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Old Oct 7, 2011, 2:46 PM   #11
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That's probably (more than) enough photos for one thread! Have plenty more of high country foliage shots, to be posted in a few days as time permits...

Hope you enjoyed these mostly low country rambles in the early autumn, and that you will share your comments & critique.

(PS - can you guess which new(used) lens I just got - here are a few hints...)
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Old Oct 8, 2011, 2:31 AM   #12
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Some gorgeous macros as always Mole ! Lovely landscapes too. Thanks for posting this excellent series !
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I always love your shots, but these are again a step above the previous ones.

Great work

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Old Oct 9, 2011, 4:43 PM   #14
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G'day Mole

Goodness gracious ... what a wonderful view into your 'backyard'
I'm envious mate ~ you've got more time that I have to go meandering & shooting

Regards, Phil
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Old Oct 10, 2011, 7:21 PM   #15
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Kevin - Thanks for your kind words. So glad you enjoyed these. Will have some more autumn scenes ready to post in a day or two...

Ronny - Thanks so much! My new/used lens sure is sharp and good at capturing the rich color of this season. Have you guessed which lens it is?

Phil - I am indeed blessed with an amazingly diverse & beautiful "backyard," and with time (both on-duty and off-duty) to wander the wild country of Northeast Tennessee.
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These are wonderful photos, as always Mole. I'm so glad you're willing to bring us along on your rambles through such beautiful country. As for the "new" lens, I'm going to guess a 50mm prime. Of course, I have never once been right when trying to guess what lens was used for a photo, so I suspect I'm wrong this time too.
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MtnMan - Glad you enjoyed the early autumn rambles. Your lens guess is incorrect, just as you suspected. I also rarely have any accuracy in guessing lenses used...
The new used lens is a DA 15.
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