Looking Back

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Digging through the archives.
Feel free to share your own.
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Good one, JT. I don't know how far back you want us to go.
Here is one from 2008. A100 with a non Minolta lens.
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As far as you like.
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2008 in Scotland.
Who needs phone booths anymore? They are good to lean on.

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On Sony A100, with mini beer can (35-70f4) and CUL set at the front.

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Thank you for starting the thread, JBTaylor.

From 25 January 2010 : Hagia Sophia - Historical peninsula at night (21:07 hrs)
With Sony DSLR A100

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Canyon Mall - Istanbul - From 15 February 2010; 13:42 hrs
With Sony a100

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Love the Hagia Sophia shot Yildiz. Are those mirrors on the left hand side in the mall photo?

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A100 with Hanimex 135f2.8 Olympus M42 mount with M42 to MA adapter. Circa 2008
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sury wrote: Sun Mar 28, 2021 8:48 am Love the Hagia Sophia shot Yildiz.

Are those mirrors on the left hand side in the mall photo?

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Thank you, Sury; :)

Those are not mirrors but vinyl clear shades to prevent cold winds from accessing the walkways and galleries so that the customers are protected from the direct effects of the weather. It's February and it was a cold day and right after a rain pour that I was there. These vinyl shades are completely removed during warmer months.

Happy to see some A100 shots from you. How time passed! :)

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Wonder if any of you remember this?
After making it and sharing it in the forum, I even asked David Kilpatrick if he would be interested in publishing it in his magazine. And he did! :D Those were some nice days and we used to have so many discussions on so many subjects with so many members... :D
Miss our members and those times so much!

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Nice
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Yildiz,
Now that you mentioned, that one looks vaguely familiar :)
Those were hay days for me for experimenting. This is one is
with a Minolta MD 58f1.4 and MD/MA adopter.

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Excellent contributions Yildiiz.
You are a culinary artist.
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From 2010. I was lucky enough to play one of the most significant gold courses in American history. A weekend that I will never forget.
The Clubhouse
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And from the driving range.
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Nice again! :)
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