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Travel Diaries / Re: Tam Coc, north Vietnam
« Last post by Nasos Kosmas on Today at 20:49:39 »
Strange and mysterious  place to my eyes
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Travel Diaries / Re: Hans Hansson. Antarctic Sunset
« Last post by golunvolo on Today at 20:37:12 »
That display and capture of natures colors!
   Thanks for sharing it
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People, Portraits, Street, PJ & Cityscapes / Re: Fur Auction
« Last post by golunvolo on Today at 20:35:25 »
I was thinking about how "timeless" the first batch looks and then arrived to the 20 years earlier version. I like your closeness to the subject and the balance view: no against nor pro. The characters are strong

  Thanks for sharing!
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Travel Diaries / Re: Tam Coc, north Vietnam
« Last post by golunvolo on Today at 20:27:50 »
Agreed. Great ambiance. The image convey the exotic nature -for me  :)-
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 19:42:32 »
This is seriously good. The 24mm f/1.4 is no slouch.

Shot from a driving car, actually :), thank you Birna.
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Nature, Flora, Fauna & Landscapes / Re: Blutkuppe, Namibia
« Last post by Peter Connan on Today at 19:35:18 »
Thank you very much Armando
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Birna Rørslett on Today at 19:20:34 »
This is seriously good. The 24mm f/1.4 is no slouch.
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 19:16:00 »
March 24

the wall



d850  24mm/1.4
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by Fons Baerken on Today at 19:15:11 »
I am very happy how this thread developed since I started it in January 2016. It has become a joint effort of so many of us here. Thank you all, esp the regulars right from the start: Fons, John, Akira, Armando!!!

Heads up Frank!
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Your Weekly Blog / Re: March 2019
« Last post by John Geerts on Today at 18:50:18 »
Today Breshna, my 4-year old neighbour visited me again and was spellbound watching my daughter play the big concert harp. She just *had* to try herself ...

100mm f/1.6 Rodenstock XR-Heligon on the Z6. A fast-moving child isn't the easiest subject to follow with a slow-worked manual lens, but I did get close enough on occasion.  The very selective focus and butter-smooth out-of-focus area of the 100 Heligon helped a lot as well.
Superb shot, Birna.

Great to see how the Z makes the Rodenstock 100/1.6  a versatile lens.
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