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    Deco Japan ~ SAM Asian Art Museum ~ Volunteer Park ~ Capital Hill Neighborhood ~ Seattle, WA



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    Walk in the Rain ~ Volunteer Park ~ Capital Hill Neighborhood ~ Seattle, WA



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    Walk in the Rain ~ Volunteer Park ~ Capital Hill Neighborhood ~ Seattle, WA



    Pentax K5IIs ~ SMC Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM ~ ISO 400 ~ 1/100 ~ f2.8

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    Walk in the Rain ~ Volunteer Park ~ Capital Hill Neighborhood ~ Seattle, WA



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    Flying Crow in the Ship Canal, Queen Anne Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Costal Trader waiting to Pass through the Large Lock at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Water over the Spill Gates at Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Skye Belltown ~ View from Denny Way ~ Seattle, WA



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Gas Works Park & Lake Union, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    What a cool looking structure; it's looks to be from a Flash Gordon movie (I assume you're old enough). What are gas works? Natural gas ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    What a cool looking structure; it's looks to be from a Flash Gordon movie (I assume you're old enough). What are gas works? Natural gas ?
    A child of the 50's/60's and I am familiar with Flash Gordon. My how far we have come with special effects!

    Gas works was a working plant that illuminated the city and surrounding towns for fifty years. It was in operation from 1906 to 1956. More can be read about the history here. The gas was extracted from coal.

    ....and here.

    On the shores of Lake Union opposite downtown Seattle, Gas Works Park was built on the location of a former coal gasification plant. The 19-acre site was acquired by the City for parkland in 1965. Opened to the public ten years later, the park, with its Great Earth Mound summit (constructed from on-site excavated material), was designed for passive uses such as strolling or flying a kite, and community gatherings at various scales. The site offers unrivaled panoramic views of the lake and downtown skyline. The park’s designer, landscape architect Richard Haag, has described his work there as “thinning the forest,” a reflection of how he edited the conglomeration of industrial towers, stacks, pipes, and sheds. A central feature, the boiler house, was converted to a picnic shelter complete with tables and fire grills, while a former exhauster-compressor building was transformed into an open-air play barn, housing a maze of brightly painted machinery for children. This groundbreaking project has been celebrated for its ability to garner public support and shift public perceptions of post-industrial landscapes. It is considered revolutionary for its reclamation of polluted soils using the natural processes of bioremediation. Gas Works Park was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

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    Thanks Dan; a fascinating history. Too bad other cities haven't done something similar. Buffalo, NY could have saved some of the structures from the massive Bethlehem Steel plant. Oh well, at least they've saved most of the old grain elevators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thanks Dan; a fascinating history. Too bad other cities haven't done something similar. Buffalo, NY could have saved some of the structures from the massive Bethlehem Steel plant. Oh well, at least they've saved most of the old grain elevators.

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    Tom, if you get the chance come out and visit our fair city, plenty of interesting places to visit and a wealth of natural beauty. Originally from Boston and moved out here in '96 and have enjoyed it enough that I have stayed.

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    After a long week and day at work I did not feel like going out so a walk around the garden for a few images. (All taken with the K5IIs with the SMC Pentax DA* 55mm F1.4 SDM lens.)


    Rhododendron



    Dogwood



    Coleus



    Japanese Maple



    The Rose

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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Very nice Dan. I know I've mentioned the bokeh of your 55mm before, but I'll say it once more: really nice bokeh on that lens.

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    From historic reconstruction of 1914





















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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Very nice Dan. I know I've mentioned the bokeh of your 55mm before, but I'll say it once more: really nice bokeh on that lens.

    Tom

    The first two lens I bought were the the 77/1.8 and 31/1.8. I then bought the 55/1.4 because of it weather resistence (WR) rating and really enjoy the lens. The bokeh is wonderful and is an additional bonus.

    I have just purchased the D FA 100mm F2.8 WR Macro to have a longer reach, Macro capability, and the (WR) rating. I like to feel comfortable in the mist in rain and not have any excuse not to be outside with a camera.

    With a lot of folks leaning to the Sony and Fuji cameras, I find myself leaning towards a K3 with the hopes that Ricoh will produce a Pentax full frame camera in the near future.

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    Dan the Seakayaker,

    I always look forward to your snaps from Seattle and the perambulations around your garden and the parks.

    Great stuff.

    Many thanks.

    Gandolfi.
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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    .......With a lot of folks leaning to the Sony and Fuji cameras, I find myself leaning towards a K3 with the hopes that Ricoh will produce a Pentax full frame camera in the near future.
    Lots of us would like to see a full frame Pentax, but Pentax painted themselves into a corner when they stopped production of the FA lenses and switched to DA. So I fear it may be sometime before the full frame body appears, where they would have to compete head on with Canon, Nikon and Sony. Pentax also offers the 645D/Z as a better alternative to full frame.

    Tom

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    If I see IQ between 5dIII and Pentax K5IIs I am not that sure I really would need a ff Pentax.
    What I would wish for are 1 or 2 more faster primes for the K5/K3 with a traditional focal length/FOV.
    Specially a fast high quality 35mm equivalent lens, and a fast 50mm equivalent lens. And some lenses with faster AF.

