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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Posted in separate thread a couple weeks ago but - in the spirit of shameless self-promotion ...

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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats





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    Re: safe haven for tiny formats

    Good watch dogs!

    Great pics!


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    Thanks, Randy!
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    Awhh... Peter. I had a big field dog that would make me pay in guilt for leaving it at home. I just had to leave the house quickly, with little foreshadowing my move and with no looking back or - else - 'that look' would insnare me.

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    Hey, Tuco. Yeah, I had just gotten back from the mid-day dog walk, and I noticed it was beautiful outside, and there was still a few leaves on the trees. I decided to spend a few minutes walking around the neighborhood taking pictures, and that's what I came home to. Do you have any pictures of your dog? Hint, hint
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    Easton Stilt Girl 21mm Rokkor QH XX 2 by Nokton48, on Flickr

    Second Exposure. I yelled out " ONE TWO THREE" and got it just right this time Difficult to catch at the "decisive moment". SRT with mirror lockup engaged, 21mm Rokkor QH Eastman XX 5222 Minolta Yellow filter D23 1:1 This lens has replaced my 19mm Canon RF lens. I think I like it just as well.

    Easton Stilt Girl 21mm Rokkor QH XX by Nokton48, on Flickr


    First Exposure. Difficult to catch at the "decisive moment". SRT with mirror lockup engaged, 21mm Rokkor QH Eastman XX 5222 Minolta Yellow filter D23 1:1 This lens has replaced my 19mm Canon RF lens. I think I like it just as well.​
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    Nikon F80, 28-80mm f3.3-5.6G, Fuji Neopan 400
    Last edited by Roger Thoms; 13-Nov-2021 at 17:46. Reason: Correction of film type

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    Putting my feet up.

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