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The magnolias are blooming early this year, it's usually subject for my day 100 or 105.

80-1: A bunch in our front garden



80-2: Spherical blossoms on our neighbour's tree



80-3: A stellata in our side garden


All A7ii + Tamron 80-210/3.8-4 adaptal 2
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Emil Busch A.-G. Rathenow Neokino 62.5/80 mm on A7M3.

To break the magnoliamania (indeed, flowering very early this year) first something else.

80.1: Swingtime


80.2: Fungus


But, magnolia is everywhere and great subject matter.

80.3: Magnolia


80.4: Magnolia
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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

@darosa: Third set #6: Wondefull!
Thanks, Paul!
Good to see you back on your feet again so soon!
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A left over from week 9:

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a7riv + Sony Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 2.8/24-70 ZA (A-mount)



And here's my week 10:


1 Sint Blasiushoeve XVIII, Heinkenszand, 18th century




2 Chestnut bud




3 Change of season




4 Decapitated



all with a7rii + Ihagee Anastigmat Exaktar 1:3.5 F = 7.5cm (1936; VP Exakta; rebadged Primotar, made by Meyer)

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Some more with the Exaktar/Primotar:


5 White vs. primary colours




6 Annie M.G. Schmidt 1911-1995




7 Kerkplein, Kapelle, Zuid-Beveland




8 Stairs




9 Lest we forget


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And finally:


1 Spirals




2 Streamline




3 Reeds




4 Reeds



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For Day 78: Trioplan 4.5/f=7.8cm (on A7IV)





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Carl Zeiss Jena 1Q Tessar 2.8/80 T (Exakta, 1951) on A7RM4.

80.5: Stairs inside


80.6: Three wheels


80.7:Watering cans


80.8: Fishin'


80.9: Bottom of the slide


80.10: Oranges


80.11: Magnolia


80.12: Old tree


80.13: Gerard van Remmen, Spelevaren (1968)


80.14: GARDELUXE


80.15: Fences


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Today we started week 13 for focal length of 85 to 92 mm.

A busy week for me, three 85's and two 90's. I look forward to what others can bring in this range
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I started today with a long bicycle ride to and around Antwerp with four primes in my bag. Total tour was 57 km and all four primes were used

Here is the first set


85-1: The Waterbus "zooming by" at high speed



85-2: Rusty pipes and valves of the former refineries that were standing here



85-3: Gasoil tank and a ladder to climb on top


All A7ii + Olympus OM Zuiko 85/2
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And my second lens for the week (also on the bicycle ride yesterday)

90-1: Abandoned scooter



90-2: Plumbing problem



90-3: More rusty pipes


All Leica M246M + Elmar 90/4 (LTM, 1956)
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And the third

85-4: Diverging shadow



85-5: Staircase down to the Kennedy foottunnel under the river Schelde



85-6: Bulldog in Belgian colours


All A7ii + Sony FE 85/1.8
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For the Fruits contest I took my 90mm macro:
Cuddling Pears
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Post Options Post Options   Quote darosa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 March 2024 at 22:32
Lovely staircases Pieter!

Here's my week 12: 3x 80 and 1 x 84


1 Under the weeping beech



2 Whiteout on the Scheldt



3 Stakes



all with a7riv + Minolta V APO Lens 80-240mm 1:4.5(32)-5.6 (1996; Vectis; LA-VE2)
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