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09-21-2015, 01:41 PM - 3 Likes   #1
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Wit The Q7 and 08 lens in Kananaskis Coiuntry

Last week I spent a day bumming around in Kananaskis Country (Alberta, Canada) I used both the K 3 with the 18-135 and the Q7 with the 08 lens.
Here is a random selection from the Q7:

























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Nice series. I really like the beetle galleries.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Heinrich Lohmann Quote
Last week I spent a day bumming around in Kananaskis Country (Alberta, Canada) I used both the K 3 with the 18-135 and the Q7 with the 08 lens.
Here is a random selection from the Q7:






















Hello Heinrich,

as they say: it's not the gear, it's the photographer who takes the photo. Still, the little Q7 seems to cope rather well with the wide range of subjects. Thanks for sharing the shots.
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Beautiful as always. Thanks for posting them.

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A new and inspired Petax Q-er

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Wonderful shots! Is that snow?
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Really nice bumming!! Great colors and selection of subject matter.
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Fantastic photographs! Thanks for sharing them!
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Literally stunning!

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You sure these images are not taken by a leica Q?
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Very Nice Heinrich
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Thank you one and all for the kind comments and yes davek that was snow. Taken at High Pass, elevation at road level is about 7200 feet. Temp was +2C at 4 PM.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Heinrich Lohmann Quote
Thank you one and all for the kind comments and yes davek that was snow. Taken at High Pass, elevation at road level is about 7200 feet. Temp was +2C at 4 PM.
I'm not surprised at all. In 1970, I was driving from Indiana to California, and I-80 was closed by snow. In 1995, our daughters were throwing snowballs at each other while we waited for road-side assistance because our van had come down with a case of altitude sickness. Both events occurred in June, somewhere in Wyoming, which is further south than you are.
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Beautiful work as usual Heinrich. Thank you very much, I loved the series.
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Beautiful work as usual Heinrich. Thank you very much, I loved the series.
Yes, he does an excellent job of showing what this small-sensor camera can do!
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