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SL601 w R801.4

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some more of my wife's handiwork at various times of the year in our garden.

 

SL / 24-90 V.E.

 

Photo #1 - another one of her Irises.

 

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.............and #2, one of the Peonys she loves - also with the SL and the wonderfully effective & versatile 24-90 V.E.

 

JZG

 

 

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TL2 w R 80 1.4

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Orchids - Lincoln Park Conservatory, Chicago.

 

M240-P / 50mm Summilux Asph.

 

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..................and another.

 

Same circumstances

 

JZG

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The very first image I took with the 90-280 APO Vario-Elmarit, a few minutes after I picked it up from the Leica Boutique in Walnut Creek and unboxed it..........mounted on a tripod, of course. To say I am completely happy and satisfied with this optic would be an understatement - remarkable - one of the best Leica lenses ever.

 

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SL 601 w 90 AA

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TL 60mm macro shot this week in my Cape Cod garden and processed with Topaz impressions. A blazing fall farewell from the red roses.

 

 

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I shot these Black-eyed Susan going away by a pond in Vermont three weeks ago. I used the T 55-135 zoom on my TL.

 

 

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I reworked this photo in Affinity at the helpful suggestion of a member. Less of a stylized red blob, more detail. Thanks for the help!

 



TL 60mm macro shot this week in my Cape Cod garden and processed with Topaz impressions. A blazing fall farewell from the red roses.


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I shot these Japanese anemone in my garden last month. They are gone by now. With only a slight crop this is SOOC from my TL using AG Vario-Elmar-T 1:3.5-4.5 / 55-135 at f/5.6

 

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Maybe more animal than vegetal, but the flower is definitely important (if not for the photographer...). First caption could be "In approach, ready for landing", next ones "Lunch time".

 

 

 

 

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