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    One from yesterday.

    D3, 28-70/2.8:
    Lloyd: That one's precious. What a look. Great color and framing. Cheers, Matt

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    Bokeh on a boat.
    "Once a propeller"
    Corlan: Very nice. I like the rust/earthen hues in this photo. Maybe not desaturated, but not pumped up either. Smooth. Cheers, Matt

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    Never Leave Home Without It! Cool Grab Jason!
    Jason: +1
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Muelver View Post
    Silk
    Jason: Beautiful! Also, +1 for "Afternoon Prayers".

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    You Reeled Her Right In With That Line Rayyan! Very "Smooth Operating" My Friend & Well Worth The Reaction!
    Rayyan: +1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Alex, thanks. Impressive IQ and details in the train station photos (i should get that body ... or maybe learn to take the technique for architecture shots like this ). That said, how did you manage to get a major train station by daylight (or not) without a soul in the frame?? Layer blending from several takes? Or do you travel with special russian security helpers?
    Seriously, it looks incredible...
    Alex: Great photos! You, that lens, and that camera are great together. That's a good question of Corlan's. Where were the people?

    Cheers, Matt.

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    Cardboard and Foccacia sandwiches. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3s; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/5000s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    2. D3s; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/200s @ f/3.2; ISO 200


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    Matt, thanks. Not desaturated, but you're right there was an unusual "cool" light temp despite the fact that the sun was relatively low on the horizon. Good eye, as usual...

    The cardboard is very nice (with a similar kind of light?). The "reflecting sandwich" is super, and the backround scene is a great moment, and composition in itself. Maybe one day you'll gather all your reflection shots in a gallery... and a exhibition? They'd make a quite nice series.

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    AF?


    Got AF trouble?

    Call 1-800-THEGOOSE




    Then, you can be redirected to the ducks department:

    ext. m-a-l-l-a-r-d









    Be aware though, you won't go unnoticed:







    all with D3X 105VR
    (P.S. for some reason the goose looks sharper before posting. Hmm.)



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    Cardboard and Foccacia sandwiches. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

    1. D3s; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/5000s @ f/2.8; ISO 200


    2. D3s; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/200s @ f/3.2; ISO 200


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    Matt: I like the sandwiches Matt! Now what is the canine doing in the background?

    Once again the master of the ' sights, sounds, and foods ' of Seattle does
    it beautifully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Got AF trouble?

    Call 1-800-THEGOOSE




    Then, you can be redirected to the ducks department:

    ext. m-a-l-l-a-r-d









    Be aware though, you won't go unnoticed:







    all with D3X 105VR
    (P.S. for some reason the goose looks sharper before posting. Hmm.)



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    Corian: Called 1-800-GOOSE. Reached some asian country, the guy thought
    I had gone crazy! I love the last one. beautiful capture and a beautiful
    bird.

    Regards.

    p.s Corian do you sharpen for the screen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Cardboard and Foccacia sandwiches. Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt


    2. D3s; 24-70mm f/2.8; 70mm; 1/200s @ f/3.2; ISO 200


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    Thinking Outside The Box...Excellent!

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    Corlan, Knucklehead,Lucy,Goosey & Maurice Never Looked So Good!

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    Lloyd: That one's precious. What a look. Great color and framing. Cheers, Matt

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    Thanks Matt. Much appreciated.

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    Matt: I like the sandwiches Matt! Now what is the canine doing in the background?

    Once again the master of the ' sights, sounds, and foods ' of Seattle does
    it beautifully.
    Yes. Just as he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corian: Called 1-800-GOOSE. Reached some asian country, the guy thought
    I had gone crazy! I love the last one. beautiful capture and a beautiful
    bird.

    Regards.

    p.s Corian do you sharpen for the screen?
    I thought of callind 1900 GET GOOSED once. But it was $19.00/minute.

    Beautiful creatures. Beautifully captured. +! from here.

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    Mimi, Me and armloads of love. (We rarely have the grandkids all together, as the two boys live in New York, so having them all over on Father's Day was a treat.)

    D3, 28-70/2.8


    (I apologize for my presence, and the potential damage to eyesight and/or brain cells!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mimi, Me and armloads of love. (We rarely have the grandkids all together, as the two boys live in New York, so having them all over on Father's Day was a treat.)

    D3, 28-70/2.8


    (I apologize for my presence, and the potential damage to eyesight and/or brain cells!)
    Lloyd: That is a wonderful wall hanger. I love this one Lloyd.

    As to eyesight/brain cells..don't you worry about those my friend. Mimi and the kids compensate many times over!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd: That is a wonderful wall hanger. I love this one Lloyd.

    As to eyesight/brain cells..don't you worry about those my friend. Mimi and the kids compensate many times over!!
    LOL!!! You're right on there with that last. Only reason I ventured to post this.

