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The progression of an excellent sunset.
Lens: Sigma 18-250-21 Ltd-40xs Camera: K-3 Photo Location: Algonquin Park ISO: 100 
Posted By: normhead, 07-16-2014, 01:54 PM

It looked promising from the beginning....







Chatting away with Jaro, like fans at a Soccer game, Jaro's Sony



The peak was absolutely spectacular.



And still provided some great images even as it faded..



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Very Nice. Do you like the Sigma lens. I have the Tamron version and zoom range is very convenient. I probably shoot 80% of my photos with it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by weldmetal Quote
Very Nice. Do you like the Sigma lens. I have the Tamron version and zoom range is very convenient. I probably shoot 80% of my photos with it.
I like the convenience, but, I missed my 60-250, 18-135 and Sigma 70 macro, my usual combination. I think next trip, I'll leave home my boots and GPS and see if I can take them. But for traveling light, what a combination that 21 and 40 XS is. The two of them, in a pelican case, fit in the side pocket of a waste belt.

With this image I took 4 images with the 18-250 and all four images had lens flare, 4 similar images with the 21 ltd and none of them had any flare at all.

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A very nice vibrant series Norm well shot.---zapper

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Thanks zapper
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What an absolute wonderful set of images Norm, "you done good" . Thanks for posting them.
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Thanks for commenting Heinrich

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Excellent series, Norm.
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