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Old Feb 25, 2013, 6:31 PM   #1
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Old Feb 25, 2013, 7:46 PM   #2
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Today was an amazing day here...and I put my camera away right before walking out the door.
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Old Feb 25, 2013, 8:19 PM   #3
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Yeah, it was pretty good. I've been forcing myself to use my manual Minolta lens for the past several weeks. The other day I tried doing an excursion over to Raccoon Creek State Park--needless to say it was pretty dang miserable.




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I like the light in the first shot, I hope it finds a winged owner.

Tough time of year to shoot in the north east, too get light wise.
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I like the light in the first shot, I hope it finds a winged owner.

Tough time of year to shoot in the north east, too get light wise.
Yeah, I like the first one much more than the others. Mostly I'm just experimenting with the lens. I had much more luck today then I did last week when I was out freezing my tail off though.
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Some more from today (like them a lot more than the ones from the lake).

Yeah, I was going a bit overboard with the wide aperture.







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...I've been forcing myself to use my manual Minolta lens for the past several weeks. ...
When I go walk about with one of my manual Nikkors, it always seems to be the wrong one, either too long or too short. And oh, the weight of these lenses!
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