home takes really lousy pictures so come on Nikon, give us a 4.0 version so we can really use it.

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    It was a beautiful, warm day here in Central Florida.
    This shot was taken as the sun was going down.
    M8 and 50 pre-ASPH lux

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    Nice bird captures, Chris. The 70-200 f/4 IS is a nice lens and I too wish Nikon had one in their lineup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood;
    It was a beautiful, warm day here in Central Florida.
    This shot was taken as the sun was going down.
    M8 and 50 pre-ASPH lux
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Flood View Post
    It was a beautiful, warm day here in Central Florida.
    This shot was taken as the sun was going down.
    M8 and 50 pre-ASPH lux
    Beautiful. Looks just like a painting. So how many 50's do you have now (that that you sold the Noctilux)? And which is your favorite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyspedden View Post
    Nikon seriously needs to produce a 70-400 4.0 lens to complete their zoom kić.
    70-400?! 4.0 I agree! J/K!

    I had to use a 1.4x (just to get 280mm) Of course that was on a 1.6 crop body so my FOV is close to 450 mm.

    No seriously, I completely understand you. My 70-200/2.8IS is a descent lens, but is longer, heavily and more tiring to use than the 70-200/4IS. I'm ready to sell the 2.8 version but have a few weddings so I think I'll keep it until after those, and then make up my mind. Right now, the f4 is a part of the travel kit and I love it. As shown above, I can get a FOV around 450 mm w/ a 1.4x on my crop body and that's more than acceptable for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Beautiful. Looks just like a painting. So how many 50's do you have now (that that you sold the Noctilux)? And which is your favorite?
    Chris,
    I have the CV f1.5 Nokton and the Leica pre-ASPH Summilux. I will be selling the Nokton at some point. It is a nice, smooth lens, but has a little more contrast than Leica 50's. I have owned the 50 Lux ASPH and 50 cron. The Lux ASPH is killer sharp and the cron is just ordinary. You may have read the thread about my 50 pre-ASPH lux. It was my first 50 and I sold it after I bought the 50 lux ASPH. I just managed to finally get it back after about a year. I didn't appreciate it till it was gone. That won't happen again.
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    Some nice images here
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    Springtime in Philadelphia
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    My silver 50-lux is definitely a keeper! This was taken in my back yard as Spring unfolds ~
    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital Dude View Post
    My silver 50-lux is definitely a keeper! This was taken in my back yard as Spring unfolds ~
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    Beautiful!

    Do you know what version it is?
    Was there a difference between versions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Beautiful!

    Do you know what version it is?
    Was there a difference between versions?
    Chris,
    I don't know what version Daniel has, but there have been (I believe) 6 versions dating back to 1959. Even then, the first summilux 50mm was based on the Summarit 1.5 50mm, which was based on the Xenon 50mm.
    I have a version 5 pre-ASPH 50mm Summilux. It is the one with the built-in hood. I have also owned the 50mm ASPH Summilux and they are both wonderful lenses. The ASPH is sharper and the pre-ASPH has the softer Leica look that I like in portraits. One couldn't go wrong with either version. Both are buttery-smooth and easy to focus. I can see why Daniel is happy with that lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDauer View Post
    Beautiful!

    Do you know what version it is?
    Was there a difference between versions?
    This is a new version, whatever that is, since I just purchased it new last month (s/n 4004xxx).
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    Daniel,
    Does your lens have ASPH imprinted on it?
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    Hi Cindy,
    Yep, sure does!

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    Here's a snapshot taken last week near Saguaro Lake, Arizona. 21 Elmarit asph.

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    Heah Mark,
    Man, those Snap Dragon’s really pop in the midst of those… well, Poppies'. The perspective of the 21-El is really quite impressive too. Unfortunately, the desert terrain here in “3:10 to Yuma” isn’t at all like that. Oh well, I suppose that's why I stick to near macro look'.
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