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Really enjoy using the M10-P & Summicron 50mm f2 for a spot of woodland photography.  It's not perfect in use, there are a couple of niggles, such as bracketing and self timer use together but other than that, I could see me using it quite a lot more.

 

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2 hours ago, RG75 said:

You're right it's absolutely beautiful and a feeling of freedom and being so small in this immensity.

Yes it’s that sense of being so little in such a vast expanse of surreal visions. Pure white salt flats, red larval flows frozen in time, green algae lakes and a sea of bright pink flamingos. Otherworldly! I must go back one day.

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20 hours ago, ruskkyle said:

Yes it’s that sense of being so little in such a vast expanse of surreal visions. Pure white salt flats, red larval flows frozen in time, green algae lakes and a sea of bright pink flamingos. Otherworldly! I must go back one day.

We (my wife and I) also want to return to visit southern Chile and Patagonia.

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My granddaughter's sparkly red Christmas dress, hanging on the closet door, waiting to be worn on Christmas day. 75mm Summicron with flash. 

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Miami Skyline, last week.

Edited in PhotoLab 4, with a lot of help and advice from people in their forum.

Probably three days worth of editing!

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