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Post Options Post Options   Quote brian33 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Yesterday at 15:27
Thank you, Pieter! You're too kind, and indeed that's my trusty 28/2.8 that's been practically glued to the a7 since I bought it from you. I've barely even started exploring my other Rokkor lenses. Probably the 58/1.2 is what I've used the most. Speaking of which, and really another confinement image, or empty city anyway, is a photo of me that Louise took with my a7 and 58/1.2. She'd originally wanted a picture of me back up against the one of the doors at that distant building but they didn't turn out the way she wanted so she snapped this one of me as I walked back to her. I think it's a cool shot.

Me, by Louise

a7 and 58/1.2

Also, I've really been enjoying your documenting confinement in Belgium, seeing how different confinement looks in a less densely populated area, and yet, some of the sentiments are so similar. Like the hanging out of white sheets. In Paris, we clap every evening at our windows, at 8pm, to applaud healthcare workers. Different manifestation, but the thought is the same.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 4 hours 20 minutes ago at 15:12
^^ well seen by Louise, the other person dashing in the background adds a lot to the deserted mood


A few more from my bear hunt

Hi there



Look at this nice ball I've got



Hanging in there



I'm still quarantined


All A7ii + OM Zuiko 85/2
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Dena Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 1 hour 5 minutes ago at 18:27
I will have to find some photos of this subject on one of my rare trips out. Oddly enough, with the exception of planning food shopping trips carefully and avoiding restaurants, my life has changed very little. I work from home in a very rural area and endless photo opportunities without seeing another person. First official case of the virus reported here on Saturday, though I assume it's been here awhile. We still cannot get much testing here. I drove my mother to her heart dr appointment in Little Rock 14 days ago. They were screening everyone who came through the doors, but we are happy to be through the 14 days today, with no effects. Many 'routine' medical appointments are being rescheduled now. I had an appointment with my eye dr today and that has been moved to June 1. I've seen the bear hunt on tv, but not a chance to see it in person yet. I will be looking.
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