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A fountain inside the Orangery at Longwood.

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A wolfish tendency. Oly E-M1 and 40-150mm f2.8 plus in the first image the MC-14 teleconverter which takes the lens out to 210mm (i.e. to 420mm in FF-speak). All taken in a wolf conservation centre here in the UK. This might be a bit too close for comfort in the wild!



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QuoteOriginally posted by mecrox Quote
A wolfish tendency. Oly E-M1 and 40-150mm f2.8 plus in the first image the MC-14 teleconverter which takes the lens out to 210mm (i.e. to 420mm in FF-speak). All taken in a wolf conservation centre here in the UK. This might be a bit too close for comfort in the wild!--
As with so many things in Nature, the closer you get the more beautiful and amazing they look.
Below, a pseudo-pano (= just a crop, not a stitch) of some ice crystals from last week. Pana GX8 + Canon-mount Sigma 150mm macro via adapter.
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What a stunning place.
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Shadows on the snow & ice.

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Patrick's Point SP, with Oly 17/1.8:

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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Patrick's Point SP, with Oly 17/1.8:
Patrick's Point SP.. We camped there just once about 48 years ago but I remember it fondly as a lovely spot
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Snow-bedecked sumac from a couple weeks back
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
We camped there just once about 48 years ago but I remember it fondly as a lovely spot
Yes, it's a very popular spot. Campground there remains full all summer long.

From around the Klamath River, shot with the Pany 45-175:





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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Yes, it's a very popular spot. Campground there remains full all summer long.

From around the Klamath River, shot with the Pany 45-175:
Very good to see these images. I first came across Klamath in a book of short stories by the late Raymond Carver (who eventually lived in Port Angeles, WA) and have always wondered what it was like.
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