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Fake Newds......................................,please forgive my attempt at sharing humor.

The theme of my daughters Krewe was Fake News. Mardi Gras, New Orleans, LA.

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1 hour ago, jacek kurowski said:

CL+TL90/2.8+SF60

 

 

Jacek: Adorable dog! Great shot. ( TL 60 2.8 as the lens?) Regards, Rob

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1 hour ago, Boojay said:

Signs of Spring CL 55-135

Spring on the way by Jayne Booton, on Flickr

Pretty Crocus by Jayne Booton, on Flickr

 

With just a little optimistic hint of George Harrison playing in the background...

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13 minutes ago, Le Chef said:

With just a little optimistic hint of George Harrison playing in the background...

Good taste in music - thank you.

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The many colors reflected by snow.

I've seen blue snow, white snow, gray snow, etc. etc. etc.

LEICA SUMMILUX-TL 1:1.4 / 35mm ASPH.  E60 P-cir 13048

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24 minutes ago, albert said:

The many colors reflected by snow.

I've seen blue snow, white snow, gray snow, etc. etc. etc.

LEICA SUMMILUX-TL 1:1.4 / 35mm ASPH.  E60 P-cir 13048

For What It's Worth:

What causes the blue color that sometimes appears in snow and ice? As with water, this color is causedby the absorption of both red and yellow light (leaving light at the blue end of the visible light spectrum). ... As this light travels into the snow or ice, the ice grains scatter a large amount of light.

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1 hour ago, pico said:

The sky is blue. Snow is reflective.

 

We believe the same regarding snow color. I have seen pink, blue, grey, white, and multicolored. I just posted a white one for those who believe that snow should always appear white.

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1 hour ago, Dippy said:

Pakenham near Bury St Edmunds

Voigtlander 10mm f5.6

 

EXTRAORDINARY.  

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First Day on the Job

Got my CL late last week and finally getting some time (and adaptors!) to put it through its paces. A little different from the Q, but just as much fun. These were shot with a Nikkor AI-s 24mm f/2.8.  If you're looking at this, I'd appreciate your suggestions why my dngs and jpbs are fully processable in Photoshop, but not with the add-on filters, such as NIK and Luminar (no dngs, jps, or even tifs); very weird. And sorry for the bad sizing of this one.

Edited by bags27

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