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Getting toward the end of the season.
Lens: DFA 28-105 Camera: K-1 Photo Location: South Algonquin, Ontario ISO: 100 Aperture: F8 
Posted By: normhead, 10-25-2017, 04:42 PM

K-1 and DA 28-105

100 ISO, 8 of 9, AV

A week ago there was lots of colour... K-1 and 100 macro...


The Tamaracs have turned, most of the trees have lost their leaves, but it's still quite pretty. But it won't be long before Brownvember is here.
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10-25-2017, 07:33 PM   #2
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Beautiful Photos , was in Algonquin park once , Beautiful place only wish I had of taken that train ride !!
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You really are lucky to live in such a beautiful place Norm, the colours are wonderful.
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A very good crisp series of shots. I noticed you may have picked up a couple of dust bunnies on your sensor in a couple of those shots.

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Beautiful Photos , was in Algonquin park once , Beautiful place only wish I had of taken that train ride !!
Train ride? When were you here?
This South Algonquin Township just outside the park.

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You really are lucky to live in such a beautiful place Norm, the colours are wonderful.
There's no place like it.

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A very good crisp series of shots. I noticed you may have picked up a couple of dust bunnies on your sensor in a couple of those shots.
Endless removal. there's six of them now, I'm going to have to clean the sensor again.
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I don't envy you your winters but I sure would love to have your fall. Lovely Norm.
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wow amazing colors! Beautiful landscape images well done! Thanks for sharing!
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You live in a beautiful area, Norm. Those images are extremely detailed, especially #1. An amazing lens.

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You really are lucky to live in such a beautiful place Norm, the colours are wonderful.
Lucky, we planned it this way. This is actually a great place to live and, if you live here you'll live two years longer on average than living a city.

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I don't envy you your winters but I sure would love to have your fall. Lovely Norm.
Come on up slopez. We'll put in a three seater lazy boy so you can sit and watch netflix with us in front of the fire.

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wow amazing colors! Beautiful landscape images well done! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for commenting.

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You live in a beautiful area, Norm. Those images are extremely detailed, especially #1. An amazing lens.
In images like this, the double size sensor really does count for something.

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The first shot is great but I think the 5th one is the best. I can only image the wildlife you can see there, I would be in heaven.
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The first shot is great but I think the 5th one is the best. I can only image the wildlife you can see there, I would be in heaven.
We do have a lot of wildlife, but we rarely see it. With the park being 7,000 square Km and a lot of Crown land outside the park, animals don't have to inhabit areas where there are people and most prefer not to. ( Not to mention that there ae still a lot of neighbours who will shoot anything that moves.) And there are so few people they can avoid us. I saw almost as many foxes crossing the road neat Eglington and Jane in Toronto as I've seen since we moved up here. We do see lots of tracks during out walks and because many animals use our trails to get around we see their scat.

It poops, therefore it is.

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