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18-135mm WR - Bugs+
Lens: 18-135mm WR Camera: K-5II Photo Location: Ellesmere Park 
Posted By: Jennasis, 07-19-2013, 04:53 PM

A few snaps with the 18-135mm WR - some cropped and slightly enhanced for composition and detail.

Hope you like! :-)

Jenn

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Well captured and well executed shots.
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Well captured and well executed shots.
Thanks for looking, glad you like! :-D
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Awesome shots. That first one is really special. Well done.

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Awesome shots. That first one is really special. Well done.
Thank you Susan, glad you liked them! :-D
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Great shots! I have been researching on buying a cheap WR lens for myself and looking at these shots I feel the 18-135mm is an excellent choice for myself! So thank you! And hopefully one day I can create images like these myself (after a lot of practice).

Your pics are quite inspirational!
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Great shots! I have been researching on buying a cheap WR lens for myself and looking at these shots I feel the 18-135mm is an excellent choice for myself! So thank you! And hopefully one day I can create images like these myself (after a lot of practice).

Your pics are quite inspirational!
I'm glad you like! The 18-135 is a great lens, really versatile, well made and a joy to use - it doesn't quite have the range that I would like, but that's what I have my non WR 55-300mm for.
I've only had this camera since the end of June, so I'm sure it won't take you long to get some really nice snaps and I'm sure you are producing some great stuff already! :-D

Kind Regards

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Very nice shots there Jenna and welcome to the Forum. Hope to see more from you.--charliezap

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Very nice shots there Jenna and welcome to the Forum. Hope to see more from you.--charliezap
Thanks Chalie! I'm glad that you like my snaps :-)

Wonderful Avatar picture by the way! What perfect timing!
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Very nice shooting, loved everyone of those! That lens works well for you, you proved it!
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Very nice shooting, loved everyone of those! That lens works well for you, you proved it!
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Really happy you enjoyed them Rupert! It is a great lens - if they made an 18-300 with the same IQ and build quality, it would be the only lens I'd need most of the time!... except maybe a macro and fish-eye... and a super telephoto prime... and a short prime... and maybe a... who am I kidding, one lens is NEVER enough! hihi! :-)
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Thanks Chalie! I'm glad that you like my snaps :-)

Wonderful Avatar picture by the way! What perfect timing!
The timing was perfect that Sunday afternoon and I had only one shot at it.This was captured not long after I got my first Pentax dslr.I submitted it to Parade Magazine and got picture of the week and $100 to boot.I've been hooked ever since.--charliezap
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The timing was perfect that Sunday afternoon and I had only one shot at it.This was captured not long after I got my first Pentax dslr.I submitted it to Parade Magazine and got picture of the week and $100 to boot.I've been hooked ever since.--charliezap
Wow, what a fantastically positive story! :-D Things do just come together perfectly like that once in a blue moon (if you'll excuse the pun ;-)) and isn't it just wonderful when they do! Great pic, am sure you will me holding onto that one in your collection!
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