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    A unique weather day at the marsh yesterday with afternoon fog and a light drizzle every now and then.
    Hope everyone is doing well wherever you are.

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    When I was a teenager I worked in the restaurant at the end of the pier.
    They only served breakfast and lunch back then, and now everything is different.

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    Oh yes! I went cello shopping once. It seems that each new thing that an instrument can do well doubles its price. $5,000, it sounds nice. $10,000, it can sound nice in different ways. I played one note on an $80,000 cello and I felt like I had awakened Smaug. But these things get up into the price range of old Bugatti's. When a great instrument becomes available, almost no performer can afford it. So a bunch of the old farts decide which up-and-coming young virtuoso deserves a surprise Stradivarius. I'd love to be a fly on the wall when that happens.
    Matt, this was an unusual place to find so many violins, Not a commercial building, but rather a typical house in the suburbs with no signs until you had already entered the premises, i.e., you needed to be aware of its existence. A long and interesting history of the family operating the shop. Not sure if they had a Stradivarius, but there were some violins in a vault. They did have Jack Benny's violin in a glass case. Jack Benny had purchased his instrument from them and upon his death, the violin was reacquired by this family. My wife was there for a simple repair, but it was fascinating to deal with such knowledgeable people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Matt, this was an unusual place to find so many violins, Not a commercial building, but rather a typical house in the suburbs with no signs until you had already entered the premises, i.e., you needed to be aware of its existence. A long and interesting history of the family operating the shop. Not sure if they had a Stradivarius, but there were some violins in a vault. They did have Jack Benny's violin in a glass case. Jack Benny had purchased his instrument from them and upon his death, the violin was reacquired by this family. My wife was there for a simple repair, but it was fascinating to deal with such knowledgeable people.
    Wow. Sounds like a really interesting place!
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    Mark C's photo above reminds me of one I took nearly 60 years ago from inside a railway tunnel in South Devon. Shot with a Rollei TLR, copied with Phase 120 macro.


    That's a 'Warship' running on the Western Region... Could that be Dainton Tunnel?

    Not a shot anyone would dare attempt these days!
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    75 years ago the Allies bombed Dresden to destruction in four bombing raids from February 13-15. I produced a photo essay on the reconstructed beauty of Dresden https://djessemay.com/news-articles/...f-dresden.html


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    Another from a recent trip to San Francisco... View from Yerba Buena Island across to the Bay Bridge and the city.

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    [IMG]StarTrailsFromFilesIMGP5963-7841_Step7sRGBSMALL by Ed Hurst, on Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Haag View Post
    Been home sick with the flu today, so I went thru images to take my mind off of how I felt. I love going back thru images from past trips, it sort of takes me back there. This is definitely some place I want to go back to this fall.

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    Really nice Greg. Where is this? There is a tree in the publication linked below that looks very similar to yours, but without the egret. (third row down on my screen). Tom

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    Pemaquid Point, Maine on a cold day.
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    Since I do not have a cat, I photographed a sunrise
    I once read a comment by a photographer, who was preparing a series, that sunrise photos are the cat pictures of landscape photography. He was almost apologizing for including sunrise photos in his series. If anyone is a sunrise specialist, please do not be offended.

    Since I do not have a cat, I photographed a sunrise. The story is in the link.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Really nice Greg. Where is this? There is a tree in the publication linked below that looks very similar to yours, but without the egret. (third row down on my screen). Tom

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    Thank you Tom! It is Caddo Lake State Park in east Texas near the Louisiana state line, beautiful spot.

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    Glade Creek Grist Mill...(the backside). Babcock State Park, West Virginia.

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    Darr, that is extraordinarily beautiful. Congratulations.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    This thread seems to get better and better. It is certainly inspiring and motivating and I thank you all for contributing. I am in awe of a lot of your work. I'm soon off for a six week trip to Southern Africa where I'll be out of wifi range and I'm not taking a laptop, so I'll be awol from the site until April.

    But I'll be back for a further dose of inspiration!

