Old 09-27-2017   #4881
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Here's another shot, this time of Frisco mountain and Rainy Lake in sunrise type conditions...

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Old 09-30-2017   #4882
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Some different stuff than what I have typically photographed in the past ...










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Old 10-01-2017   #4883
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Old 10-03-2017   #4884
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Old 10-09-2017   #4886
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Hi Vince,

I like #3 the best.
It has some meditative quality to it. Your eye can room around for quite a while.
The others are are too easy to grasp w/o any additional layer that starts you thinking.
Just my Monday morning $0.02
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Old 10-09-2017   #4887
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Hi Vince,

I like #3 the best.
It has some meditative quality to it. Your eye can room around for quite a while.
The others are are too easy to grasp w/o any additional layer that starts you thinking.
Just my Monday morning $0.02
Thanks for the insight. It's really ok, actually -- my photos are allowed to be boring sometimes
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A recent museum visit in Astoria, Queens NY,
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Some different stuff than what I have typically photographed in the past ...
. . . and Klaus, imho of museal quality.
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A quick grab of the morning light ...

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. . . and Klaus, imho of museal quality.
Not there yet but ... humble thanks.
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Great selfie shot, made me laugh out loud.
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... again some morning light:




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Klaus have you gone Ralph Gibson and put on the Dual Range Summicron......?






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Hi Richard,

nope, I don't have a DR but a 75 'cron, which pretty much does allow to fill the frame at 0.7m close up. And I certainly hope my images don't look like an immitation of someone else's work. If you are reminded of RG though, that's ok.

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Thanks Klaus. Not a copy of anyone at all, of course. I was considering the gear and the field of view only. Nice series.
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