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schöne serie!

 

lambda.

 

..... die noch auf der HP ergänzt wird. Dort sind zusätzlich noch ein paar richtig gute Aufnahmen und das alles nur mit dem 35er, geht doch!

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@BLichter: Ha, das freut mich

viel spaß mit den Filmen - Portra 400 und 160 sind meine absoluten Lieblinge.

 

@X1neuling: Danke dir

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Da die Bilder so gut gefallen haben, dachte ich mir ich schicke nochmal eine Ladung hinterher  
 
 

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