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Burgh Island

Doomsday?
10052017-_DSC0845.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Low tide
10052017-_DSC0906.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

100STF vs BIF
10052017-_DSC0915.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr
AF-C with 100STF, for those who say that the 100STF count keep up

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b.58 'Operation Tiger' Memorial

a99 * Minolta 50 macro D * f/5.6 * 1/500 * ISO 200

Operation Tiger was a rehearsal operation for D-Day, where a large number of US servicemen lost their lives - this tank was recovered from the English Channel, having been sunk for many decades.

b.59 Close up of tracks of recovered Sherman DD Amphibious tank

a99 * Minolta 50 macro D * f/5.6 * 1/60 * ISO 500

b.60 Looking across the bay

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b.61 Twin-masted vessels in Brixham harbour

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b.62 Fisherman and Lighthouse

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b.63 Maffe on the harbour wall

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b.64 Lighthouse

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b.65 Harbour art

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So many wonderful photos, I especially like bigsi's sculpture, Bob J’s windswept tree on Brent Tor, Maffe’s portrait of the reading lady and mgjsmith’s Glastonbury Tor.

Brent Tor
09052017-DSC07840 by Stina Warg, on Flickr

Horse
09052017-DSC07695 by Stina Warg, on Flickr

Pheasant
11052017-DSC08099 by Stina Warg, on Flickr

Swans
07052017-DSC07475 by Stina Warg, on Flickr

Cat
07052017-DSC07517 by Stina Warg, on Flickr

Yoda?
07052017-DSC07527 by Stina Warg, on Flickr


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When there were no Danes Stina stepped into the frame

Wadham Rocks Beach

Houdini
11052017-_DSC1431.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Angle
11052017-DSC02440.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Scenic
11052017-_DSC1469.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Searching
11052017-_DSC1476.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr
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More from Wadham Rocks Beach and Lamside Farm

Fern
11052017-_DSC1455.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Thistle
11052017-_DSC1442.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Flower
11052017-_DSC1428.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Wadham Rocks Beach
11052017-_DSC1415.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr
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Feels like I´m posting for blind eyes here, no comments?
Well here you get some more

Stina and I did a quick stop for lunch in Burnham-on-Sea

Low Tide
12052017-_DSC1518.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Waiting for the sun
12052017-_DSC1511.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr

Texting
12052017-_DSC1505.jpg by Manfred Svärd, on Flickr


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for what it's worth...
such a joy to watch all of this eye candy!
hope you'll keep 'em coming?!!

(and now I feel like I just polluted this beautiful thread )

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Maffe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2017 at 08:55
Originally posted by angora angora wrote:

for what it's worth...
such a joy to watch all of this eye candy!
hope you'll keep 'em coming?!!

(and now I feel like I just polluted this beautiful thread )



Haha, well I was thinking I was the polluter
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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2017 at 09:05
Well, let me comment then, Lovely shots on this page. Bob's harbour art, Stina's Swans and Cats and your low tide are the standouts for me.

The flower shots are nice as well, but oh that bokeh

The reportage on Stina in action is well done, especially "scenic"
Mind the bandwidth of others, don't link pictures larger then 1024 wide or 960 pix high, see here
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Maffe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2017 at 09:21
Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

The reportage on Stina in action is well done, especially "scenic"

Thx, she really enjoy the Tammy180 and the a99, but she has admitted the the a900 is the nicer camera if it was not for LV/FP in the a99.

Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:


The flower shots are nice as well, but oh that bokeh


Smoooooth like butter
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Cool pictures all around folks, makes me wish I was there :)
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mikey2000 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2017 at 10:24
I'm watching! I've not had time to comment on anything lately, never mind a rich and productive thread like this one....

The STF E mount seems to be working rather well. I have a foxglove flower like that in my garden and I never seem to be able to get a decent photo. Your supersaturated pic has the extra edge. I must try the same soon!   Good as the STF pics are, I'm enjoying the big wide B&W landscapes even more.
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    Post Options Post Options   Quote Maffe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2017 at 14:02
    Originally posted by mikey2000 mikey2000 wrote:

    I'm watching! I've not had time to comment on anything lately, never mind a rich and productive thread like this one....

    The STF E mount seems to be working rather well. I have a foxglove flower like that in my garden and I never seem to be able to get a decent photo. Your supersaturated pic has the extra edge. I must try the same soon!   Good as the STF pics are, I'm enjoying the big wide B&W landscapes even more.


    I really do enjoy the 100STF, delivers what I was dreaming that a new STF would do!
    Sorry to say that I have not touched Vibrence/saturation controls
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    Keep em coming! I've been away a while but still have some to add myself..
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