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    I fished a remote mountain pond with some new friends tonight. It's the tail end of a Drake hatch. Drakes are enormous aquatic insects that hatch on these cold water ponds in July. The trout love them and it makes for some terrific fishing. Since I fish as much (or more) than I take photos on these trips, I don't have any shots of the insects. But here's one of the grandson of my new friend. His name is Tyler, learning to flyfish at 5 y.o., and at this very moment, enjoying a cookie.

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    Hello TRSmith,
    Great expression on Tyler! He must have enjoyed both flyfishing and eating his cookies! All the best, Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. A Filipino Rock Band called "The Zoo" during their Asian Tour. Nikon D300 + AF Nikkor 18-200 VR Lens. Thanks for looking. Leica 77


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    Wonderful Image, AlexLF! Here I post a couple of images recorded at the end of the day. Nikon D300 + AF Nikkor 18-200mm VR Lens. Thanks for looking. Leica 77
    Thank you, L77! I like the first one! Very good one!

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    Beautiful shot, Alex.
    Thank you, Lloyd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    Here's my first posted shot with my new D700 and the Zeiss 35mm f2 lens (at f2, of course). I'm in love!

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    WOW! This is very beautifully done still life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    Thank you, L77! I like the first one! Very good one!
    Many thanks for your positive feedback! As I mentioned, at the end of the day, I am grateful to talented digital image enthusiasts on this Forum such as yourself, viablex1, Lloyd, Jorgen,TRSmith, Cindy Flood, TEBnewyork, Stuart Richardson, and others who have given me much encouragement. All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I fished a remote mountain pond with some new friends tonight. It's the tail end of a Drake hatch. Drakes are enormous aquatic insects that hatch on these cold water ponds in July. The trout love them and it makes for some terrific fishing. Since I fish as much (or more) than I take photos on these trips, I don't have any shots of the insects. But here's one of the grandson of my new friend. His name is Tyler, learning to flyfish at 5 y.o., and at this very moment, enjoying a cookie.
    Nice moment. Beautiful light here too.

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. A Filipino Rock Band called "The Zoo" during their Asian Tour. Nikon D300 + AF Nikkor 18-200 VR Lens. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

    That background, and the striped shirt of the singer on the right make an interesting combination. Very nice; excellent processing as well.

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    Thanks Lloyd and L77.

    And L77, nice job capturing all players with a decent expression! Nothing like live music!

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    Many thanks Lloyd and TRSmith,
    Your words of encouragement are always very much appreciated. Best regards, Leica 77

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    leica77 ftw!!


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    I think I'd rather live in Viablex's bridge world than here:

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    where is this?? man you have to go inside looks cool!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    where is this?? man you have to go inside looks cool!!!
    ... especially if you like serial killers hideouts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    I think I'd rather live in Viablex's bridge world than here:
    Hello TRSmith,
    It has a deep historical and nostalgic feeling about the structure! All the best, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexLF View Post
    WOW! This is very beautifully done still life.
    Alex, thanks for the kind words.

    Ciao,

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    Quote Originally Posted by viablex1 View Post
    leica77 ftw!!

    Hello Senior Forum Member viablex1,
    It is a beautiful bridge. I just read that Eiffel who designed the famous landmark in Paris also designed a bridge in the capital of French Indochina around 1903. The bridge you recorded reminded me of the classic bridge design by Eiffel. All the best, Leica 77

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    where is this?? man you have to go inside looks cool!!!
    Ha! I thought it might appeal to you. It's right here in my small town. An older gentleman still lives there. Hank is his name and he's a decorated veteran. Unfortunately, he's been in decline for the past few years and his ramshackle house is evidence of just that. Still, he's happy to chew your ear off at the cafe nearby, and has some remarkable stories. Someday I hope to be invited inside.

    Thanks!
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    Hello Senior Forum Member viablex1,
    It is a beautiful bridge. I just read that Eiffel who designed the famous landmark in Paris also designed a bridge in the capital of French Indochina around 1903. The bridge you recorded reminded me of the classic bridge design by Eiffel. All the best, Leica 77
    Eiffel did indeed build a bridge in Indochina, Long Bien Bridge over the Red River in Hanoi to be more precise (Saigon was actually the French capital of Indochina at the time). It's nearly two kilometers long, and an engineering masterpiece. Being the only bridge over the river at that time, and an important connection to Ha Long Bay and the sea, it was bombed extensively during the Vietnam war, but rebuild again every time. That says something about Gustave Eiffel's skills as an engineer.

