That shot was done with the SEL 16/2.8 and WAA. I think you can't go wrong with that lens.I believe if the space between the columns on the right would not show the trees, it would look washed out.Thanks for commenting.
prodesma: Wondering if this could be your Hexanon 40/1.4 lens? Beautiful rendering of colors.
Yes, you are correct.
Interesting. The Nissin announcement from February this year mentioned at SLP of $ 250.00
Andrew Booth: Sigma's turnover last year was 33 billion yen - $320 million
This shouldn't concern them too much.
if their net profit was 10% of turnover, then this fine amounts to approx. 50% of their profit. Most certainly of great concern.
The picture shows a ceramic plaque used as heat reflector in a gas space heaters such as those found in many places like hockey rinks, etc.
RuthC: The substate from an exhaust catalyst, (according to my son who knows everything!)
Well, your son missed this one. But as far as material of construction is concerned, he came close.
RuthC: A hair curler or hair roller?
No. Nothing for personal use.
Images by Kipper: What we refer to as a ‘J-Cloth’, for dusting and cleaning around the home.
no cloth of any kind
even further off
RuthC: A silicone mat for standing hot pans or dishes?
very far off
purelightglow: waxy looking honeycomb like something that is very exciting to look at for some who's minds react to those patterns
wow, I did not think that this would wind up in mind altering patterns. Just kidding!
Arnie C Rose: aif filter for a furnace.
Sorry, far off
BonsaiZG: foil shaver?????
I have no idea what a foil shaver is. But this is not that. Its not made out of metal.
scooper1: Metal support structure for air or oil filter
Insidethebeltway: metal coffee filter
CabSav: cheese grater
not for food processing
Memol: It's made of metal
Tim A2: Rubber foam, probably latex
not even close. This is hard stuff