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I recently spent just over two weeks exploring Patagonia with my M (typ 240) and several lenses.  It was a trip organized by an Australian landscape photographer I met on 500px.  I've posted a few shots from the trip so far and will probably have more to share as I find time to work my way through my raw files.

 

This was with the new APO Summicron 50mm.  I hope you enjoy it.

 

Patagonia #6 by Jeffrey Michael Parsons, on Flickr

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This is one of those few photos that, as it unfolds before the viewer, makes one gasp. The subject itself is stunning as is

the light, a truly beautiful shot!  

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Jeff,

 

awesome picture with magnificent light. How majestic nature is! I hope we'll get more to see as soon as you are done with your RAW files. Have a nice time processing!

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