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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Haines View Post
    Pieter, I have thoroughly enjoyed all of your Norway images, especially the colourful little fishing villages set against the moody monochromatic mountains in the background.
    It does indeed look pretty cold and bleak there, so full marks for going out in a snowstorm to get your images...It was well worth it IMO :-)
    Thanks Barry, appreciate it. More to come from Norway as I have time PP more.

    Here something slightly warmer from close to home

    Blue sleeved field worker


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    Went to Boscastle the other day with Alison (btm left) who wanted to make a few sketches.
    A7RII + ZM 35mm Distagon




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    Holywell Bay II (Silver Toned)
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    Barry, you sure have a knack for capturing the kind of dimensional depth that draws a viewer into your photographs.

    - Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotografz View Post
    Barry, you sure have a knack for capturing the kind of dimensional depth that draws a viewer into your photographs.

    - Marc
    Thank you Marc you are very kind :-)
    I have been photographing Kernow for over 50 years, either in my boyhood as a tourist and now as a retired resident and I never tire of doing so...So many varied landscapes and beautiful beaches here with their long curved sweeping shore lines drawing the viewer in, it honestly makes composing an image a bit of a doddle for anybody ...I feel very fortunate to live in this wonderful corner of England...Thanks again...Barry

    On a side note I thought it gracious of Guy giving up his long A7 series thread and merging it with yours Marc...As Joe said I think this is a good idea in the long run and Seb pushed to make it happen It keeps us together now under a much stronger thread, which I'm sure was your original intention.
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    "all together" (Not altogether, I guess) is a bit too much and divisive. Those who post or a start a thread in the sony forum and keep it alive are not out of it. For that matter, it is just one small site (getdpi, in case folks forget the name. ).

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    We went to a local pub, and I had too many glasses of wine. When we came out, we saw this scene, and although I had a monopod in the car, no time (and cloudy head) to get it set up. Hand held ISO 400, 1/8th sec at f8, hand held with A7RII and Voigtlander 12mm lens. LOVE that in body stabilization, as this image is useable for large prints because of the soft light mist/fog coming in. Thanks for looking
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    Willapark Lookout (Tonemapped) - http://www.britainexpress.com/counti...y-stitches.htm
    On the summit of Willapark is a striking whitewashed lookout tower, decorated like a small fortified castle tower. The tower is now used as a coastguard lookout, but it was originally bult by a 19th century merchant as a 'pleasure house'; a pleasant place to sit and watch the sea.

    It was later leased to the Board of Trade and used by Revenue men to watch for smugglers. When trade restrictions wee lifted and smuggling became less profitable it was converted to serve as a coast guard lookout. It continued as a lookout until the 1970s when it was purchased by the National Trust. Since 2002 it has been leased to the National Coastwatch Institute, and a group of volunteers keep a lookout along the rocky coast below.

    It is just as well that they do keep watch, for this area of the Cornish coast has a reputation for being hazardous to shipping. The bay immediately below the southern cliffs of Willapark is known as Western Blackapit, and was a notorious spot for shipwrecks.

    One of the worst tragedies struck in 1843 when the Jessie Logan ran aground on the rocks, killing all the crew. The cargo washed ashore, and the impoverished locals descended en masse to gather what they could. Customs officers and coast guards tried to defend the cargo from the locals, but large quantities of cotton, sugar, and rice was carried off. The ringleaders were captured and sentenced to a year of hard labour.





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    Yellow Umbrellas.
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    What would Ansel Adams say about a sharp pair of glasses with a fuzzy background


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    A7RII, 12mm Voigtlander, f8 1/8th sec hand held, ISO 400.
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    a6000 & 18-55mm

    ......Spring evening at the farm pond.
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    Clouds.

    A7Rii, Zony 16-35mm at f/8.0, 1/400 sec, ISO 200.
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    'aid to navigation' - a7rII / FE 90

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    Gull Rocks - A7RII + CV12E





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    Boscastle Harbour entrance - A7RII + Loxia 21mm Distagon





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    Great work Barry, you make the best of the beautiful scenery you live in.


    A few more from (far) up North in Norway:

    Nyksund

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    On the way to Harstad

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    Good Friday afternoon at the 'Compasses Inn' in darkest Essex.......Traction engines, steam cars, fairground organ music, rare ales and stouts, wierd locals, shepherds pie with chips, baffled German tourists, dogs and kids and much much more!...what more can an English heart ask for?