    On the other side there is no other brand which offer such nice, small, solid build primes like the Pentax ltd. lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Dan the Seakayaker,

    I always look forward to your snaps from Seattle and the perambulations around your garden and the parks.

    Great stuff.

    Many thanks.

    Gandolfi.
    Thank you for your kind words, they are appreciated!

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Lots of us would like to see a full frame Pentax, but Pentax painted themselves into a corner when they stopped production of the FA lenses and switched to DA. So I fear it may be sometime before the full frame body appears, where they would have to compete head on with Canon, Nikon and Sony. Pentax also offers the 645D/Z as a better alternative to full frame.

    Tom

    I do hope they make the leap and produce a full frame, if not that is OK. I have the M9 to fall back on for the time being. Some where alone the line I read the M9 was good for about 150,000 images, that would mean I still may have a lot of life left in this full frame camera, perhaps a lifetime.

    The 645D/Z is a very attractive option, but one that I do not see myself being able to make that kind of investment of $7000.00 (D) / $8500.00 (Z) plus lenses.

    I am very happy with the K5IIs and would be very happy to own a K3. The K3 wold be a good fit since I have the lenses and it is a very reasonable priced camera.

    Just need to practice a little patience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    If I see IQ between 5dIII and Pentax K5IIs I am not that sure I really would need a ff Pentax.
    What I would wish for are 1 or 2 more faster primes for the K5/K3 with a traditional focal length/FOV.
    Specially a fast high quality 35mm equivalent lens, and a fast 50mm equivalent lens. And some lenses with faster AF.

    On the other side there is no other brand which offer such nice, small, solid build primes like the Pentax ltd. lenses.
    I agree with you regarding the lenses.

    I would love to see a fast wide 21 to 25mm FF to go with your request for a fast high quality 35mm equivalent lens.

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    K5IIs and 20-40 Ltd.





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    Mount Rainer from Greenwood Ave N & N 75th St., Phinney Ridge Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    It's all Greek to Me @ Yannis on Greenwood Ave N, Phinney Ridge Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Pretty sharp but the OOF area seems a bit nervous to me, Dan.
    But I'd like to see what this lens is supposedly designed for ...

    Kind regards.
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    Irises at the Waters Edge, Gas Works Park, Lake Union, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Block of Wood at the Waters Edge, Gas Works Park, Lake Union, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    As seen from the IJdijk / Schellingwoude (north of Amsterdam)


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    View from 9th Floor ~ Ninth & Jefferson Building ~ Harborview Medical Center ~ First Hill Neighborhood ~ Seattle, WA









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    Walking along the 'Spiegelplas' Ankeveen (with some more to come)







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    Fishermen & the Blue Heron, Green Lake, Green Lake Crew Dock Area, Green Lake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    The Blue Heron would move in each time one of the fisherman landed a fish. They would move their arms and get the Heron to back off, eventually they through him a fish which he took down whole in in a few seconds. Amazing hunters and eaters, the heron must have had a nest close by since it was being extremely aggressive in wanting to get some food.



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    Crew Practice 4 Man Boats with Coxswain, Green Lake, Green Lake Crew Dock Area, Green Lake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Crew Practice 4 Man Boats with Coxswain, Green Lake, Green Lake Crew Dock Area, Green Lake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    More from the 'Spiegelplas' Ankeveen - "peeping through the reeds"







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    Trees at Lewis Street Park, Monroe, WA



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    View of Skykomish River from Al Borlin Park, Monroe, WA



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    Wildflower in Al Borlin Park, Monroe WA



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    | ASAHI TAKUMAR 1:2.5 135mm |
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    Remnants of a sewage works: an object I wanted to photograph for a long time.
    Unfortunately I'm too late: previously these tanks were in the middle of a waste land.
    Now they started building houses around it, hence the tight frame.



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    Digitalis at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks) ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Roses at the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks) ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Pink Wildflower at the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks) ~ Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    F/V Bering Sea ~ Inbound Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Deck Hand on the Bering Sea ~ Inbound Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Coiled Line on the Stern of the Bering Sea ~ Inbound Passing Through the Large Lock of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Floating Homes under the George Washington Memorial Bridge (commonly called the Aurora Bridge) where Lake Union meets the Lake Washington Ship Canal in the Fremont & Queen Anne Neighborhoods in Seattle, WA



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    Evening View of George Washington Memorial Bridge (Aurora Bridge) in and Floating Homes on the Queen Anne Side where Lake Union meets the Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, WA



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    Icicle Seafoods Factory Ship Northern Victor being Pushed by the Tugboat Westrac II through the Large Lock, at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA

    A Tugboat forward to pull the 'Norther Victor' along with the and the 'Westrac II' to push filled over 500 ft of the Large Lock. There were also two other tugboats outbound as well in the large lock, the 'Sandra Foss' and the the 'Fury.'



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    View of the 78' 8" Linmar Motor Yacht (built in 1932) and Halcyon Pacific Seacraft Orion 27' Cutter Rig Sailboat docked in Lake Union under the Ship Canal Bridge (I5), in the Eastlake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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