    Here's one of the bridge on a typical Hanoi winter morning:



    And a view from the bridge to the island mid-river:



    Slightly off-topic, since they are both taken with an Olympus E-1 with an OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Eiffel did indeed build a bridge in Indochina, Long Bien Bridge over the Red River in Hanoi to be more precise (Saigon was actually the French capital of Indochina at the time). It's nearly two kilometers long, and an engineering masterpiece. Being the only bridge over the river at that time, and an important connection to Ha Long Bay and the sea, it was bombed extensively during the Vietnam war, but rebuild again every time. That says something about Gustave Eiffel's skills as an engineer.

    Here's one of the bridge on a typical Hanoi winter morning:



    And a view from the bridge to the island mid-river:



    Slightly off-topic, since they are both taken with an Olympus E-1 with an OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8
    Hello "Professor" Jorgen,

    Many thanks for the informative lesson in history and architecture regarding the legacy of Gustave Eiffel in French Indochina. Your image of the robust Long Bien Bridge over the Red River in Hanoi is phenomenal. The second image is equally delightful showing the landscape in Hanoi. Having been to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, I could relate to the similarities in steal construction and design as seen in both of these wonderful monumental structures by Eiffel. One of these days, I hope to visit Hanoi and Saigon. I enjoyed your digital images and the captions. All the best, Leica 77

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    Thank you for your kind words, L77. Many years ago, a friend of mine returned from a vacation in Portugal, where he had been touring the northern part of the country. Among the photos he had taken, many were of bridges over the deep valleys in that part of the country. My first comment, seeing the bridges, was something like: "But they all look like the Eiffel Tower". We obviously had to check, and our suspicion was confirmed: Mr. Eiffel had toured Portugal as well, not as a tourist, but as a bridge builder.

    Being an admirer of 19th and early 20th century technology, I've had a journey to that part of the world on my list for more than 30 years now, but I'm lazy, and sometimes busy....

    The wine isn't bad in Portugal either, so it should be worth a visit

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    More vintage photos, 2006 this time. Interestingly, my pp skills seem to have improved. I'm getting more out of the photos now than I did back then

    S5 with Tamron 24-135mm @ 135mm and f/6.7


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Eiffel did indeed build a bridge in Indochina, Long Bien Bridge over the Red River in Hanoi to be more precise (Saigon was actually the French capital of Indochina at the time). It's nearly two kilometers long, and an engineering masterpiece. Being the only bridge over the river at that time, and an important connection to Ha Long Bay and the sea, it was bombed extensively during the Vietnam war, but rebuild again every time. That says something about Gustave Eiffel's skills as an engineer.

    Here's one of the bridge on a typical Hanoi winter morning:


    And a view from the bridge to the island mid-river:



    Slightly off-topic, since they are both taken with an Olympus E-1 with an OM Zuiko 100mm f/2.8
    Jorgen, I really appreciate for the second one! It deserves to hang at some photo gallery! The bridge is also good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More vintage photos, 2006 this time. Interestingly, my pp skills seem to have improved. I'm getting more out of the photos now than I did back then

    S5 with Tamron 24-135mm @ 135mm and f/6.7

    Hello Jorgen,
    As you know, in many parts of Asia, women are pretty powerful. The title of your image -- Power Paddler -- appears to be quite appropriate. Excellent shot! Best wishes, Leica 77

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    From the canoe the other night.

    Cheers!
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    From the canoe the other night.

    Cheers!
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    Hello TRSmith,
    The cloud formation in the sky is quite powerful. And yet, the reflection of the cloud on the water seems to be tamed by the gentle waves. It is a beautiful image! Best wishes, Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More vintage photos, 2006 this time. Interestingly, my pp skills seem to have improved. I'm getting more out of the photos now than I did back then

    S5 with Tamron 24-135mm @ 135mm and f/6.7

    Really wonderful images you've been posting lately Jorgen. I love the processing on this one in particular.

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    Ha! I thought it might appeal to you. It's right here in my small town. An older gentleman still lives there. Hank is his name and he's a decorated veteran. Unfortunately, he's been in decline for the past few years and his ramshackle house is evidence of just that. Still, he's happy to chew your ear off at the cafe nearby, and has some remarkable stories. Someday I hope to be invited inside.