    And I'm grateful for your comment. I love it too, and it's already printed, framed and on the wall right next to me.

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    Switzerland...the way we saw it.

    Ayesha paints. She took most of these photos and gave them the effect she wanted. This then is mostly her album.





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    Switzerland...the way we saw it.

    Ayesha paints. She took most of these photos and gave them the effect she wanted. This then is mostly her album.




    Wow!! Gorgeous (and very painterly). These ARE art!!

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    Lloyd, Mimi and grandpa's lil pumpkins! I agree with Rayyan; this is a wall hanger. Lloyd, don't do injustice to your good looks by the way, you're somewhere between Charles Bronson and Brad Pitt, and the charisma of Alain Delon thrown in...
    Yours truly,
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Lloyd, Mimi and grandpa's lil pumpkins! I agree with Rayyan; this is a wall hanger. Lloyd, don't do injustice to your good looks by the way, you're somewhere between Charles Bronson and Brad Pitt, and the charisma of Alain Delon thrown in...
    Yours truly,
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    Ok Sean. I literally laughed right out loud at that one!! Thank you sir... you are far to kind!

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    Wow!! Gorgeous (and very painterly). These ARE art!!
    Lloyd: Thank you Mr. Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mimi, Me and armloads of love. (We rarely have the grandkids all together, as the two boys live in New York, so having them all over on Father's Day was a treat.)

    D3, 28-70/2.8


    (I apologize for my presence, and the potential damage to eyesight and/or brain cells!)
    Heartwarming,Loving,Wonderful Family! Im Seeing Charles Bronson,Patrick Duffy & Alan Thick! Beautiful Group Lloyd!

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    Rayyan, Ayesha Is A True Artist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Corian: Called 1-800-GOOSE. Reached some asian country, the guy thought
    I had gone crazy! I love the last one. beautiful capture and a beautiful
    bird.

    Regards.

    p.s Corian do you sharpen for the screen?
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Corlan, Knucklehead,Lucy,Goosey & Maurice Never Looked So Good!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I thought of callind 1900 GET GOOSED once. But it was $19.00/minute.

    Beautiful creatures. Beautifully captured. +! from here.
    Thanks gentlemen.
    There was a lot of variety in that pond, we had fun.


    Rayyan: sharpening, not really, and not much if any. I reckon that the forum applies some kind of treatment, on some photos you lose a little bit of the "contrast" on focusing after display -and therefore a bit of visual impact). It's much less apparent with smaller apertures or with photos featuring more information on the focal plan. No problem, just surprised sometimes by some variations when posting

    Btw, please convey my kudos to Ayesha. Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Mimi, Me and armloads of love. (We rarely have the grandkids all together, as the two boys live in New York, so having them all over on Father's Day was a treat.)

    (I apologize for my presence, and the potential damage to eyesight and/or brain cells!)
    Wonderful moment, one of true happiness. That's what family -and life- is about.

    For the last part... first you look well-nourished compared to the self-portrait posted a few months ago -you know the one .
    Then, Charlie Bronson for sure, i say with a William Holden touch. Btw Mimi is simply radiating (with a few ressemblances, too).

    Well, put simply, it's perfect.

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    Switzerland...the way we saw it...





    p.s Thank you Mr. Corian. Ur msg was cnvyd.

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    Tried to sneak up on this guy...

    Went into my world famous superstealth mode...


    "Unsuccesful" :




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    Rayyan, it's been a couple of years since i haven't paid Switzerland a visit... your photos make me want to spend some time there, again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Wonderful moment, one of true happiness. That's what family -and life- is about.

    For the last part... first you look well-nourished compared to the self-portrait posted a few months ago -you know the one .
    Then, Charlie Bronson for sure, i say with a William Holden touch. Btw Mimi is simply radiating (with a few ressemblances, too).

    Well, put simply, it's perfect.
    Thank you Corlan. Truly.

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Heartwarming,Loving,Wonderful Family! Im Seeing Charles Bronson,Patrick Duffy & Alan Thick! Beautiful Group Lloyd!
    Thanks Steve. And I feel sorry for those guys if anyone thinks I resemble them. Wouldn't mind their paydays!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Switzerland...the way we saw it...
    I think the Swiss travel council should hire you, they'd be overrun with tourism!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tried to sneak up on this guy...

    Went into my world famous superstealth mode...


    "Unsuccesful" :

    Cool shot, and stunning processing Corlan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Rayyan, Ayesha Is A True Artist!
    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Rayyan, it's been a couple of years since i haven't paid Switzerland a visit... your photos make me want to spend some time there, again!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    I think the Swiss travel council should hire you, they'd be overrun with tourism!!
    Mr. Steve, Mr. Corian, Mr. Lloyd: Thank you all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tried to sneak up on this guy...

    Went into my world famous superstealth mode...


