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 Ranch Santa Margarita Style😊

 

 Z6 Leica 35-70 F4

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Wonderful; I love it. 
This place seems very familiar; did you posted previously?

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 Thanks Louis,  I used this walk before but with different people  and this time was trying out a used Leica R 35-70  f4

 

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