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Liberty State Park, NJ.  

This statue of a GI with a concentration camp survivor keeps me coming back to this part of the park

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This tiny little church originally twelfth century had fallen into ruin but was rebuilt on slightly higher ground in 1858.. St. Mary's, Broughton, Parish of Myddle Shropshire..  CL + 21mm M Mount, one from the light side, one from the dark, couple more on Flickr if you're interested.   Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!   Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the

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1 hour ago, Boojay said:

Think I may try a landscape course some time.  Walking the dogs today, the light was ever changing, but I felt lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world, just need to learn how to capture it correctly.  Anyhow, my attempt with CL and 35 1.4.  One thing I know for sure is, I needed the hood today and I'd left it at home because it is again in two pieces!

I don't think you need too many lessons. This is beautiful with gorgeous atmosphere and colour; the light play on those gentle curves is superb. I picked the wrong part of the country to move to - Suffolk is very flat and nowhere near as pretty as this. I haven't found a spot more than 50 metres high and that's pretty uncommon. It's mostly flat everywhere you look. This is really England's green and pleasant land - lucky you. 

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2 hours ago, Boojay said:

Think I may try a landscape course some time.  Walking the dogs today, the light was ever changing, but I felt lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world, just need to learn how to capture it correctly.  Anyhow, my attempt with CL and 35 1.4.  One thing I know for sure is, I needed the hood today and I'd left it at home because it is again in two pieces!

Jayne:

Those hoods on the TL are a nuisance.  I've had 2 fall apart (35 1.4 and 60 2.8 TL lenses), but, since the repair with some type of adhesive (done as a courtesy at my local camera fix it business) it has been fine.  

As between the color and black and white, I lean towards the color version. Either is quite nice.

Rob

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On 12/3/2018 at 12:34 AM, ramarren said:

Another WATE photo...

 


Leica CL + Tri-Elmar-M 16-18-21mm f/4 ASPH
ISO 250 @ f/5.6 @ 1/30

 

Enjoy!

Nice.  A lot like construction sites I visit from time to time.

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2 hours ago, Boojay said:

Think I may try a landscape course some time.  Walking the dogs today, the light was ever changing, but I felt lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world, just need to learn how to capture it correctly.  Anyhow, my attempt with CL and 35 1.4.  One thing I know for sure is, I needed the hood today and I'd left it at home because it is again in two pieces!

If you mean you may try offering a landscape course, sign me up!.  Both this and the B&W are wonderful.

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23 minutes ago, ropo54 said:

CL w 18/56

Inside the Occulus in the WTC

Very nice.  More subtlety of colour than I've seen in most pictures of this structure.

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7 hours ago, Boojay said:

Think I may try a landscape course some time.  Walking the dogs today, the light was ever changing, but I felt lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world, just need to learn how to capture it correctly.  Anyhow, my attempt with CL and 35 1.4.  One thing I know for sure is, I needed the hood today and I'd left it at home because it is again in two pieces!

This is a lovely picture and reminds me of why I miss England and love coming home. Nowhere else quite like it, and you’ve made me homesick!

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