    "Unsuccesful" :

    Corian: Not an easy capture my friend. And as Lloyd said, stunning processing. You did very well here.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Matt, thanks. Not desaturated, but you're right there was an unusual "cool" light temp despite the fact that the sun was relatively low on the horizon. Good eye, as usual...

    The cardboard is very nice (with a similar kind of light?). The "reflecting sandwich" is super, and the backround scene is a great moment, and composition in itself. Maybe one day you'll gather all your reflection shots in a gallery... and a exhibition? They'd make a quite nice series.
    corlan: Thank you, sir! The light on the cardboard was high and directly behind me (noon maybe). Reflections are fun. I've seen some great ones in this forum (most recently, Rayyan's Tram photo in the digital M thread). It would be interesting to see a collection. I think, i'll create a gallery on my Zenfolio site. Thanks for the idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Got AF trouble?
    Call 1-800-THEGOOSE
    Then, you can be redirected to the ducks department:
    ext. m-a-l-l-a-r-d

    Be aware though, you won't go unnoticed:

    all with D3X 105VR
    (P.S. for some reason the goose looks sharper before posting. Hmm.)

    .
    Corlan: Waterfowl portraits. Excellent. Shiny (if you've seen Firefly). This one is my favorite. There does seem to be a watchful (alien?) intelligence in this view.

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Matt: I like the sandwiches Matt! Now what is the canine doing in the background?
    Once again the master of the ' sights, sounds, and foods ' of Seattle does
    it beautifully.
    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Thinking Outside The Box...Excellent!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Yes. Just as he said.
    Rayyan/steve/Lloyd: Gentlemen, thank you!
    Rayyan: It looks like a guide dog?

    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Lloyd: That is a wonderful wall hanger. I love this one Lloyd.
    As to eyesight/brain cells..don't you worry about those my friend. Mimi and the kids compensate many times over!!
    Lloyd: +1,2,3. Now, who took the photo and who bought them those shirts - "Granpa's Lil Punkins".

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Wow!! Gorgeous (and very painterly). These ARE art!!
    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Switzerland...the way we saw it...
    Rayyan: Your wife's photo paintings are very cool!

    Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tried to sneak up on this guy...

    Went into my world famous superstealth mode...


    "Unsuccesful" :



    Duh! That's why they made those $8,000 telephoto lenses

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    ...the way we saw it...the quiet way...the unhurried way..


    Station by SBB


    Stain Glass by Chagal.

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    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...the way we saw it...the quiet way...the unhurried way..
    Station by SBB
    Stain Glass by Chagal.
    Rayyan: Awesome images. You've been everywhere.
    (ps. don't try to google SBB! You might end up with SBB in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. ; instead of Schweizerische Bundesbahnen). Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    Tried to sneak up on this guy...

    Went into my world famous superstealth mode...


    "Unsuccesful" :

    C....Did You Put On Your Big Yellow Tweety Bird Outfit To Get This Look From Your Friend? Strong Contrast,Geometry &" Are You Looking At Stare" From Elroy The Winged Wonder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...the way we saw it...the quiet way...the unhurried way..


    Station by SBB


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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Thanks for looking. Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    ...the way we saw it...the quiet way...the unhurried way..

    Station by SBB


    Stain Glass by Chagal.
    More great shots... more art.

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    Matt, Lloyd, Steve.. Thank you all very much.

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    ...the way we saw it...

    They said St. Moritz was very expensive.

    So we stayed away from the town, by the lake..


    We avoided the crowds and the glitz...did simple things..


    We liked it that way.

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    Cool shot, and stunning processing Corlan!
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    Corian: Not an easy capture my friend. And as Lloyd said, stunning processing. You did very well here.

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    Duh! That's why they made those $8,000 telephoto lenses
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    C....Did You Put On Your Big Yellow Tweety Bird Outfit To Get This Look From Your Friend? Strong Contrast,Geometry &" Are You Looking At Stare" From Elroy The Winged Wonder!
    Thanks gents. I'm not too good with birds, and they invariably spot me. At least that one let me take a snap, probably out of pity.

    Matt, i think you're right. But you should know being the one with the 500mm. Definitely helps with bears, and birds.

    Steve: i see it's inspiring to conjure up a 6' 250lbs tweety bird... certainly a tad more with the outfit.

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    Rayyan, love the church shot and the texture work!

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    Steve: i see it's inspiring to conjure up a 6' 250lbs tweety bird... certainly a tad more with the outfit.
    Corlan, I'll send you a Sixpence to See You In That Outfit....

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    Rayyan, Ayesha Is Painting With A Serene, Beautiful Brush!

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    Rayyan, love the church shot and the texture work!
    Corian: Thank you.

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    Steve: Much appreciated my friend.

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    ...the way we saw it...

    Sometimes we would sit in a park and have our sandwiches...


    Other times, we would find a sidewalk place...


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