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11-18-2010, 12:02 AM   #781
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Pepe wins the internets today!-Breathtaking stuff.
+1 from me...particularly #3!


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Wow Skipen. Beautiful image!
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+1 from me...particularly #3!
Thanks guys!

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Solid rocks and tiny ships, very nice Skipen.


For good order, I shopped a bit on this one, the misty figure between the trees was not really there.


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Stipen: I do about a 3rd of my work in b/w photography and this is a GREAT example of the eye catching attention capabilities of this format...Just GREAT
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Skipen, that's a beautiful dreamy photo. Wllm, I love your fog photos. The figure you added gives it an even more mysterious feel.

Just got a new lens, a Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6. Had really terrible light the day it arrived -- flat, dim, overcast, dull. Awful. But then the sun broke through under the clouds at sunset. Here's one shot I took. Might be that this is a bit dark, though.

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Thanks Tamia and congratulations with your new lens.
In the beginning it's a bit difficult was my experience but than.... it has great opportunities, also fun with close-up.

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Thanks Tamia and congratulations with your new lens.
In the beginning it's a bit difficult was my experience but than.... it has great opportunities, also fun with close-up.
Thanks, Wllm. I've never had such a wide wide angle lens before, and it's going to be a lot of fun, but I've got plenty of work to do to learn the lessons it can teach me.
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I don't do much B&W but when I went out this morning for a walk in the foggy and cold forest I took these two.

K200D and Tokina 3.5/17 lens



K200D and Pentax K 2.8/24

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I don't do much B&W but when I went out this morning for a walk in the foggy and cold forest I took these two.

K200D and Tokina 3.5/17 lens



K200D and Pentax K 2.8/24
Those are wonderful and beautifully suited to B&W!
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Those are wonderful and beautifully suited to B&W!
-Joe
Thanks a lot Joe, appreciate your comment.
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Norbert, those two are stunning! You should do more B&W!!!!!
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Nice job Norbert!!!!!
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Norbert, those two are stunning! You should do more B&W!!!!!
Thanks Rense, I think I will start to do more B&W. Great idea to start this threat btw!

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Nice job Norbert!!!!!
Thank you for your comment Jim!
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