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Old May 7, 2018, 8:18 AM   #1
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Default Sunday's 9 Mile Hike

Around the lake, with the E-M1 Mark II and 12-100mm f4 on Sunday morning..













I'll throw one in here from the 8mm M. Zuiko Fisheye..










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A few more from prior to sunrise, after I ran them through DXO Photo Lab this evening..









This is an image with the 8mm f1.8 M. Zuiko Fisheye, cropped a little bit..

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Images of sunrise are stunning! Loved 'em the most
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A couple of later additions from the day when I used the longer end of the zoom, the 12-100 is just quite a convenient lens. 80% or more of the time I find myself staying within the bounds that could easily be served with the 12-40mm f2.8, but those times where you utilize the longer end probably save 5-7 lens changes over a 3-4 hour time frame.





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Thanks for showing these. My favorite is the one of the two people walking away down the road through the trees, but I'm a sucker for that kind of shot.
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Good photography and physical excersize. It's noticeable how you think about the composition of the image before push the button.
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Hi Greg,
As usual a great series of images. As much as I like your photos taken with the 12-100mm lens my favorite is the sunrise photo taken with the 8mm wide lens.
That's a beauty.

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G'day mate


And to me you have offered us a full-on photo essay rather than a simple 'hike around the lake'


Wonderful colours, beaut framing to these pics, and plenty of keepers amongst them



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