Landscape 2015

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Thanks Sury.
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The day ended with this pastel sunset.
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Beautiful Wyoming surise and sunset.
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Beautiful, Jeff. I hope your day was half as good between the sunrise and sunset. :D

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bakubo wrote:Thanks, Andy and Sury. I recall that we were driving from Memphis, Tennessee to Austin, Texas in December 1999 and the route we were taking took us about 100 miles from Caddo Lake. I noticed it on the map and had always wanted to visit so we took a big detour to go to it. I think I shot about a roll of slide film there. Last year I scanned some of them. This week I took the raw scans and processed 4 of the Caddo Lake photos and imported them into Lightroom. Here are 3 more. I see that I should work on the color balance a bit on the 4 photos to make them all the same. :lol:
I been in Caddo lake two years ago, but it was the summer time, always wondering how the lake looks in winter. Thank you Henry.

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Valery the last two look like water colors (no pun intended).

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Every time Caddo Lake gets an exposure from the shooters here, it's a pleasure to take the 'trip'. :) Such enchanting combination of trees and water.

Thanks for sharing everyone,

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Now for the less artistic and more mundane (touristy) images. :)
I tried my best to stabilize the camera by resting it on a fence post.
It was late, family was tired and had no patience for my photo taking
shenanigans. :lol:

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Thanks Henry and Sury.
sury wrote:Beautiful, Jeff. I hope your day was half as good between the sunrise and sunset. :D

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Actually I spent a large portion of that time in bed since I'm working between sunset and sunrise this week and not the other way around. :)
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sury wrote:It was late, family was tired and had no patience for my photo taking
shenanigans. :lol:
:D I've been there before, and I'm sure most everyone else here has also.

The first one is my favorite.
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Valery, I love the vertical lines in the 2nd and 3rd photo. The first one with the boat really gives some perspective as it squeezes between the trees.
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Here a couple with M9 and the most expensive 135 prime I know, the f/3.4 APO telyt:
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only 3600 new LOL, and used around 2500.
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Nice shots Charlie. I really like the second one.
Curious to know if that is the most expensive
for that focal length or in absolute terms?

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Here's what it looks like:
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Hi Sury, no just for that FL, and maybe there is another i don't know about which would cost even more for some other mount.

The .95/50 for M is 10,745 USD new haha.

The good news is I'm unlikely to loose much money on the 135 which I found for 2300ish. My most expensive lens is a 1983 75/1.4 Summilux for which I paid over 3K, but it is really something.

Here the 75 WO at f/1.4:
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Valery, nice shots of Caddo Lake in the summer. I didn't see that boat when I was there. In the winter 1999 I didn't see another person the whole time I was there.
aster wrote:Every time Caddo Lake gets an exposure from the shooters here, it's a pleasure to take the 'trip'. :) Such enchanting combination of trees and water.
Yeah, seeing the photos makes me want to go there again someday. :)
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