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06-30-2013, 05:46 PM   #3931
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Ha ha! She's just turning around in the chair to avoid eating the lunch she doesn't want
that's a look I know all to well from my 3 y/o boy. That's a good plan of attack actually, instead of getting frustrated, just take a picture of him every time he gets sulky, then show it back to him later. I'm going to try this...

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I'm subscribing to this club. I Have a 200/4, 50/2, 50/1.7, and a 28/3.5. (From an MX and a k1000)
Here are a couple from the beloved 50/1.7 (on a k30)


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Pentax-M 100/2.8

Recent encounter on a local trail.

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M28 with Extension Tube .




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I was busy with the M 35/2 and 85/2 on Saturday. Yes, I am now aware that I have some dust on the sensor .

















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I was busy with the M 35/2 and 85/2 on Saturday. Yes, I am now aware that I have some dust on the sensor .

















It's not really noticeable johnathan , I actually had to go looking for it .spot healing bruush will fix that .
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A few from a trip to the zoo last Friday.









This last one is a hippo sleeping underwater, with his eyes closed. The blades of grass are floating on top of the water.

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The first of these is cross-posted to the Brenizer method thread. Taken with the M 85mm f/2, wide open and then stitched in Microsoft ICE. The other two were taken with the M 35mm f/2 at f/2.8.








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QuoteOriginally posted by fuent104 Quote
A few from a trip to the zoo last Friday.

This last one is a hippo sleeping underwater, with his eyes closed. The blades of grass are floating on top of the water.
What Lens on the Giraffe?
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What Lens on the Giraffe?
I'm not sure why I forgot to include that information. The closer shot was with the K300 f4, the wider shot was with the M200 f4.
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Thanks, I have the M-200/4 (hardly ever use it, but like looking at it quite a bit). That's why i was curious. You made good use of it. Nice shots.
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nice shots using a nice lens
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nice shots using a nice lens
Agreed ... and nice blog, too ... J
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Nice use of the 75-150. I don't think I'd drink that brand of beer. My spare tire is fat enough already
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