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4 minutes ago, EddieCheddar said:

Just got an SL today -- woo hoo!  Here's a picture of my dog (look for her) at Joshua Tree, California.  SL with the 24-90. 

 

Welcome to the "club" and enjoy the ride. Good pic too @Eddie Cheddar

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vor 3 Stunden schrieb meerec:

My desire for this lens is getting out of control every day stronger 😂 ...

If you cannot avoid, enjoy...

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In order to get out of the path of Hurricane Michael, I evacuated from Grayton Beach, Florida to Fairhope, Alabama along with my trusty dog, Piper, the Leica SL, and a couple of lenses.  Out and about with the camera, I ran across Ray, a local artist, at the pier that juts out into Mobile Bay,  After a cordial conversation, he allowed me the privilege of taking his portrait.  The bright sunlight and shadows were not ideal for a portrait, but the SL handled it well.

(SL + Summicron-SL 2.0-75)

Ray at Mobile Bay.

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30 minutes ago, relms said:

In order to get out of the path of Hurricane Michael, I evacuated from Grayton Beach, Florida to Fairhope, Alabama along with my trusty dog, Piper, the Leica SL, and a couple of lenses.  Out and about with the camera, I ran across Ray, a local artist, at the pier that juts out into Mobile Bay,  After a cordial conversation, he allowed me the privilege of taking his portrait.  The bright sunlight and shadows were not ideal for a portrait, but the SL handled it well.

(SL + Summicron-SL 2.0-75)

Ray at Mobile Bay.

Hope your return home is safe and that you find everything okay.

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43 minutes ago, relms said:

In order to get out of the path of Hurricane Michael, I evacuated from Grayton Beach, Florida to Fairhope, Alabama along with my trusty dog, Piper, the Leica SL, and a couple of lenses.  Out and about with the camera, I ran across Ray, a local artist, at the pier that juts out into Mobile Bay,  After a cordial conversation, he allowed me the privilege of taking his portrait.  The bright sunlight and shadows were not ideal for a portrait, but the SL handled it well.

(SL + Summicron-SL 2.0-75)

 

Ray at Mobile Bay.

Glad you got out, Robert.  The devastation looks quite severe.  

Rob

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Foggy, humid night. Kaohsiung. Clarity nearer the dinners. Redlights with some interesting dispersion around the scooters.

SL+60mm Macro-TL.

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On 10/12/2018 at 4:33 AM, relms said:

In order to get out of the path of Hurricane Michael, I evacuated from Grayton Beach, Florida to Fairhope, Alabama along with my trusty dog, Piper, the Leica SL, and a couple of lenses.  Out and about with the camera, I ran across Ray, a local artist, at the pier that juts out into Mobile Bay,  After a cordial conversation, he allowed me the privilege of taking his portrait.  The bright sunlight and shadows were not ideal for a portrait, but the SL handled it well.

(SL + Summicron-SL 2.0-75)

 

Ray at Mobile Bay.

Be safe and hope your neighbourhood is intact!

 

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