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    Went to Iceland to see the nothern lights with my wife and check a bucket list item off, and got very lucky the first night. It was cloudy every other night the rest of the week but at least we got to see them! The A7RII may not be the best long exposure/astro/night camera on the planet, but it can still deliver. A7RII, Batis 18mm, I think ISO 1000 for 15 seconds.
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    One of my favorite places to see...the glacier lagoon in Iceland. Got lucky with a clear day one day. Here's a 3 image handheld stitch, ISO 200, 1/800th, 55mm fe1.8, A7RII. The A7R/A7RII and 55mm combo is killer for panoramic stitching. Native image is ~74 MP and the detail is astounding. The A7RII also had zero problem with the challenging lighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdeveau View Post
    One of my favorite places to see...the glacier lagoon in Iceland. Got lucky with a clear day one day. Here's a 3 image handheld stitch, ISO 200, 1/800th, 55mm fe1.8, A7RII. The A7R/A7RII and 55mm combo is killer for panoramic stitching. Native image is ~74 MP and the detail is astounding. The A7RII also had zero problem with the challenging lighting.
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    Great shot and I agree that is a killer combo (and my most frequently used combo) for stitching.
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    A warped view of the old Middelburg skyline, reflected in the modern courthouse


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    Fishing boats in the Flesnes harbour (Norway)


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    I would like to ask the attention of my old friends from the Sony department for my upcoming book Opale et Albâtre.
    (To my own surprise I found myself to be Pentaxian )
    A book about the eponymous coastlines of Picardy and Normandy. A photographic journey from north to south from Berk to Le Havre.

    The book will be published by 99 Publishers.
    http://www.99uitgevers.nl
    Hardcover, 256 pages and 190 photographs. Text in French, Dutch and English.Maps with QR codes included, for exact photo locations.

    I started a crowdfunding campaign for it and you can find all information on the following link. All is going well, only 5 days more to go and 90% of the money has been raised!
    The book launch with exhibition will be on the 7th of juli in WG kunst in Amsterdam.

    Whenever anyone of you would like to purchase a signed copy, Peter/pegelli did already , of the book go to the following link and obtain for the € 50,--option.
    I will send it all over the globe for € 10,-- for my FB and getdpi friends.

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    Awesome! Good luck, my friend!

    You are almost there with the crowd funding!

    (I will pick my copy in person.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    The book launch with exhibition will be on the 7th of juli in WG kunst inAmsterdam.
    Fantastic Michiel, I can't come to Amsterdam July 8 or 9 (the weekend is fully booked), but Friday the 7th is possible for me to attend the exhibition and pick up the book in person! Looking forward to it
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    Flower image from last summer, taken with the Sony 35mm Distagon @ F1.4




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    Casa Blanca, my favorite flower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Fantastic Michiel, I can't come to Amsterdam July 8 or 9 (the weekend is fully booked), but Friday the 7th is possible for me to attend the exhibition and pick up the book in person! Looking forward to it
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    Hi Pieter,

    That would be nice! The book launch will be on friday the 7th of july from 17.00 to 19.00.
    Would be nice to see you there. It will probably be very crowded!

    I am already buying some wine here in France!

    BTW it is in a bigger space just around the corner from where you were before.
    Exact adress etc will follow to all contributers and other who are interested.

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    Looks wonderful Michiel. I've ordered one, but there was no field for a delivery adress. Am I right, that you will contact me for it, when the crowdfunding is successful?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Looks wonderful Michiel. I've ordered one, but there was no field for a delivery adress. Am I right, that you will contact me for it, when the crowdfunding is successful?
    Hi Seb, had the same problem...I sent a PM to Michiel who kindly got back to me :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by seb View Post
    Looks wonderful Michiel. I've ordered one, but there was no field for a delivery adress. Am I right, that you will contact me for it, when the crowdfunding is successful?
    Hello and thank you Seb, I was travelling today from France to Amsterdam. I will send you an email ASAP.
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    Hi Seb, had the same problem...I sent a PM to Michiel who kindly got back to me :-)
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    I participated early, when Michiel shared the info in Facebook a few weeks ago. Hopefully he will be able to get the amount needed. I hold my thumbs, because I really hope to get that book. :-)
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    I assumed they will know my address since I paid with paypal.

    (I did not subscribe or log in)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I assumed they will know my address since I paid with paypal.

    (I did not subscribe or log in)
    If i remember correctly I used PayPal to participate too. But i checked yesterday and found that I hadn't given my address either, so I filled it. Two securities are better than one !
    But if I remember correctly, you said you would pick the book on the spot, so they probably don't need your address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    If i remember correctly I used PayPal to participate too. But i checked yesterday and found that I hadn't given my address either, so I filled it. Two securities are better than one !
    But if I remember correctly, you said you would pick the book on the spot, so they probably don't need your address.
    Hi Annna nice to "see" you.

    Michiel wrote me a Mail today. He receive the mail-adress from voordekunst and asked me for the delivery-adress.
    (I did also not subscribed, logged in and did also not paid an additional 2.5€)
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    Lake Baikal, Siberai. A7r2 w/ Leica 19mm Elmarit-R, WATE and Leica 35-70 Vario-Elmar

    Lake Baikal, located in Sibera is the largest fresh water lake in the world and holds about 20% of the world's freshwater. At just over 1,600m. and 25 million years old it is also the worlds deepest and oldest lake. In winter, the lake is frozen solid and it is this unique landscape I went to photograph. Here are a few images,







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    Two Tuscan sunsets from last year

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    Some more rocks!...Sony 35mm Distagon, Voigtlander 12mm and Zeiss 21mm Distagon















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    Anyone here going to go for one of the new A9 models ?
    I sure won't be.

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    Gunmen


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