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Posted By: procyon, 03-13-2008, 02:55 PM

Shot this one with my Hoya zoom. It was an overcast day, so not much colour, but I liked the composition when I saw the result. Shot @ around 150mm, f/5.6 if I remember correctly.

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Very interesting capture.
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Hilarious.
Wait.. Hoya makes lenses?
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QuoteOriginally posted by procyon Quote
Shot this one with my Hoya zoom. It was an overcast day, so not much colour, but I liked the composition when I saw the result.
I love it! Very nice formal composition with a fitting title.

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Great shot. Yes, it looks like they have everything covered.

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What quick thinking to grab this thought-provoking shot. One thing for sure - I'd give that lamp post a wide berth . . . . or at least wear a hat.

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Wait.. Hoya makes lenses?
I understand they did in the seventies. I tried to do some research before buying this one from ebay, but it seems like their lenses were not very popular, so information is also hard to find.

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Great pic! Way to 'capture the moment'...
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