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    Domini on H3D-31 w 120mm
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    Re: Fun with MF images

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    903SWC, CFV50C



    From yesterdays walk in the beech woods, looking for autumn.
    But not yet here in the deep south of Sweden.
    A few trees here and there is in full autumn colour, but I have to wait for maybe 2 more weeks for the full colour of the woods.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Grayhand View Post
    903SWC, CFV50C



    From yesterdays walk in the beech woods, looking for autumn.
    But not yet here in the deep south of Sweden.
    A few trees here and there is in full autumn colour, but I have to wait for maybe 2 more weeks for the full colour of the woods.

    Ray
    Ray, what a beautiful image to see upon waking this morning. Perfect.
    Thank you for sharing this moment!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Nothing spectacular yet, but the first signs of autumn are clearly there ... in Leuven, Belgium

    P1 645 DF with P30+ and Mamiya 120/4



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    Abstract

    L_022866 by jean-luc cochy, sur Flickr

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    Berlin, Festival of Lights 2018.
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    Spring time

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    First attempt at a real macro shot with the GF120/4. I'm also expecting delivery of the 45mm macro tube which might make attempting macro more interesting (should be able to fill more of the frame). This is pretty heavily cropped but the detail still holds up. Not saying it is anything special but there is a promise of better things to come as I improve my technique and sort out some lighting.

    GFX50s+120/4 - on a tripod (PS. This shot was made a helluva lot easier by the use of the tilt-swivel adapter).

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    Our Christmas cactus is well in advance for flowering ...

    P1 645 DF with P30+ and Mamiya 120/4 Macro lens ...



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    Bethel Maine this week
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    Afternoon

    A little more from Mosul. I think these just work better in black and white, the brightness of the sky and warm yellows betray the utter destruction to life in this ancient city.



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    Arcadia National Park has an area called "Sur de Monts," which used to be populated with hundreds of White Birch trees. Sadly, they have become diseased and the few remaining are in trouble.
    In years past these white birch have made gorgeous images with the fall colorful foliage in the background.
    The first image attached is the platform where tourists walk over the swamp to view what I just described.
    The second images is of one of the few birch trees remaining, but which is unfortunately is also spotted with some type of mold
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    A picture postcard from Kangaamiut, Greenland. XF/100/55mm.

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    Our rose garden never fails to make us smile even in the last weeks before the arrival of the first killing frost. This rose appeared with no fanfare one morning during the march of Hurricane Michael toward he Florida coast. By the time the storm arrived in Georgia, this beautiful rose was spent and the leaves covered the ground below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    So, last week I concluded a pretty epic trip with my wife in my Jaguar F-Type SVR convertible, travelling through France to the Monaco Yacht Show (on business, I hasten to add), starting in Calais, to Troyes, Beaune, Chateuneuf Du Pape, Antibes and so to Monaco, then back a few days later via Carcassonne, Bordeaux, Chenonceau, Rouen and then to Calais. Not much room for camera gear, or time to use it, but I still managed to take the GFX50S, Canon 24mm TSE and Cambo adapter and 120mm F/4 Maco, and lightweight tripod. Here is a slightly pretentious self-portait with the F-Type taken during the trip taken with the GFX 50S and 32-64mm, my most used lens. Some 2,500 miles driven on fast French motorways, with fab food and wine along the way. We had a blast!
    Hmm, you must pack VERY light to manage that trip with a woman passenger for over a week and camera gear in an F-Type convertible! I've got bigger camera bags than the F-Type boot, even assuming that you weren't packing the spare tyre and only the inflation kit (aka cell phone).
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    A four minute exposure from my latest shoot.
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    X1D - small, light, amazing style... love this baby Click image for larger version. 

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    this one in front of a fairfaced concrete

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    Torngat Mountains National Park, Labrador. XF/100/SK35

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamWelland View Post
    Hmm, you must pack VERY light to manage that trip with a woman passenger for over a week and camera gear in an F-Type convertible! I've got bigger camera bags than the F-Type boot, even assuming that you weren't packing the spare tyre and only the inflation kit (aka cell phone).
    Are spare tires still a thing? I think many use run-flat tires. I got rid of mine on the little car due to the ride being rough enough and now have an inflation kit (green goo and pump).

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