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Day 10, another bunch of shrooms


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A day (10) on the canal.


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Paddle boarding has become increasingly popular in the past year or three, but this is the fist group I've seen on our very-inland waterway.

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Day 11, another look through the gunpowder rooms of Fort d'Émines


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Day 11, a visit to the silk mill.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote ktrucke Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 October 2020 at 02:27
A full shot of the sandcastle from my day 5 post. Taken with my phone shortly after the tide swamped it. The tallest tower is about 5 and a half feet tall.

and some detail from the other side taken with my challenge gear



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Day 12, three boats on a canal.


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Day 13 out-takes. Same subject, camera and lens as my day's entry, but these with zero tilt and zero shift - ie using the lens as a 24mm prime. Stopped down to f8.0, its IQ is pretty decent.

Charles Robinette Fountain landscape, Malvern Gardens by Joe Lewit, on Flickr

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Day 10



Day 12

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Day 13 - Pedestrian street ...


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Day 14 out-takes - a couple more of the shift perspective corrected Capitol Grand building in Chapel Street, South Yarra. Same camera, lens as the day's entry.

Chapel Street South Yarra by Joe Lewit, on Flickr

A bit of vignetting in the top corners with the shift near its maximum limit, and the 6 blade hexagonal shutter doesn't do flare as nicely as 8 blade circular shutters.
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Day 14 - Gatepost.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 October 2020 at 20:02
Two more from the "kooldries" (day 14)

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Preparing the field nextdoor for next year's crops


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A few more from the outside of fort D'Émines, of the pre WW1 defense ring around Namur


Dry moat, looking to the left (180 degrees from the main shot). At the end the bunker that housed (machine) guns to defend the fort in case enemy soldiers would enter the dry moat.


A close-up look of this bunker



On top of the central fort there's four small infantry exits, where soldiers could exit and attack the enemy from the roof.

It's this little hole in the wall, hopefully the enemy wasn't too close otherwise the soldiers exiting were only good for target practice



And another infantry exit further to the side (next to that a ventilation inlet)


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Day 16 out-take, same camera and lens as my entry but this one taken at f2.8. Greater DOF, busier OOF background.
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