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Wormsmeat
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Re: Seeking autumn colour....

I like the shot of the bridge and the one after.

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Wormsmeat
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Re: How To Fish For Lobsters

I like the B&W, that really is an extraordinary little island.

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Wormsmeat
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Re: E-M1 goes to the zoo...

I tend to feel that photographing animals in a zoo is like shooting fish in a barrel but I really like the 3rd. Great, almost human, expression.

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Peter Del Veteran Member • Posts: 4,524
Autumn is coming
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Taken last Thursday at an arboretum near Oxford (UK) using OMD EM5 using the 14-15 or 9-18 lens.

The inside of a rotten tree trunk

And two from a few weeks ago

45 1.8

Peter Del

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kgwhite
kgwhite Veteran Member • Posts: 5,399
On the street
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Shots from an early Fall afternoon in San Antonio.

webservants
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Re: Nice set...

Thanks. F2 was a mistake, I don't notice it at the time.

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blessings,
Steven

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FrankS009
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Re: Oh no! Not that #$%^&*! volcano again! Sorry, folks …

Very nice. As a certified boat nut, I found myself looking at all the small boats pulled up on the shore and wishing that you take a photo of them sometime.

F.

FrankS009
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Re: First Pool Game

Must be his first game if that is his mother. Not River City.

F.

schirmer Regular Member • Posts: 443
Some birds

At Vogelpark Walsrode, Germany on an overcast day

Taken trough the mesh but fortunately it's not visible

Steller's Sea Eagle

Mesh was much finer here, and Harpia harpyja kept in the dark

Harpy Eagle

Don't know this one, but the little guy doesn't look happy

Ben C Davis Senior Member • Posts: 1,557
Out & About
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Yellowstone River looking at the Absarokee range here in Montana.

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TClair
TClair Veteran Member • Posts: 4,564
Fungi - six images.
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TClair
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Re: 395 Road Trip

Very impressive images!

FrankS009
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Urban rambles

These are from a ramble around town last week-end. They were taken with a G1 and 14-45 mm lens. Comments welcome of course.

F.

There is something about fire escapes that intrigue me.

by the railway yards

Symbols of Sudbury Ontario - Canadian Pacific Railway that links the country together, and the big stack for nickel refining.

LincolnB Veteran Member • Posts: 4,362
Fall Colors and Other Musings

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Michael L NYC 99
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Re: Going to miss these guys....

klythawk wrote:

Probably the last time i'll see these guys this year, going to miss them. E-M5/Pany100-300mm

Thanks for looking,

John.

Nice and sharp! I would perhaps frame or crop the dragonfly closing to center.

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PaulChapman
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What a shower

Been practicing using my shiny new GX7/Voigtlander 25mm/f0.95 on the end of a pole and wifiing to a tablet....need more practice before a big trip in a couple of weeks time. Shower....yes...this is Mr Burke MP and his Norwich Union umbrella. The holes in his arms, face and torso were caused by the shrapnel from the bombing.

I was in town today and the No.23 pulled up...this lot jumped in front of it and nearly got knocked down... The other photographer...great big hulk of an SLR being used upside down...elbow sticking out and shaking.. and all those heavy bags of lenses making him wish he had built in IBIS; still he must have been a professional so I learnt something. PS the upward folding GX7 EVF is quite nice to use and you can hold the camera close to your chest. GX7 blows the highlights though.

and then the shower....not very clear this one but rounding the corner came a BSA and bath tub..

And the verdict on the GX7 after a couple of weeks.... I'll be looking for another GF1 since it doesn't overexpose itself so much. GX7 has all the bells and whistles...but no soul.

LincolnB Veteran Member • Posts: 4,362
Re: French Cinema

LOVE that first shot. Fantastic use of light and subject.

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PaulChapman
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Re: Fungi - six images.

Can you eat the blue ones on photo 2? It is that time of the year...nice..

PaulChapman
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Re: On the street

I like #1....you can almost read the good book.

PaulChapman
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Re: French Cinema

First (especially) and closely followed by the last. Tricky lighting on the first unless it was a slide show ... made me wonder if you had to take down the wall without them noticing?

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