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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

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    . . . . . if it will get you out more I will pray for wind, and look forward to seeing the results!
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    Talk, talk, talk ... I'd rather shoot ...

    Some from the Amsterdam NDSM area.



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Bart,

    Any history about that submarine? When I saw your image it made me think of the great movie Das Boot.

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    Hi there Tom,

    certainly not Das Boot but a submarine nonetheless.
    Build in 1956 in Riga this is a Russian Zulu-class sub 90 mtr long.
    Often referred to as a B-80 'Foxtrot' but that seems to be wrong, Foxtrots date from a later periode after the Zulus.
    Came to Holland in 1991 and in 2002 bought by an architect who took it to Amsterdam for presentations. Apparently not to much success.
    Now it's owned by a Turkish company who are desperate to sell it.

    Interested ?


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    Nr.31 and Nr.42



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    Re: Fun with the Pentax K5

    Thanks Bart; although, I was hoping for a more interesting history.

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    K5-IIs handheld with bellow and old Pentax M 100mm f2.8.



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    Thanks Bart; although, I was hoping for a more interesting history.
    Sorry Tom ...



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    K5-IIs handheld with bellow and old Pentax M 100mm f2.8.
    Hi Trygve,

    I'd like to see that contraption !

    TIA

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    Hi Trygve,

    I'd like to see that contraption !

    TIA

    Kind regards.




    Trygve ;-)
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    Indeed quite a contraption to hand held, Trygve
    Thank you for showing this.

    All the very best.
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    cactus blooming





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    Struck by the Number 3 ~ Green Lake, Green Lake Crew & Sailing Dock Area, Green Lake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Sip, Ship, & Shop ~ Expresso Coffee ~ Phinney Ridge Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    R.E.M. island, build in Cork - Ireland. Former commercial tv station and observatory at the north sea, now in use as a restaurant in the Amsterdam harbour (Het IJ).

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    USS Essex (LHD 2, U.S. Navy) stretches 844 feet in length & USS Chancellorsville (CG 62, U.S. Navy) 567 feet in Length are part of the Seafair Fleet Week and today's parade into the Port of Seattle



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    When Day turns to Night ~ View of St Marks Cathedral in the North Capitol Hill Neighborhood above the Lake Union Shipyard in the Eastlake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Blue Angels Flyby during practice run with rain clouds and Mt. Rainer in view, 10th Floor of the Ninth & Jefferson Bulding, First Hill Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Foss Tug Boat and Barge about to pass under the Ballard Bridge, Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, WA



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    R.E.M. island, build in Cork - Ireland. Former commercial tv station and observatory at the north sea, now in use as a restaurant in the Amsterdam harbour (Het IJ).

    Interesting restaurant Bart; I'd advise moderation in wine consumption with dinner before attempting the stairs.


    The blue signs: One clearly indicates a source of water; the other ?

    Tom

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    Mystery Bay at the Northlake Shipyard, N Northlake Way, Wallingford Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Foss Tugboat Wasp with Foss 300 Crane Barge moving inbound in the Large Lock, Hiram M. Chittenden Locks (Ballard Locks), Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Interesting restaurant Bart; I'd advise moderation in wine consumption with dinner before attempting the stairs.
    Tom, I'm sure there's an elevator for such rare occasions

    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    The blue signs: One clearly indicates a source of water; the other ?

    Tom
    It's my guess it indicates to shippers were they can offload there cars.
    As you can see in the crop it's a concrete pier specially designed for that purpose.
    Though it beats me were to find the water tap.

    Kind regards.

