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The Everyday Sling might just be the perfect pack for not carrying too much gear, combining comfort with Peak Design's signature modern style.
Running to catch bus is was able to get a quick
snapshot I like the colours.
Long time no posting, but this thread caught my attention!
The city of Mainz, Germany:
Really nice stuff! Spring is here . . . for some. Just warming up into the 50's in New Jersey with some buds poking out here and there. What camera and lens used on these?
Brev00 wrote:Really nice stuff! Spring is here . . . for some. Just warming up into the 50's in New Jersey with some buds poking out here and there. What camera and lens used on these
Here's one more from that spring series
These were taken last year with the D90 + 105VR Nikkor. Don't know why the editor here strips off all the exif info? They were taken from my gallery where the exif is visible?
2 weeks ago the sun showed up and the crocus came out. But since then it got cold again and in fact right now it's snowing again outside .
So we're still waiting for spring to arrive here too.
Lovely gentle colours here. Number 3 is my favourite!
Oooh , That's nice !
Great composition, great colours
“What must control the structure is not the line,” Renoir declares. “It’s the color.”
This is a quote from the new movie, Renoir, as cited in Friday's New York Times review. The movie sounds great and should look incredible with a world class, ex-con forger applying the fresh paint. No image from me here. Hopefully, just some inspiration.
Great images so far! Thanks to everyone who has shared. Opening up each post is like having candy for breakfast. To those of you who have just been viewing, jump right in. There is no judging, evaluating, or scoring. Commenting is always welcome and has been naturally, entirely positive.
Nice one Doug.
I lug my photo equipment everywhere. Is it heavy? Yes. Is it uncomfortable and cumbersome? Absolutely. Is it often an inconvenience? You bet. But is it all worth it? Sometimes...
for what its worth this coloring in the upper portions of the petals reminds me of gala apples!
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When the Fujifilm X-T2 arrived, it was more than just a modest upgrade to the already impressive X-T1. While the new X-T3 hasn't changed the overall design of the camera, this model is way more than an upgrade; rather, it's a quantum leap.
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