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    McTavish catches a little sun.

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    Is McTavish the cat who comes visit in Deb's last blog eachen?

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    Yes, that's her. We don't know what her owner calls her so we settled on McTavish when she visits. She's so multicoloured she's almost tartan.

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    Meyer Lemon flower buds...

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    Solitary bee...
    These wee insects proliferate in early April, while frolicking with the Siberian squills
    Here's one, warming itself in the tepid cool morning sun...
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    Christmas Walk on the Appalachian Trail

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    2014 One of the only negatives I had the lab scan when it developed my film. Ilford Delta 100. Leica M6TTL. 35mm Summicron M 1:2 ASPH (that little lens was my favorite of all glass). Aperture and shutter details are lost in the mists of time.
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    Lovely photo, Fred. They say an image is worth a thousand words, I'd better stay silentl

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    First batch of Lotus for this Spring of 2021.



    I was playing around with the blue filter (digital).
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    Quote Originally Posted by FredRydr View Post
    Christmas Walk on the Appalachian Trail

    2014 One of the only negatives I had the lab scan when it developed my film. Ilford Delta 100. Leica M6TTL. 35mm Summicron M 1:2 ASPH (that little lens was my favorite of all glass). Aperture and shutter details are lost in the mists of time.
    The technical info may be lost in time, but the delicious sharpness from a Summicron remains.

    Nice framing, Fred.
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    We had snow today. That's the problem when we have early spring....
    This is a macro photo of a minuscule spring flower Scilla siberica, commonly known as Siberian squill....

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    NOWHERE FAST...
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    This is one of my favourite photographs from Sydney's past. It's the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the inside taken in 1932. The symmetry of the structure and its overlapping imagery is fascinating to me.
    https://scontent-lax3-2.xx.fbcdn.net...53&oe=60B0C1DD

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    I took this photo of the airplane just when it passed through the amazingly empty, cloudless sky...



    What? The bus? Oh it just happened to be right there, I have no choice but to include it in.
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    Tat Wagon
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    Fuji X100F, ACROS B&W and grain mode

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    Ah christof, the essence of eternal elegance

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    another one


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    Quote Originally Posted by christof View Post
    scanning all my color slides is another project of mine (...which probably never will happen)

    ...taking new pictures is much more fun!
    We began that two years ago, finished it this year.
    My other pen is a Montblanc.

    And my other blog is a tumblr!

    My eBooks. Because why not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor Kenshin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by christof View Post
    scanning all my color slides is another project of mine (...which probably never will happen)

    ...taking new pictures is much more fun!
    We began that two years ago, finished it this year.
    I went the other direction. I collated and culled all the slides, bought and restored a Leitz projector (Leica still sells parts!) and lots of used slide trays (they sell for next to nothing). Done. But after looking at them all, I stacked them in the back of a closet and have no urge to get them out again.
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