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    In my imagination the owner has all the toys, a Pram for Crabbing, Cutter Rigged Sailboat for Cruising, & a fishing vessel to take friends out fishing, and all docked outside the house ~ Lake Washington Ship Canal, Ballard Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Old Tree ~ Industrial Area of the Georgetown Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    К5, FA77 at 1,8
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    One from today in northern Norway. Bø in Vesterålen.
    Petantax K5-IIs with DA15mm

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    K5IIs with DA21mm







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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Foss Tug Boat and Barge about to pass under the Ballard Bridge, Lake Washington Ship Canal, Seattle, WA



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    Dan,

    Nice, you're fortunate to live in such a wonderful area. I've been to Seattle enough to know that Fred Meyers is a grocery store; Larry's was my favorite. We always stopped there on our way to the N. Cascades.

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    Sand sculpture

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    didn't float ...

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    Looking at the tires, doesn't roll either.
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    Hi all!
    beautiful photos!
    I have a photo I would like to show you. I took it during final of Tour the Pologne in Krakow on Main square. I have sit 100m from straight from start ramp and shoot pictures. Mostly with Tokina 500m f/8 lens and DA*60-250.
    Bikers run about 40-50km/h it was fun to follow them with manual focus.
    My favorite with Tokina 500 f/8:


    full reportage: here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanakamura View Post
    Hi all!
    beautiful photos!
    I have a photo I would like to show you. I took it during final of Tour the Pologne in Krakow on Main square. I have sit 100m from straight from start ramp and shoot pictures. Mostly with Tokina 500m f/8 lens and DA*60-250.
    Bikers run about 40-50km/h it was fun to follow them with manual focus.
    My favorite with Tokina 500 f/8:
    I really like the reflection in the goggles.
    Last edited by tsjanik; 22nd August 2014 at 05:25. Reason: typo
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    What in the world are you goggling at, Tom ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Dan,

    Nice, you're fortunate to live in such a wonderful area. I've been to Seattle enough to know that Fred Meyers is a grocery store; Larry's was my favorite. We always stopped there on our way to the N. Cascades.

    Tom
    Tom if you are ever passing through and have time for a quick walk about send a long an email, would be happy to meet up with you.

    Where in the North Cascades to do you hang out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    What in the world are you goggling at, Tom ?


    Kind regards.
    Fixed it, thanks Bart. I have been spending too much time on the internet, googling and goggling . Interesting that both google and goggle describe something that helps you "see".

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    Quote Originally Posted by seakayaker View Post
    Tom if you are ever passing through and have time for a quick walk about send a long an email, would be happy to meet up with you.

    Where in the North Cascades to do you hang out?
    Dan:

    Thanks I will. It's been quite a few years since my wife and I were in the Cascades. We have a number of favorite hikes (Park Butte, Sahale Arm, Hidden Lake, Lake Ann (both), etc.). The one constant is the night before flying out of Seattle, we would stay at Rockport State Park. Just a lovely place with good showers.

    Some very old shots that I happen to have on this computer; not with a K5, but a Pentax LX, so I guess it's OK.
    Two from a spectacular thunderstorm and rainbow above Lake Ann, Park Butte, Hidden Lake and Sahale.

    Tom

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    New house.


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    Away for awhile on vacation and then just too much on the plate when I got home to keep us, August is over and back to catching up with the images I have been take over the past couple of weeks.

    8/15 - Floating Homes ~ Fisherman's Wharf, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia



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    8/17 ~ Sailboat at Mooring, Cordova Bay, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada



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    09/10/2014 ~ Morning Marine Layer ~ Elliott Bay, Seattle, WA



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    09/11/2014 ~ Early Morning Moon over Elliot Bay & Downtown as viewed from the First Hill Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    09/07/2014 ~ Huskies Fans at Mooring in the Morning the Day After Game ~ at Entrance of Montlake Cut in Union Bay, Montlake Neighborhood, Seattle, WA



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    Quote Originally Posted by VladimirYo View Post

    What lens did you use for these photos? The second one is special. Is this the FA 77?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    What lens did you use for these photos? The second one is special. Is this the FA 77?
    yes this is FA77 f=4,5 iso=400. The sun going down. End of the day.

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    re-enactor
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    [QUOTE=VladimirYo;601652re-enactor
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    Nice rendering.

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