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15 hours ago, augustwest100 said:

The lens and the stitching probably means a sharp gorgeous large print, which I can’t see here, but I also really enjoy your subtle colors.

Thank you for your kind comments. I printed very few each year but the file quality with 50 APO is gorgeous, the best M I have had. 

One more 50APO M stitch 

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5 hours ago, ZHNL said:

Thank you for your kind comments. I printed very few each year but the file quality with 50 APO is gorgeous, the best M I have had. 

One more 50APO M stitch 

Love the dry tonality of these desert shots - they remind me of Nadav Kander’s Yangtze series.

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6 hours ago, ZHNL said:

Thank you for your kind comments. I printed very few each year but the file quality with 50 APO is gorgeous, the best M I have had. 

One more 50APO M stitch 

Almost monochrome

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5 hours ago, tashley said:

Somewhere on Lower Broadway....

oooooooooohhhh.... I like this. Amazing building!

 

Hard to believe, but I actually took a walk around the neighbourhood with a camera for the first time. 
Anyways, I've been keen on photographing a specific yellow wall with what I presume are Agave plants??? 

Taken with the Ultron 35/2 ASPH II at f/5.6

 

 

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Some more from this afternoon with the Ultron 35mm

 

 

 

 

 

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52 minutes ago, hmzimelka said:

oooooooooohhhh.... I like this. Amazing building!

 

Hard to believe, but I actually took a walk around the neighbourhood with a camera for the first time. 
Anyways, I've been keen on photographing a specific yellow wall with what I presume are Agave plants??? 

Taken with the Ultron 35/2 ASPH II at f/5.6

 

 

I love these deceptively simple compositions of yours!

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First night walk with the camera.

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7 hours ago, hmzimelka said:

oooooooooohhhh.... I like this. Amazing building!

 

Hard to believe, but I actually took a walk around the neighbourhood with a camera for the first time. 
Anyways, I've been keen on photographing a specific yellow wall with what I presume are Agave plants??? 

Taken with the Ultron 35/2 ASPH II at f/5.6

 

 

Those look like yuccas and not agaves. Nice shot! 

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Couple snaps from some heavily mixed lighting. 

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Continuing the theme of yuccas...

Spanish Dagger plant -|- CV 75 1.5 -|- Mastin Labs Cinestill 800T (altered)

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Swakopmund is a weird town, in its own special way. 

I'm intending to take some images that depict Swakopmund in its own special way.

The last image is of a fairly recognised house, in the sense that the fence and garden get more attention than some people give their kids. Ok, thats an obvious over exaggeration, but to put it into perspective, this fence gets washed and wiped about three to four times a week. I drive past this house almost daily. 

 

 

 

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Side observations at a wedding

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M11 arrived today!   Went out in the garden to test it!

Both pictures with the 75mm apo-summicron at f/2.0 and f/5.6:

 

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