    Thanks!
    Tim
    So my joke fell dead flat considering the fine gentleman living there... my apologies.

    Having said that it was quite not related to the picture but more to Viablex verocious apetite to all buildings that would be regarded as potential danger by most of us. Despite his uncanny ability to render them with lifelike colors, and soul, one keep wondering what or who they could encounter in such abandon places...

    A take of an abandonned house in my own neighborhood, under the gentle evening sun:


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    So my joke fell dead flat considering the fine gentleman living there... my apologies.
    No problem at all. I think it's a pretty spooky place too. Until I met the man, I harbored my own suspicions. Just goes to show you, one can't be too quick to judge.

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    No problem at all. I think it's a pretty spooky place too. Until I met the man, I harbored my own suspicions. Just goes to show you, one can't be too quick to judge.

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    Tim,
    a true lesson that photography helps us remember in time...

    A lot of great pictures in the last pages, Leica77' concert, Simon with the new gear, Tim's waters & skies, Viablex (where's the bridge ?), Jorgen.

    A request to our distinguished asian wanderers : not far from Hanoi, would you have some photos of the Lai CHau area/city ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corlan F. View Post
    So my joke fell dead flat considering the fine gentleman living there... my apologies.

    Having said that it was quite not related to the picture but more to Viablex verocious apetite to all buildings that would be regarded as potential danger by most of us. Despite his uncanny ability to render them with lifelike colors, and soul, one keep wondering what or who they could encounter in such abandon places...

    A take of an abandonned house in my own neighborhood, under the gentle evening sun:

    Hello Corlan F.,
    The nicely laid red bricks soak up the afternoon sun. It seems there is still life left there ... Best regards, Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 50mm f1.4. Aperture @f2.0. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Very energetic colors L77! Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Very energetic colors L77! Beautiful!
    Hello TRSmith,
    Many thanks for your positive feedback. As always, your kind comments are much appreciated. Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 50mm f1.4. Aperture @f2.0. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    Very, very nice! Love that creamy bokeh.

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    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your positive comments. Glad you also like the bokeh. As always, your words of encouragement are very much appreciated. Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    More vintage photos, 2006 this time. Interestingly, my pp skills seem to have improved. I'm getting more out of the photos now than I did back then
    It has a lot of film qualities to it, nice pp!

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    Just messing around in the oldies bin... cars are a similar vintage and while they no doubt were separated by a big price difference at the time, both of these ragtops look pretty nice to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Just messing around in the oldies bin... cars are a similar vintage and while they no doubt were separated by a big price difference at the time, both of these ragtops look pretty nice to me.
    Hello TRSmith,
    These are beautiful steering wheels of vintage automobiles. For classic auto enthusiasts, there aren't too many other things that are more beautiful than classic cars! Very nice shots. Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Just messing around in the oldies bin... cars are a similar vintage and while they no doubt were separated by a big price difference at the time, both of these ragtops look pretty nice to me.
    Way cool! Love 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    Just messing around in the oldies bin... cars are a similar vintage and while they no doubt were separated by a big price difference at the time, both of these ragtops look pretty nice to me.
    These are awesome, Tim. Those were the days, eh?

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 300mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77


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    Leica77 - your flowers are altogether forceful and gentle. Among your best here IMO.

    Tim - feeling like cruisin' on an early summer night...

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. Two More Images. AF Nikkor 300mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77





    Many thanks for your kind comments, Corlan F. Leica 77

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    Even More Fun Pictures with Nikon. AF Nikkor 300mm. Thank you for looking. Leica 77

    This, and the other two... WOW!!!

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    Hello Lloyd,
    Many thanks for your positive feedback. Your kind words are like music to my eyes and ears. Some people like vintage automobiles. I love fast airplanes. All the best, Leica 77

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    Wicked nice Leica77! I love the sense of speed. Maybe in another life I'll get to fly one of those.

    p.s. Thanks to everyone for the comments on the old cars. I think the testosterone level just took a sharp climb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRSmith View Post
    p.s. Thanks to everyone for the comments on the old cars. I think the testosterone level just took a sharp climb.
    Too True!!

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    C'mon, guys. Photography's a serious business.





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