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10-31-2015, 08:45 PM - 3 Likes   #7741
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Couple of shots of a storm that chased us out of Taos, NM last week.





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10-31-2015, 09:26 PM   #7742
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Outstanding!
11-01-2015, 06:58 AM   #7743
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QuoteOriginally posted by jquill Quote
Couple of shots of a storm that chased us out of Taos, NM last week.





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The top shot with the cross is terrific. speaks to a certain tradition of SW photography and painting (including O'Keefe).
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QuoteOriginally posted by texandrews Quote
The top shot with the cross is terrific. speaks to a certain tradition of SW photography and painting (including O'Keefe).
Thanks.

We were just happy to be on that side of the storm. We watched it fill the rear view mirror as we were leaving Taos.

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~ The Blizzard's Never Seen The Desert Sands ~

This image just pops... love the imagery... and imagination... great Art...!!!

Thanks mate, Im glad you like it.

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That's a fantastic image.
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Thomas - very creative as always!!

Cheers Mike.

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Outside of the EMP museum in Seattle.
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I love this image, I keep coming back to it. Nice one.
11-02-2015, 02:20 PM - 5 Likes   #7746
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Always tremendous shots from you guys here !


A few scans from Kodak EKTAR 100, with P67II and 55mm (1-2) plus 35mm fish-eye (3) :





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A cople of recent shots with the Z and 28-45mm 4.5. The first taken hand held and the second with the Lee Little Stopper.



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A few from this past Sunday

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Hey fellow 645 Z owners...there is a smc FA 645 45-85mm f/4.5 for sale in the marketplace! Check it out.
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Hey fellow 645 Z owners...there is a smc FA 645 45-85mm f/4.5 for sale in the marketplace! Check it out.
I kind of don't think an ad for a personal sale belongs in a photo-sharing thread...
11-04-2015, 01:43 AM   #7751
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Monument Valley

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Interesting photo - changing a blade at a remote site! I trust they will do a full dynamic balance of the new assembly
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Interesting picture.

Lenticular how clever; I was wondering what they were doing. I thought some filmset or something. So what is this other apparatus for?
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Yes Michiel, at first I also thought it was a filmset.

I don't know what that rig is exactly, but there's an aviation headset hanging off it, so perhaps it is linked. I do not know how they do dynamic balancing of rotor-assemblies however I believe it's a definite requirement for all the usual reasons!
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Last light in Glen Etive 645z and 28-45mm 4.5

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