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11-15-2009, 11:06 PM   #31
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asteelo--wow!
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View over the dunes



SMC Pentax-DA 70/2.4 ltd
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11-16-2009, 03:54 AM   #33
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HELP, I can't stop

These were among the first photos I posted here. You must have forgotten them - if you ever saw them - so I can post them again. Both are made with the SMC Pentax-M 75-150/4 zoom






11-16-2009, 04:37 AM   #34
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Boy this is fun! Keep 'em coming--it's a tutorial.

11-16-2009, 12:25 PM   #35
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Yosemite

I processed two more this evening. They date back from our trip to the US in 2000, when we visited SW California, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona. In this thread, B&W photos from Yosemite can hardly be missed....
Both pictures are made with my trustworthy P30n + Pentax-A 28-80 (which is considered to be an awful lens; I shot my best pics with it...). Slide film, but which one is long forgotten. Probably a Fuji, because that is what I used most.





11-16-2009, 12:48 PM   #36
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Mark, I missed your shots when you posted them... I like them very much!
What are those beds??? What is cultivated?
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Mark, I missed your shots when you posted them... I like them very much!
What are those beds??? What is cultivated?
Hi Rense sniff, sniff-I'm not crying just cutting onions... In fact those are garlic beds-they prep them with rice grass.
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Just a couple...

Little River Cascade, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 2007


Foggy Treeline, Bloomsburg, PA, 2008


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Just a couple...

Little River Cascade, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 2007



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Mike-both nice this one other-worldly!
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Seeing there is a "foggy" theme in Mike's second shot, thought I'd post this one, taken with a 70-210mm SP Tamron on a super foggy day. Whackloads of PP, had to kill tons of noise but I still like the shot.



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You guys are killing me! The quality of these monochromes easily rivals the best of the work on this site.

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Kinda scary to post here, the bar is very high, great photos guys!

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It's great to see all those very good contributions in here! Don't stop posting !
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It's great to see all those very good contributions in here! Don't stop posting !
This thread would make one hell of a calendar...
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