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Old Mar 4, 2013, 6:33 PM   #1
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It seems like I don't have much time for photography these days but here are a couple to let everyone know I am still interested.

These were taken this past week with the E-P3 & FT 9-18, manual exposure













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These with the E-P3 & FT 35mm MACRO -- manual exposure









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Old Mar 5, 2013, 9:03 AM   #2
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The City of Arlington is sure a bunch of park-building fools these days, arent they!

That 9-18 certainly is one of the really good four-thirds lenses to be using on Micro bodies. The lightweight build makes it a natural. It and the 35mm f3.5 have got to be two top choices for use on Micro bodies. Adding a 40-150 M. Zuiko would give you a super-easy, extremely light-weight two lens system that's covers a lot of subject matter.
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