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04-07-2019, 06:48 AM   #23341
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A series of shots from Lockleys Pylon walking track in the Blue Mountains, NSW. Most with the FA43, one or two with the F28. Unfortunately it was ridiculously windy so pixelshifting and long exposures made it very problematic.

The two girls remind me of a "Babes in the Woods" image that was created I think in the late 19th century and became immensely popular. Many, many people had framed copies in their home in the early 20th century.

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Amazing shot of the Monarch caterpillar! Looks like it's nearing the stage when it will spin its chrysalis. Will you drive yourself crazy documenting that development? I could think of worse obsessions, and given your skill you should wind up with some amazing images.

Actually, I wonder whether autofocus is reliable enough to do use time lapse and automate the process...

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Flowers popping so I put my Rokinon 100mm macro on the camera a went crocus hunting.
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Go the Bullitt
That Mustang, or what ever it's called over there, must be very expensive to import. Is it right hand drive as well?
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That Mustang, or what ever it's called over there, must be very expensive to import. Is it right hand drive as well?
The Bullitt was selling for $90,000 and is RHD, they are built for the Australian market. The Bullitt is a limited edition and only a small amount were built.
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Great pictures. The carbonara is so well photographed you can see that it is perfectly cooked without even tasting it!

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I'm back with a few shots from Yellowstone this winter. February (plus a little of January and March) was the second coldest and snowiest (?) on record behind 1935. All with the K=1 II and D FA 150-450.
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K-1 and Sigma 180 Macro, the butterfly exhibit is back in town till the end of the month. Finally dusted the camera off.

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Great pictures. The carbonara is so well photographed you can see that it is perfectly cooked without even tasting it!
Thank you ! My pasta is always "al dente"
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QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
I'm back with a few shots from Yellowstone this winter. February (plus a little of January and March) was the second coldest and snowiest (?) on record behind 1935. All with the K=1 II and D FA 150-450.
Beautiful shots. You certainly can sense the cold in the photos, as well.

(and thanks for the earlier comment as well).
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QuoteOriginally posted by eyeball Quote
Amazing shot of the Monarch caterpillar! Looks like it's nearing the stage when it will spin its chrysalis. Will you drive yourself crazy documenting that development? I could think of worse obsessions, and given your skill you should wind up with some amazing images.

Actually, I wonder whether autofocus is reliable enough to do use time lapse and automate the process...
Thanks eyeball! I'm not going for the time lapse... no interest in visiting crazy town (even though I have a post office box there).
But, I will be following the development in a more casual manner. Hoping to see some chrysalis action real soon.
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Been a while since I posted something from Utah. This one was taken late in the afternoon, in case you could not guess.
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