    Warmest regards to all,
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    Have a wonderful and safe trip Bill. I assume you'll be engaged in photographic activity, so we'll all look forward to your inspiring and creative imagery upon your return.

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    Darr , that is just stunning .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    Darr, that is extraordinarily beautiful. Congratulations.
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    I got lucky with unusual weather. The fog was the thickest I have ever seen there, and it was 2pm!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    This thread seems to get better and better. It is certainly inspiring and motivating and I thank you all for contributing. I am in awe of a lot of your work. I'm soon off for a six week trip to Southern Africa where I'll be out of wifi range and I'm not taking a laptop, so I'll be awol from the site until April.

    But I'll be back for a further dose of inspiration!

    Warmest regards to all,
    Bill

    Wishing you a safe and successful trip!!
    Looking forward to April!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Darr , that is just stunning .
    Thank you Jürgen!
    Made with Hasselblad 100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
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    I'm a huge admirer of your work. You have such precise compositions with very intricate line and color interplay that's not obvious at a first glance and you're very consistent. Every photo you post maintains a very high level of mastery and artistry.
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    Another cold day at Pemaquid Point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dj may View Post
    Since I do not have a cat, I photographed a sunrise.
    +1. I have a cat (actually more than one). And I photograph both sunrises and sunsets. Without apology. This one was taken while I was out shooting the San Francisco skyline, and I happened to turn around and look behind me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    This thread seems to get better and better. It is certainly inspiring and motivating and I thank you all for contributing. I am in awe of a lot of your work. I'm soon off for a six week trip to Southern Africa where I'll be out of wifi range and I'm not taking a laptop, so I'll be awol from the site until April.

    But I'll be back for a further dose of inspiration!

    Warmest regards to all,
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    Looking in the opposite direction from my previous post...

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    Congrats!
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    This picture is outstanding.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Darr,

    Congrats!
    You are a true artist.
    This picture is outstanding.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    I always enjoy your work!!

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    Matterhorn Moonlight Sonata. Behind the scenes working in the cold https://djessemay.com/news-articles/...ht-sonata.html


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    Have zero idea what the name of this flower is, but I thought it could make a a decent composition
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Hurst View Post
    That's a 'Warship' running on the Western Region... Could that be Dainton Tunnel?

    Not a shot anyone would dare attempt these days!
    Ed, I think it was Rattery. Not sure after 60-odd years, but not Dainton which had no trees but a cutting at the "UP" end.
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    Three image pano with X1D and XCD 135mm XCD lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abstraction View Post
    I'm a huge admirer of your work. You have such precise compositions with very intricate line and color interplay that's not obvious at a first glance and you're very consistent. Every photo you post maintains a very high level of mastery and artistry.
    Thanks a lot Abstraction! Very kind to say so!

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    Handheld at 1/8th, pretty steady hands (iso3200)


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    Marland


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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Early on the morning of February 17th the moon passed in front of Mars, completely covering it for about 75 minutes. It was positioned very low on the horizon (not good for photography) and was partially veiled by thin high clouds (also not good for photography). However I did capture Mars through the clouds just before it disappeared and again in clearer skies as it reappeared.

    Phase One IQ4150, Cambo body with Canon adapter, Sky Watcher Quattro 8 inch Newtonian reflector telescope on a Celestron A-VX mount.
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    Perfection




    Hasselblad 501CM + 80/2.8 CF + CFV-50c (x3 stitched)

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    A weekend trip to a botanical garden is always a good excuse to bring a camera.

    X1D II 50C + XCD 45 + CPL

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    I spent this long weekend searching for a particular hidden abandoned homestead in eastern Oregon and ended up shooting 20 images but basically skunked in my endeavour. So, on the way home, I did some scouting and found this consolation prize.

    Needs some editing for print later but it seemed worth a share.

    GFX100, 100-200mm

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Evening walk - just another summer thunderstorm coming in from the SouthEast - caused a bit of mayhem last night





    and just another bloke watching it come in..





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