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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    All nice and 'warm' here and no prospect for snow anytime soon, Tom.

    Kind regards.
    Seems N. America has the cold air and Asia and Europe the warm. Recent shot of my wife wondering why I'm so slow.


    20140102_8706 by tsjanik47, on Flickr

    Taken with a K-5 and 40mm, so small that it is easy to carry in a fanny pack. I am resisting the siren's call of the Sony A7r; it seems unlikely I would have been willing to expose it to the moisture the K-5 suffered on this trip.
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    Wow, how I miss cross country skiing. It's been a long time since we had both decent and that kind of snowfall in the back country here, for this sort of activity. Makes me want to jump in the car and head north. Nice shot Tom! Its always good to have at least one small camera that you don't mind taking out in the elements. Too many good shots would otherwise be missed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Seems N. America has the cold air and Asia and Europe the warm. Recent shot of my wife wondering why I'm so slow.

    Taken with a K-5 and 40mm, so small that it is easy to carry in a fanny pack. I am resisting the siren's call of the Sony A7r; it seems unlikely I would have been willing to expose it to the moisture the K-5 suffered on this trip.
    What a lovely image, Tom. A true winter wonderland !

    Kind regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D&A View Post
    Wow, how I miss cross country skiing. It's been a long time since we had both decent and that kind of snowfall in the back country here, for this sort of activity. Makes me want to jump in the car and head north. Nice shot Tom! Its always good to have at least one small camera that you don't mind taking out in the elements. Too many good shots would otherwise be missed.

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    Well Dave you will need to go further north than here. Ten days ago it was
    -6F with a blizzard warning; five days later 52 F with a flood warning and heavy rain. That scene is likely dirty ice with a dusting of snow right now

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    Tom, you had to burst my bubble and here all I could think of was your lovely winter wonderland, all pristine and ready for anyone willing to venture up North. Oh well, winters not over and there is always hope for a "repeat" (and of course more great winter images!)

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    K5 FA43 f=4

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Some winter shots you might enjoy. I was skiing when a very heavy snowfall started; I would estimate 2-3 inches per hour at times. I had a K-5 with a 40mm in a fanny pack with me and took these shots of an old apple tree and a portion of the trail lined by hemlocks. I must say the WR of the K-3 is very effective.

    Tom

    EDIT: It should say the WR of the K-5 is effective - I don't have a K-3 (yet).


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    Tom, you seem to be desperate for a K3 ...
    Bart ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Tom, you seem to be desperate for a K3 ...
    LOL. You're right Bart, another Freudian slip. At least I didn't write A7r.

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    _IGP3366 by tsjanik47, on Flickr
    I like the first one very much

    Here is my winter. Not so gorgeous though. K5 FA 50 1,4 30c f=7 (about)
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    Quote Originally Posted by VladimirYo View Post
    I like the first one very much

    Here is my winter. Not so gorgeous though. K5 FA 50 1,4 30c f=7 (about)
    Maybe not so much a gorgeous winter photograph, but a beautiful night photograph with the long smokestack plumes and starbursts!

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    BC Ferries ~ Passing West Bound between Gallano and Mayne Islands - the Costal Celebration ferry ~ Midway point between Victoria, Vancouver Island and Tsawwassen, British Columbia.



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    Canada geese, waiting for spring.


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    2/3/2014 ~ Hardwick's Hardware Store Sidewalk & Window Display ~ University District Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    West Point Light ~ Discovery Park ~ Magnolia Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    A day of rain, a walk in the park to West Point Light. A day of rain . . . . . .



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    2/23/2014 ~ Field in the Rain, 177th Ave SE, Monroe, WA



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    Vladimir Lenin Statue with Ukraine Colors and a Red Hand ~ Fremont Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    A little history of how the statue landed in Fremont can be found here: Statue of Lenin, Seattle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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    Long and busy day, more of a snap shot day.

    While walking to catch the shuttle bus up to work.

    Morning Sky at 6:54 AM ~ University District ~ Seattle, WA



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    View from the Ship Canal Bridge while riding the shuttle bus at 6:56 AM.

    A quick photograph taken through the bus window, it was an impressive site and the picture does not do it all the justice it deserves. In the foreground is the University of Washington, Husky Stadium Roof, and the UW Medical Center.



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    View of the Inner Harbor of Elliot Bay as seen from the Ninth & Jefferson Building at Harborview Medical Center, First Hill Neigborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Bare Trees ~ Winter at Golden Gardens Beach ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Picnic Area at Golden Gardens Park / Beach ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Walk on the Beach ~ Golden Gardens Park / Beach ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Winter Walk ~ Golden Gardens Park / Beach ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Clouds ~ Golden Gardens Park / Beach ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Blue Heron and BNSF Train at Golden Gardens Beach, Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    First generation K-5 with Mamiya 120mm macro f4.



    The other side



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    Dunkirk, NY harbor. Air temp about 6 F; the water in the harbor is ice-free from the cooling water discharged by a power plant. The harbor becomes a refuge for many gulls and ducks during a cold winter.


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    Wow, what a great thread. Must come here more often. Don't that old Pentax sing! Super duper.

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    From a day of fast moving weather fronts yesterday to clear skies today!



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    Winter over ?
    Pentax K5IIs, Lens Mamiya 645 120mm macro.







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    Spring light, finally! k-5, 40mm.


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    Not sure if I posted these before: some samples of the "Amsterdam School" architecture shot last December.

    Left side of the street


    Right side of the street


    Some corner ...


    Statue of architect Berlage in front of Amsterdam's first "skyscraper" - don't you laugh ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Not sure if I posted these before: some samples of the "Amsterdam School" architecture shot last December.


    Statue of architect Berlage in front of Amsterdam's first "skyscraper" - don't you laugh ...

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    No laughing, 12 stories by my count; impossible before steel structure.

    Around 1920?

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