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08-23-2019, 04:26 PM   #2956
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Another from Harbor Village with the DA18-135 on K10D:
Lots of detail and interest there, Paul.

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Lots of detail and interest there, Paul.
Thanks Ray. That's my camera-shy little brother in the shot, too
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Row boats at Brooklyn, NSW yesterday 23 Aug 2019. K-3, SMC Pentax-DA 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 ED AL.

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Riding with an old friend on a challenging high altitude trail. Fun!


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A portrait of "Booger"

This is our little street urchin stray that we adopted a little over a year ago. She's probably about a year and a half old. Her intellect and personality are stunning for a dog so young, and we love her goofy face. She's a "Velcro dog" and loves us, too. We lost our eldest daughter in a private plane crash last October, and if it weren't for the positive attitude and support of this little dog, coping with the tragedy would have been a lot harder. Taken on the spur of the moment in natural indoor light, at ISO 3200, using the K-3 and the 18-135, 1/30 sec., f/4.5.

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QuoteOriginally posted by PALADIN85020 Quote
This is our little street urchin stray that we adopted a little over a year ago. She's probably about a year and a half old. Her intellect and personality are stunning for a dog so young, and we love her goofy face. She's a "Velcro dog" and loves us, too. We lost our eldest daughter in a private plane crash last October, and if it weren't for the positive attitude and support of this little dog, coping with the tragedy would have been a lot harder. Taken on the spur of the moment in natural indoor light, at ISO 3200, using the K-3 and the 18-135, 1/30 sec., f/4.5.
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Thanks for sharing both the photo and the experience John. It's obvious how charming and intelligent Booger is. You were blessed to have her come into your lives at such a time - maybe good karma after your adoption of her. Hope we will see some more images of her.

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A couple more from Harbor Village in Ventura. DA18-135 on K10D:




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Sunset from the Ferry Holiday Island on it's run between Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia
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Taken after I swept the leaves... it's already fall in New Jersey!
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Just in case someone is looking for a picture of fire taken with this lens. A little bit of noise reduction has been applied with Topaz Denoise.


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From July at Conejo Mountain Cemetery, Camarillo CA. DA18-135 on K10D:


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Took this hand held shot of the moon with the lens mounted on a K70. Even though the shot is heavily cropped there is still plenty of detail
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Always like a still photo that looks like it is moving, between the vertical cropping and the accidental precision marching of the pedestrians, it looks like a freeze frame from a video.
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