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    Dogwood over Merced river, Yosemite NP, CA

    Visited Yosemite in the last weekend. Dogwood blooming almost peak but lesser flower than my past experiences. Especially flowers at low level, close to river level, has been washed and it was difficult to find a composition than usual. It was truly beautiful, nevertheless.
    This is my first trial with Carl Zeiss Sonnar 250mm CF lens. I am very happy with sharpness and focus length added in my WRS1600. Really appreciate the information I received about this lens during Capture Integration Workshop at Carmel in last March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Dogwood over Merced river, Yosemite NP, CA

    Visited Yosemite in the last weekend. Dogwood blooming almost peak but lesser flower than my past experiences. Especially flowers at low level, close to river level, has been washed and it was difficult to find a composition than usual. It was truly beautiful, nevertheless.
    This is my first trial with Carl Zeiss Sonnar 250mm CF lens. I am very happy with sharpness and focus length added in my WRS1600. Really appreciate the information I received about this lens during Capture Integration Workshop at Carmel in last March.

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    Nice shot. Agreed on the 250 length with the Cambo. I have the Superachromat for mine, and have been very pleased with it. Where did you get your lens board? I have been pleased with the one I secured from the fellow located in Korea thanks to the recommendation received here. I also have the 350, but it is so much bigger, I rarely carry it.
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    Nice shot. Agreed on the 250 length with the Cambo. I have the Superachromat for mine, and have been very pleased with it. Where did you get your lens board? I have been pleased with the one I secured from the fellow located in Korea thanks to the recommendation received here. I also have the 350, but it is so much bigger, I rarely carry it.
    Thank your for your comment. I purchased board at eBay from Korea, based on the recommendation through this site. It worked fine. I have a question, I carry this lens with board attached, and wondering how I should cover (cap) rear end of the board. It would be great if anybody have a solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinya28 View Post
    Thank your for your comment. I purchased board at eBay from Korea, based on the recommendation through this site. It worked fine. I have a question, I carry this lens with board attached, and wondering how I should cover (cap) rear end of the board. It would be great if anybody have a solution.

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    Got mine same place I think. I use snug-fitting lens hoods for that purpose. Made of that neoprene type material, Optech makes some, but there are cheaper ones.
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    Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon.


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    Dogwood over Burnt Tree Trunk, Yosemite NP, CA

    Another shot in Yosemite in the last weekend. Have a good weekend.

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    Another image from Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon:



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    Quote Originally Posted by drunkenspyder View Post
    Another image from Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon:
    Pretty sure those must be from Antelope Canyon. There really isn't a Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon that I'm aware of....
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    I think they call it Secret Canyon.

    https://horseshoebendtours.com/slot-canyon-tour

    Quote Originally Posted by ejpeiker View Post
    Pretty sure those must be from Antelope Canyon. There really isn't a Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon that I'm aware of....
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    Re: Technical Camera Images

    ALPA SWA + HRDIGARON 40mm + CFV50
    My first ALPA image after a long , long pause . And . . . . . I found that I have to learn handling PHOCUS PS and LR again .

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    I think they call it Secret Canyon.

    https://horseshoebendtours.com/slot-canyon-tour
    Ah OK, I know that one It's actually called Water Holes Canyon and is a section of that.
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    When I conducted the PODAS workshop last autumn. Phase One booked out the entire canyon for the class. We could photograph wthout the hustle and bustle of a typical slot canyon. It was so peaceful and stress free.

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    Ah OK, I know that one It's actually called Water Holes Canyon and is a section of that.

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    Abandoned wooden pier, Penang, Malaysia

    Visiting my favorite place, Penang Malaysia and captured my favorite abandoned wooden pier next to rural fishing village. I waited and captured at sunset but I like this blue version, under tropical cloud, over pink, sunset version.

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    Wow! Love that pier capture, no wonder it is a favorite of yours! This is quite a lovely scene.
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    Not either of the Antelopes and not Waterhole Slot Canyon, all three of which I also visited on this same trip. Horseshoe Bend Slot Canyon is its own thing, not a part of Waterhole and run by a specific Navajo family. You can buy the permit for Waterhole from the same folks, but the HBSC itself is separate and only accessible through them, while Waterhole is accessible just by walking in from the parking area by the road. The link was already posted https://horseshoebendtours.com. HBSC is in fact very peaceful and stress free. Four of us had it all to ourselves for almost three hours. HIGHLY recommended.

    Quote Originally Posted by stevenfr View Post
    When I conducted the PODAS workshop last autumn. Phase One booked out the entire canyon for the class. We could photograph wthout the hustle and bustle of a typical slot canyon. It was so peaceful and stress free.
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