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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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Two "watching" dogs in front of a barber's shop. CL and L Macro 60 mm, slight crop. The camera is very good and not so heavy as my SL2 an ideal for street.  Only two things I would like in addition , if hopefully a CL 2 would come. First of all an IBIS, second the possibility to use an MC 21 adapter like with the SL2 which would enabele to use some very special lenses of Canon,which are not available by any L alliance partner.  For me personally no higher resolution is needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From my walk a couple of evenings ago CL with 21mm M Mount... first one is 5 shots merged in photoshop, second taken as I turned 180 degrees and spotted the cyclist and runner.. I love where I live and all those hills in the distance are favourite stomping grounds.

 

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Couple more from the same walk and kit... looking down into the old sandstone quarry which sits below the pano shot, and my road home

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Boojay said:

Couple more from the same walk and kit... looking down into the old sandstone quarry which sits below the pano shot, and my road home

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jayne, in the top picture, I would be tempted to top-trim, removing the last vestiges of dark cloud, giving greater emphasis to the distant hills. The dust track is an interesting feature in the landscape, and also gains more emphasis. A lovely landscape,  right on your home patch.

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2 hours ago, Boojay said:

................... I love where I live and all those hills in the distance are favourite stomping grounds.

That is very understandable!!!😀😉🤩

Best pictures like those you gave us.

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4 hours ago, wda said:

Jayne, in the top picture, I would be tempted to top-trim, removing the last vestiges of dark cloud, giving greater emphasis to the distant hills. The dust track is an interesting feature in the landscape, and also gains more emphasis. A lovely landscape,  right on your home patch.

Thank you David, will give that a try... occasionally there are walkers below on the dust path as it is part of a circular walk, shame there were none there at the time, would add a little more scale, next time maybe.

 

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